Passing the Fundamentals of Surveying exam is difficult! Only about 50% of first-time takers pass the exam, while about 25% of repeat takers. One of the reasons the pass rate is so low is the variety of topics. There are 13 categories of questions on the current FS exam, and NCEES has just started its 6-year review cycle to create a “new” version of the exam. But if you look closely at the NCEES FS Specifications, you will realize that only a few categories make-up the majority of the exam. Those categories include…sorry, you have to watch the video to find out! Find all of NLC Test Prep's FS Study Materials available at www.NLCPrep.com/fs Want to know all about the Fundamentals of Surveying Exam including format, length, question types, and most commonly tested subjects? How about a few must-know study tips that I wish that I knew before taking my exam? Click the link for a FREE FS Test Tips online course: http://smnr.me/psdiq3 Not sure where to start? Interested in learning about the newest Fundamentals of Surveying Exam? Click here to schedule a FREE 15-Minute chat with Dr. Nettleman: https://bit.ly/2tU3tZY Want access to a treasure trove of articles and videos that explain exactly what YOU need know before taking the Fundamentals of Surveying Exam? Click here to access an exclusive webpage with all the information you need in one place: https://bit.ly/3bAO0Py
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