affiliated with the ARRL/VEC
ARRL the national association for AMATEUR RADIO
Persons planning to take an Amateur Radio license examination should pre-register at least
two weeks before the scheduled exam date. Send email to email@example.com or call Mel,
KH6H, at 250-4591 and leave voice mail, including your email address.
If no one pre-registers, the exam session will be cancelled.
Maui VE (volunteer examiner) sessions begin at 9:00 a.m. at the Maui County Civil Defense
Emergency Operating Center, 200 S. High Street in Wailuku.
Exam dates and location are subject to change.
The 2014 ARRL/VEC exam fee is $15.00. Bring a check or money order made payable to
ARRL/VEC. We are not prepared to handle cash payments.
What to bring:
Please bring two no. 2 pencils, a pen and if desired, a calculator (memory must be cleared).
We will furnish NCVEC Form 605 and scratch paper. In addition, iPhones, iPads, Androids,
smartphones, Blackberry devices and all similar electronic devices with a calculator
capability, may NOT be used.
Candidates must present a legal photo ID. If no photo ID is available, you must present any
two of the following: Social Security card, birth certificate, minor’s work permit, school report
card, school ID, library card, utility bill or bank statement in your name, postmarked envelope
addressed to you at your current mailing address.
If applicable, bring the original and a photocopy of your current Amateur Radio license
and / Or Certificate(s) of Successful Completion, CSCE.
The Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA) requires the FCC to collect a TIN/SSN
from each person doing business with them. All Amateur Radio license and upgrade
applicants must use their Federal Registration Number (FRN), if they have been assigned
one, when completing Form NCVEC 605. Using your FRN also means that you need not
enter your SSN on Form NCVEC 605.
Take your web browser to for info on
registering in FCC’s Commission Registration System and obtaining your FRN.
Special testing assistance or needs must be arranged in advance.
IMPORTANT: As of February 17, 2015, the FCC no longer routinely issues a paper Amateur Radio license document. Licensees can access their official license via the ULS License Manager. You may print an unofficial copy from the FCC’s ULS License Manager or request a paper license from the FCC. or www.wireless2.fcc.gov