National Conference of Volunteer Examiner Coordinators
History of NCVEC
Mission Statement
Question Pool Committee
Amateur Question Pools
2018-2022Technician Class Pool
2019-2023 General Class Pool Release
2016-2020 Extra Class Pool
WithDrawn Questions
FCC Certified VECs
Part 97 Rules
2017 NCVEC 605 Form
Public Domain Release 2019-2023 General Class Pool
January 4, 2019 General Release

January 4, 2019

The NCVEC Question Pool Committee hereby releases into Public Domain, the 2019-2023 FCC Element 3 General Class Question Pool to be Effective July 1, 2019 for examinations in the Amateur Radio Service.

The 2019-2023 General Class Question Pool requires 1 Diagram - Figure G7-1, also released as part of the Question Pool. THE CORRECT DIAGRAM REVISED AS OF January 6,2019


2019-2023 General Class Question Pool.docx

2019-2023 General Class Question Pool.txt

2019-2023 General Class Question Pool.pdf


Required Graphic for Examination

CORRECTED DIAGRAM 1-6-2019 G7-1.pdf

CORRECTED DIAGRAM 1-6-2019 G7-1.jpg


VEC Members of the NCVEC 2018-2019 Question Pool Committee:

Chairman - Rol Anders, K3RA - Anchorage VEC

Ralph Roberts, W5VE - WCARS VEC

Maria Somma, AB1FM - ARRLVEC

Larry Pollock, NB5X - W5YI VEC

QPC Email:




The Question Pool Committee would like to remind the public that users of question pool documents are free to correct minor typographical or punctuation errors including minor omissions of same. Such corrections must not cause a change in the meaning of a question or any of the proposed answers to the questions. The FCC CFR 47 Part 97 Rules & Regulation citations contained in the pool are not part of the actual examination, but are included as a reference to the applicable section of the rules supporting the correct answer to the question. Any errors or future change to the FCC Part 97 Rules & Regulations that may cause a change in the citations are not considered an adequate reason for removal of a question from the pool, unless the rule change causes the question and/or the correct answer to become invalid.





Return to NCVEC Home
    © 2019 NCVEC •