Getting ready to take your ham radio exam? Elmer will help you study for your amateur radio exams, and improve your chances of passing.
Elmer covers all elements, and prepares actual sample exams. Each exam is graded, and you get to see which questions you missed, and the correct answer. After you've practiced using Elmer, you'll be all set to take your written exam.
Each test is prepared from the exact same question pool as is used to generate the real ham exam you'll end up taking. Each section of the prepared exam includes exactly the same number of questions as does a real amateur exam. So once you master the sample exams prepared by Elmer, you'll be assured of passing your written exam.
Elmer also keeps track of each question you correctly and incorrectly answer, and focuses on those questions you've missed when preparing new practice exams. This let's you concentrate on the questions you need additional practice with, allowing you to master the questions more quickly.
Buy your copy of Elmer now, and starting getting prepared to pass your written ham radio exam today.
Updates for iOS 10.
64 Bit Application.
Ratings and Reviews
Not user-friendly at all.
This app does not allow you to access the questions by subelement and group. It just presents all 737 in one lump. Want to see the questions in group E3A? You have to press Next 154 times to get to that group of questions.
The Figures are not linked to the questions, so you need to find the figure on your own. I have not quite figured out how to move from figure to figure -- it seems to need a swipe motion near the bottom of the screen. Sometimes a double-tap works. Also, the images are stretched to fit the screen, which distorts them a bit. You cannot zoom the images.
I can say something positive about the Exam mode in that you can just tap on the answer to select it.
The Statistics screen shows you your right/wrong answer counts for each question (yes, 737 are listed there), but if you tap on a question, it does not take you to that question -- you need to manually move through the question pool as noted above. There is a bug on that screen which hides E1A01 under the toolbar (a scroll-down gesture will let you see it).
There are better apps for studying for study for HAM exams (some are free). Search for "Amateur Radio" to find them.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.