Student Land Surveyors UNITE! This hub is for surveying in schools and student surveyor support on Land Surveyors United. Join this group to share resources and tips for students of land surveying. In this Hub for Young Surveyors you can ask questions to both your fellow student surveyors as well as Educators inside the Land Surveyors United Community. Start a Discussion and Introduce yourself.
Tell us what you are learning and keep an on-going log of everything you learned!
Things You Can Do in Student Surveyors Hub:
- Share and Compare Class Notes
- Record and Stream Classroom Sessions
- Discuss What Other Students are Learning around the world
- Share Photos from Surveying Class
- Collaborate on Projects
- The Sky is the Limit!
Professors will soon have the ability to host and administer their entire classroom inside a hub of their own. Stay tuned!
Any student with a HP 35s needs to view my discussion, on The little big calculator that calculated i think i can, IF you do not have one , you can download a emulator to learn on. This is the world's most powerful hand held calculator made today and the last RPN logic or programming in service. I also have other discussion on this calculator.
Hi every one , Most of my calculator discussions may have needed to be in here.Calculators are most important tool they will need in the next years of their life. Because this is the only way to take a Exam Test for License to be a surveyor in the US.
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i'm an undergrad student of civil engineering last 2008.. then i work as a surveyor from 2009 to present... last july-oct. i go back to school while working in the provincial's office of our area..
-my advice is you must be loyal and dedicated with your work, you must also an observant in every aspects in surveying works.. now i'm the transit man and the record man of the survey team.. tnx to my dedication, and the advice of my mentors. especially my father and my grand father,, they are also an undergrad student in civil but they area competitive just the way the licensed surveyors do in our area.. ^_^