I need to cram the last bits for my exam - I don't know my competence level precisely, but I've passed the US B-license tests a bunch of times. Problem is I'm in Denmark - how should I cram for this so I'm not caught by some EU specific regulation?
Able to consistently pass the US B license test; what more is needed for a Danish amateur radio license?
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$\begingroup$ Where in the EU are you? Europe's CEPT has unified syllabus for some of the classes, but it's up to CEPT countries to use it or not to use it. Furthermore, not all EU countries use the CEPT/ECO 3-class model and in 3-class countries not all classes match CEPT recommendations. Furthermore, to which US B-license tests are you referring to? $\endgroup$– AndrejaKoSep 4, 2016 at 16:57
2$\begingroup$ Those supplied by hamstudy.org . I'm in DK - thanks for your answer $\endgroup$– user400344Sep 4, 2016 at 17:01
2$\begingroup$ Well hello there neighbor! I'm in the north of Germany! It might be a good idea to actually put that information in your question itself, perhaps even in the title. Also did you contact for example EDR about this? In some countries, there are public question pools, in other countries there aren't. In some countries, there are published study guides, in others, there aren't. Now, my Danish isn't very good, but from what I could figure out, your B-level license is EU's CEPT Novice class. $\endgroup$– AndrejaKoSep 4, 2016 at 17:14
$\begingroup$ So for some very general info, you should take a look at ERC Report 32. Let's hope someone else might give more useful info. $\endgroup$– AndrejaKoSep 4, 2016 at 17:16
$\begingroup$ Yes, I am a member, but my mentor drove his bicycle into a streetlight and is in a coma. I'll look at CEPT Novice requirements. $\endgroup$– user400344Sep 4, 2016 at 17:17
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