Yea it takes a lot of studying, but you can bring as many notes as you want...Road Scholar is so hard!!!! (
You can study with the basic map terms and by practicing.How exactly can you study for Roads? :\
Well, what maps do you have?Are there any practice tests for which I don't have to buy extra maps?
Sometimes you can get a topographic map for free, but you have to print it and tape it together.Are there any practice tests for which I don't have to buy extra maps?
My partner and I have our binder full of information and examples with extra tools. Our team carries zip-loc baggies with all of the stuff we need at our competition which is where we keep our tools and never forget string.I prefer a binder, knowing where all my materials are and having only what I need. I can also contain all of my tools in a binder and wont have any problems carrying stuff around.
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