This video covers the presenter's Top 10 Tips (with several sub-tips) for applicants for the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) exam, Principles and Practice of Surveying (PS) Exam as well as the state-specific or jurisdictional exams given in the U.S. states and possessions. It updates an earlier course on Tips for taking the licensing exam to reflect that NCEES now offers the FS and PS exams only as computer-based tests (CBT) and that both exams are now closed book. State-specific exams vary as to these details. Viewers wishing the PDF of the PowerPoint slides may go to the GeoLearn website (see below), register, and enroll in the free course. You do not need to view the course again to download the PDF. http://www.Geo-Learn.com GeoLearn is an online education company founded in 2013 by leaders in the geospatial industry and exists to serve professionals in the surveying, mapping, GIS and related communities with interactive online videos designed to be engaging and immersive. GeoLearn offers professional development courses that are taught by acknowledged experts and have been approved for Professional Development Hours (PDHs) by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and are accepted as continuing education credit by most licensing boards and accrediting organizations. As users, customers get full course tracking and reporting capabilities. GeoLearn also supports tracking of education taken via other educational outlets.
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