Hence my qualification of “at the beginning at least”, because the actual best way to learn involves hands-on experience, which is a lot harder to do without a license in hand.
Bonus points for Harbor Freight DVM.
Ya know, I'd love to hear the "ultimately never Pushes To Talk" rate for each book, online drill site, and class.True enough, but for many the learning comes from doing and getting excited about the topic. And if they lose the interest the theory doesn't really matter anymore.
And yet for each of those License Manuals,Honestly though using the test regimen to learn stuff beyond basics (like band allocations, basic rules, etc) is a waste of time, I tell people to pass and then invest time in learning what suits their needs.
I learned 1-2 things I'd wondered about for decades,
and had never seen explained anywhere else before (or since).