Foundation Exam 03-12-2015

Indicative Passes

Five students who had studied with us for their Foundation Exam, sat their exam on 3 December 2015 with the South Bristol Amateur Radio Club.

Indicative marks indicate that 4 out of the 5 should have passed with unofficial scores in excess of 20 correct answers.

The paperwork has been posted back to the RSGB for official optical marking but we fully expect our unofficial indicative results to be upheld.

We look forward to welcoming their new M6 callsigns on air in a couple of weeks.


Ian’s Callsign

Ian has the new callsign M6IGH (dah-dah dah-di-di-di-dit di-dit dah-dah-dit di-di-di-dit). If you hear him on air please take the time to have a QSO and welcome him to the bands.


Gaive’s Callsign

Gaive has the new callsign M6HNK (dah-dah dah-di-di-di-dit di-di-di-dit dah-dit dah-di-dah). If you hear him on air please take the time to have a QSO and welcome him to the bands.


John’s Callsign

John has the new callsign M6GTT (dah-dah dah-di-di-di-dit dah-dah-dit dah dah). If you hear him on air please take the time to have a QSO and welcome him to the bands. Apparently he had some 50 prepared 3 letter groupings and found each of these had been taken. Here’s hoping he has more luck when applying for his Intermediate Callsign!


The Other Ian’s Callsign

The other Ian has the new callsign M6FZM (dah-dah dah-di-di-di-dit di-di-dah-dit dah-dah-di-dit dah-dah). If you hear him on air please take the time to have a QSO and welcome him to the bands.

About Andy (G7KNA) 75 Articles
BEng CEng MICE. Chartered Civil Engineer and Licensed Radio Ham (G7KNA). Member of South Bristol Amateur Radio Club since 2005 and Secretary since 2010. I am a registered RSGB Assessor for Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Exams. Away from the club and work I play with computers and related gadgets exploring Open Source software and when necessary bodge the odd DIY project.