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VE Manual : 5.7 Preparing your own written examinations
When making your own written exams you must select exactly the number of questions from each sub-element letter as specified in current question pool.

Example, to prepare a General Class written examination, you would use the Element 3 question pool to select questions from the pool according to the number of questions specified in the pool. When you are done you should have a test containing 35 of the 385 possible Element 3 questions.

All questions and multiple choices are required to be taken verbatim from the question pools. You may not concentrate on one topic at the expense of another.

FCC Rules, (§Part 97, Subpart F) requires that regardless of the origination of the written exam: §Part 97.509

• Test designs must be held in confidence against disclosure

• No examination which has been compromised shall be administered to any candidate

• The exam must contain question designs not known to the applicant

• No question set may be administered to any examinee more than once. Records must be kept to preclude an applicant from being readministered the same examination at your test sessions.

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