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Probably a high school Geometry or Trig text book or one of those little pocket references that has all the formulas for finding angles, areas.... the saturday test is a bunch of fairly quick little problems, not like doing a closed traverse (you might have to fill in maybe 2 numbers, not the whole thing).

But scott is correct, ppi2pass has books specific to the sat exam. There is another company, I think called Engineering Press or something, and they had a yellow book that I remember was pretty good.

-g

On Jan 30, 2008 9:22 AM, Scott Maxwell <smaxwell(--nospam--at)umich.edu> wrote:
I found several publication from www.ppi2pass.com to be useful.  They had a book of 120 problems that were solved, a sample exam book, and a surverying principles/review book.  All are aimed at the CA surveying exam.
 
Regards,
 
Scott
Adrian, MI
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Subject: CA Special Surveying Exam Suggested References

The title pretty much states it.  I'm hoping the California engineers or rather anyone registered in California chime in with their suggestions.
I've heard the Practice Exam Book by Reza Mahallati is a good choice.  Your suggestions and reviews would be appreciated.
 
 



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