I've just received a phone call from my friend Michael Nolan in Kilkenny who has passed his amateur radio test at last. Well done Michael.
He scored 63% in Section A, 73% in Section B and 60% in Section C, with a 60% mark required in each section to pass.
Michael is proof of the old mantra that - "if at first you don't succeed, try, try again". He sat and failed the test in June 2009 and again in October 2009. But he was determined to get there and was one of just nine candidates to sit the test a couple of weeks ago in the Comreg offices in Dublin.
Well done again Michael. I look forward to hearing what your new callsign is (I'm guessing it will be EI9G something B, possibly EI9GAB or EI9GBB or EI9GCB) and also I'm very much looking forward to working you on 80 metres!
Have a drink on me!
thanks for the kind words anthony,looking forward to a nice drink tonite while i do a bit of swl.safe in the knowledge that in a few weeks time my swl days will be over,73s mick EI9g??ReplyDelete
Also from myself a very big congratulations to you and look forward to putting you in the log very soon..ReplyDelete
thanks EI4DIB tony,look forward to the qso cheers mick.ReplyDelete
congrats mick looking forward to hearing you on the bands. gerry ei5kcReplyDelete
well hello gerry long time no hear my good friend,i finally jumped clear of the last hurdle.ReplyDelete
and may i say thank you for all your help in the past its not forgotten.
you can only imagine the delight when i opened the envelope here,i was over the moon.
well its offical i,m now a licensed radio amateur.hope to catch you on the air very soon and i,ll let you know my callsign when i get it 73s mick.