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    I have taken several written exams and usually do pretty well (90-95%, usually top 10-15%). There have been a few that I have gotten around 85% which is only top 20-25% range. The tests that I have done worse on have a section that shows floor plans and then a picture of the house. You then have to choose the correct picture that correlates with the correct floor plan. Just wondering if you guys have any tips or strategies to read blue prints/floor plans as I seem to struggle with this. Thanks to all who reply

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    Take a fire science building const class

    Find a plan reviewer and have them give you tips

    Not sure what you have to match up
    Look for where door is located , windows and than match it to the correct answer


    http://www.fireserviceslt.com/files/...ts_Unit_13.ppt

    http://www.viewroyalfire.com/linked/chapter%2004-ii.ppt


    Also learn symbols even though they are not universal

    Blueprint - The Meaning of Symbols | Construction 53

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