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San Bernardino appraiser exam

Mjames42

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Hello, I need help. I was invited to take the appraiser trainee exam for San Bernardino County. The exam only covers real estate appraiser math. Is this the same as real estate math?
 

glenn walker

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A background in Quantum Physics would be helpful but if you passed high school basic math-and Algebra-1 you should sleep walk through it- Just kiddingI have no idea- I think "CAN" one of our forumites took one of the San Bernardino tests a few years ago - You may want to send him a private message and see what he says .
 
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Mjames42

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A background in Quantum Physics would be helpful but if you passed high school basic math-and Algebra-1 you should sleep walk through it- Just kiddingI have no idea- I think "CAN" one of our forumites took one of the San Bernardino tests a few years ago - You may want to send him a private message and see what he says .


Well, I get to take the exam at home online. YaY.
 

CANative

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Go here and dowload AH 501.

Learn the functions of 1, how to calculate a capitalization rate, GRMs, how many sf in an acre, how many acres in a section, how to calculate sf in a given area (say a 20 x 30 foot building), etc.

 

Mjames42

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Go here and dowload AH 501.

Learn the functions of 1, how to calculate a capitalization rate, GRMs, how many sf in an acre, how many acres in a section, how to calculate sf in a given area (say a 20 x 30 foot building), etc.




We get to take the exam at home. Thank you, @CANative (y)
 

CANative

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"Go here" = click the link... lol

I took the SB tests several years ago but decided not to proceed to an actual position with the County.
 
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