Product Description Here's a refreshing new All Ham And No Spam® approach to passing the General Class test. The test is multiple choice and the other study guides take you through the 452 possible questions including all four answers for each question. But, three of the four answers are WRONG! You are reading 1,356 wrong answers and that is both confusing and frustrating. The Easy Way is a concise explanation of every question and answer with only the right answers. There are also hints and cheats that help you remember. Which would you rather study: right answers or over 250 pages with three-quarters of the answers wrong? Don't slog through all those wrong answers. Do it The Easy Way. From the Author The General Class license is entry to the short-wave amateur radio bands. It confers privileges to operate on frequencies that support world-wide propagation. The material looks intimidating, but you don't need to be an electrical engineer or mathwhiz. You can pass with the right approach. First, don't be confused and frustrated studying wrong answers. What is the point of that? I found study very difficult with wrong answers outnumbering correct answers 3 to 1. Second, focus on what you need to know. Ham radio is a journey of discovery and you have the rest of your life to explore. Third, many of the questions call for a memorized answer. The Easy Way gives hints and tricks to help recall the correct response. You can do this! Dig in and join us on the airwaves. I hope to hear you soon. 73/DX Buck, K4IA About the Author The Christmas gift of a short-wave radio kit introduced Buck to the magic of hearing signals from around the world. He earned his first Ham license in the mid-sixties as a teenager, but then school, family,and a legal career eclipsed Ham Radio. After a thirty-year absence, he became active again to prepare for Y2K. The dreaded apocalypse didn't happen but the magic of radio was still there. Today, Buck holds an Amateur Extra Class License and is an active instructor and Volunteer Examiner. The Rappahannock Valley AmateurRadio Club named him Elmer (trainer) of the Year three times. He enjoys chasing DX and is on the DXCC Honor Roll for contacting most of the world's countries. His favorite operating mode is Morse Code.