I feel like I've seen this question asked before, but I'm not sure what you mean by which one is more accurate. They're various symbols (for control station marks, spot elevations, and benchmarks) that give exact elevation on a topographic map. A quick google search gives: http://mapserver.mytopo.com/mapserver/t ... _Data.html, various important symbols (https://engineering.purdue.edu/~asm215/ ... osurv.html was another one, but it doesn't give the symbols). That help?Can someone explain survey control marks to me? I just need to know which one is more accurate, and that stuff.
I don't know if this applies only to me or not, but when I first started up, I felt as though I knew what all the material was, yet still knew nothing about the event at all. You need to do at least one or two practice tests, because knowing the vocabulary is one thing and knowing how to apply it is another thing. While it could happen, not many proctors will just make up a test of vocabulary. Knowing what azimuths and bearings are and finding the azimuth or bearing between two locations have a difference.Are you guys going over all previous practice exams? This is our first year doing it, just wonder how much of an effort is required. So far, we've put in an hour a week for two months now. We can finish the manual and the topics, but won't be able to do all the practice tests because we don't have the maps.
Well, during a week you feel like doing a practice test, I suggest you just spend the whole night doing tests, that way you can do at least 2 or 3 tests. Also, when finding tests to do, I suggest buying packets online. This way you'll get not only the test, but also the maps required to take the test as well.Thanks. Doing some practice exam makes sense. Just feel that we don't have as much time to do a lot.
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