If you are trying to obtain a radio license and need to practice for your examination, you might benefit from using an application that simplifies the process and simulates an actual test.

Elmer is a lightweight and easy-to-use program, designed to help you practice for your amateur radio exam. It provides an extensive pool of questions, suitable for the technician, general and extra class levels.

After launching the application, you need to select your preferred exam type, depending on the license level you are preparing for. These are split into three categories: technician, general and extra.

Then, you need to answer every question to the best of your ability. When you have finished a test, you can have the application grade it, informing you whether or not you have passed. Afterward, you can review the answers and see which of them were incorrect.

Certain questions require you to access one or more associated figures. These are opened in a separate window upon launching an exam and can be accessed at any time.

They are also included in a PDF file found the program's installation directory, should you need to review them without launching the application.

You can view a history of the tests you have taken, displaying the amount of correct and incorrect answers.

It is also possible to view a list of all the questions in a particular pool, to determine how many times you have answered them correctly or incorrectly. You can also open individual questions, to learn the right answer for each of them.

To conclude, if you are looking for a way to study for your amateur radio exams, you should try Elmer. It is an easy-to-use application that offers a wide array of questions, suitable for various classes, and can grade your results.