Welcome to HamTests
For nearly 10 years, HamTests has provided a free range of resources that will help you prepare for your Amateur Radio exam. HamTests supports all levels with practice exams & some training lessons for Foundation, Intermediate and Advance Licences in UK.
We aim to help you build your confidence & knowledge of the exam syllabus to get you familiar with the testing process, so that when it comes to sitting the real radio amateur exam you should be successful.
It's advisable to supplement your online training with the RSGB official study books and courses available (for the UK practical elements) from local amateur radio clubs & societies.
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Just a quick reminder that Hamtests is not closing, nor moving to new severs or owners.
Paul M0TZO is currently sole Admin, and he's building a small team to update Hamtests.
We wish to thank Peter 2M0SQL for the help over the years from founding the site with me, but his health must come first.
It is also hoped that we will be returning the American Questions as well, and as the questions pool's are available, this may happen quite soon.
Please message Paul if you wish to volunteer some time regularly to help update the site.
We used to post every mile stone we've reached, but got out of the habit recently
Well I'm am happy to report we've recently broken 21,000 registered members.
It's with great sadness to announce that on the 1st of September HamTests.co.uk will be closing, Paul (M0TZO) & Peter (2M0SQL) have been running the service for over 10+ years supporting over 20,000 users develop their skills within amateur radio.
We would like to thank everyone for their support over the years and wish everyone well within the hobby, we might even hear you on the bands for a chat.
If you have any questions about the news you can contact us in the usual way.
(Edited by Paul - original submission Saturday, 1 July 2017, 6:34 PM)
I can finally reveal that after a lengthy chat with Peter, we've decided that people want to save the site and have come up with a new plan.
Peter will step away from day to day admin of site, but will still sort any issues with technical issues.
Paul will be be gathering and working with a team of Volunteers. There have been many people offering various types of assistance, so we will gather those interested in helping and working to get site up to date.
More info will follow soon, as we have started testing a platform for volunteers.