Obtaining your Amateur Radio license is a fairly straight forward process.
The Technician License is the entry level license and is all you need to get “on the air” with Amateur Radio. The exam is comprised of 35 multiple choice questions of which you may miss 9 questions (26 answered correctly or 74% correct). The questions are drawn from a pool of 425 questions that are changed every few years. The complete set of questions and answers is available to study.
One of the best resources for Amateur Radio information is the ARRL (Amateur Radio Relay League) which is the United States’ Amateur Radio support and lobby organization. The ARRL site is a wealth of information.
Specifically, here are some great links to get you started on your licensing journey:
You can also “Google” Amateur Radio Technician License and come up with an extensive list of resources.