I also did Remote Sensing at Nationals last year; the test is very well written, it entirely follows the rules. It was run simply as a sit down test, although it could be broken up into stations. It has some basics, but mostly application.To reiterate what Chalker said, yes, the test follows the rules. I would have thrown a fit if it didn't.Did anyone have this event at Nationals last year? If so, how was the test? How was it set up, did it follow the event rule sheet, etc.?
The test was great, I thought (Disclaimer: I got 6th last year.). It was mostly imagery, with one or two sections of basic MC questions, but it covered everything about RS, and I appreciate a test like that. What threw me were the questions on sensors that I really did not study, but thankfully had some information on my note sheet. You should see if your coach has a CD containing the Nats test from last year if you really want to examine it yourself. It's also available on the Soinc Store here.
No. Could you post what type of digital image processing questions you have come across?Has anyone see any digital image processing questions on the tests?
Yes; the imagery questions are pretty much identification as you so defined, although there are questions that get more complicated.I'll probably get that CD - thanks for telling me about it! :]
Was the imagery questions essentially identification? i.e. what does X part of this picture represent, what causes it, etc.?
My state's exam didn't follow the rules at all, so that's why I asked. xD
Now a question of my own:
Just out of curiosity, what particular satellites and sensors have come up on the tests that you guys have taken so far?