Seismic Principles Practice Exams for the California Civil Seismic Exam

Seismic Principles Practice Examsfor the California Civil Engineer Examination Fifth Edition    Seismic Principles Practice Exams provides comprehensive practice for the California Civil Seismic Principles exam. This book contains two realistic, full-length exams, each with 55 multiple-choice problems. All exam topics are covered, from basic seismology through applications of codes and standards. Step-by-step solutions to quantitative

Seismic Principles Practice Exams
for the California Civil Engineer Examination
Fifth Edition    

Seismic Principles Practice Exams provides comprehensive practice for the California Civil Seismic Principles exam. This book contains two realistic, full-length exams, each with 55 multiple-choice problems. All exam topics are covered, from basic seismology through applications of codes and standards. Step-by-step solutions to quantitative problems illustrate efficient problem-solving approaches. Qualitative solutions explain the correct answers and present related supportive information. Answer keys to both exams are included.

This book can be used at the beginning of your exam preparation to assess familiarity with exam topics and to identify topics needing further review. You can also use this book at the end of your exam preparation to evaluate your preparedness and identify necessary references. Regardless of the way you use this book, Seismic Principles Practice Exams will be an essential part of your exam preparation.

With Seismic Principles Practice Exams, you will
familiarize yourself with the exam’s topicsidentify accurate problem-solving approachesnavigate through the codes and standardssolve problems quickly and confidently
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