Glen Zook gzook at YAHOO.COM
Thu Jul 21 11:50:18 EDT 2005

All of the VEs in this area (Dallas, Texas) that I
know of have started looking for "perfect copy" (25
letters in a row or equivalent) before administering
the written test instead of the other way around. 
Virtually everyone that passes does so on "perfect
copy".  The VEs have said that less than a "handful"
of persons have passed the written examination without
having at least 25 letters in a row.

If "perfect copy" is not achieved many of the
questions cannot be answered correctly (like call
signs, locations, names, etc.).  Therefore, to save
time, the VEs look for "perfect copy" first.

Glen, K9STH

--- Bill Fuqua <wlfuqu00 at UKY.EDU> wrote:

The code test is the only test that does not have the
questions and answers published so that  anyone can
memorize them.  How ever it is still  multiple choice.
 The answers are  A or B or C or D.............or T or
U or V or W or X or Y or Z  and numbers etc.

Glen, K9STH

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