This course is a "live online" course (online sessions with a live instructor) with a "ProctorFree" exam. You will need a built-in or external webcam, a quiet/private environment, and a reliable internet connection.
Also required is a photo I.D., calculator, and scratch paper. You will be asked to show these items at the start of your exam.
The dates of this class are June 6, 7, and 8, 2022 and the sessions are from 9AM CDT to 6PM Central.
The AAS Case Study Review Workshop will cover topics from the various required courses for the AAS Designation. Topics will include: Assessment administration (budgeting and planning), The three approaches to value (cost, sales comparison, and income), The economic principles of appraisal, Highest & Best Use, Time & physical characteristic adjustments, Aspects of appraisal accuracy (levels of appraisal and uniformity), Calculations of statistical items such as the median, mean, coefficient of dispersion (COD), and standard deviation, Tax policy issues, Uniform Standards of Professional Appraisal Practice. During the final four hours of the workshop, the students will take a practice case study followed by approximately one-hour of reviewing the case study solutions. The practice case study has fifty questions and approximately 14 pages of background information. There is no graded exam.