The question pools for all exams are publicly available on the NCVEC <Click Here>
There are several exam prep books online and available
If you prefer Audiobooks , you can create a free trial on Audible and download the Fast Track to Your Technician license. (Free with Trial) <Click Here>
An Excellent YouTube series for Technician Prep is available and free from the Ham Radio Crash Course Here:
Online Study: Hamstudy.org (Free)
A good way to study is with the hamstudy.org application. You can install the application on a phone or tablet, or you can use it on-line. So, if you don’t want to pay the $4 for the application, you can just access it through a browser from any device. The paid application allows you to study even if you’re not connected to the Internet. If you access ham study with a browser, it’s always free, but you do need to Register with your email address for it to keep track of your progress.
In either case, you should create an account by “Registering” on hamstudy.org to keep track of your progress.
Once you’ve Registered for your account:
• Login to hamstudy.org using your username and password.
• Choose the Technician exam by clicking on Technician (Starting Jul 1, 2022):
• Click on Study Mode:
• Use the drop-down option in the top bar to change from All Questions to just T1
• Click on T1.
• Go through each question in T1, until you’ve Seen 100% of the questions.
• Go to the next Sub element (T2) when your aptitude is at 85% or more.
• Continue doing this with each sub element.
• Do not skip sub elements.
• Do not take practice exams until you’ve Seen 100% of each sub element and your Aptitude is 85% or more in each sub element.
• The bar graph on the right will display your Seen and Aptitude.
There’s an explanation of the answer when you’re in Study Mode. Just click on I don’t know. The reason for I don’t know instead of guessing is the app is designed to give you questions more frequently if you select, I don’t know instead of getting it wrong.
Once you are done studying for Technician, you can do the same for General and Extra. Substitute the appropriate element you are studying.
*All credit for this method goes to Norm, K6YXH