You correctly answered 27 out of 35 questions for 77.1%.
Congratulations! You passed this practice exam! Contact your local VEC to take the real test.
While visiting Eham.net I accidentally ran into the page with current Amateur Exams. Technician Class seemed the best way to start. If I understand the rules correctly, you must start as a Technician – you can’t skip levels.
I passed, but my score is low. The weak part was clearly answering questions on local US rules and regulations, of which I have hardly any knowledge. I gambled here and there, assuming things would be similar to the rules here. Well, sometimes they are, sometimes they are not. I also had to peek into an English-Dutch dictionary now and then, as some words were completely new to me.
Maybe, maybe not. I can’t do such an exam and apply for a US call sign. However, because of this blog I run into a lot of unlicensed users, and more than one claimed that the exams in the USA are too difficult. I now know they’re wrong. Everyone can memorize a few rules and regulations, and Ohm’s law isn’t that hard either. If I can do it, in spite of a language barrier, everyone can do it. Or am I too harsh?