Surveying FS

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Dynamic Path presents 200 review questions for the Fundamentals of Surveying (FS) Exam, administered by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES).

This module contains professionally-written multiple-choice review questions with detailed, helpful explanations. Learn at your own pace in Study Mode, or give yourself a timed quiz in Test Mode.

Topics covered include:
– Mathematics 
– Basic Sciences 
– Geodesy, Survey Astronomy, and Geodetic Survey Calculation 
– Computer Operations & Programming 
– Written Communication 
– Law & business 
– Data Acquisition & Reduction 
– Graphical Communication & Mapping 
– Plane Survey Calculation 
– Geographic Information System Concepts 
– Land Development Principles 

Dynamic Path is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by NCEES or any other official agency.


There are 110 questions on the Surveying FS exam.

The Surveying FS exam is 6 hours long.

The passing score for the Surveying FS exam is not disclosed, it is solely pass/fail.

Passing the Surveying FS exam grants the test taker Surveying FS certification.

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