Off the top of my head they're not fully similar at all. I haven't done Road Scholar, but there seems to be more emphasis on topo maps, highway maps, and UTM. UTM and topo maps come up in Geomaps, but it involves far more about structural geology, analyzing cross-sections, and understanding how (as the name would suggest) maps are used in geology. Quite a few questions won't be similar...for example, you've likely never or should never encounter a three point problem in Road Scholar. Yet it is a relatively common problem in Geomaps.I've done road scholar (not well lol) How similar are these two events? What carries over, and what new things do I have to learn?
Do you possibly have an answer key to this test?We (I'm his partner) were wondering how one finds the geologic feature (antiform/synform) given only the dip symbol (the t-shape thing with a number by it). For example, how does one do 12A on this test:http://www.soinc.org/sites/default/file ... 20Exam.pdf
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