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AASHTO re:source's Proficiency Sample Program: A Visual Approach

By Kimberly Swanson, Communications Manager

Posted: November 2012

Ever wonder what is actually behind the all of the AASHTO re:source proficiency samples you receive? How long it takes to process them, or where samples are shipped? Previous articles on this topic include: "Not Just a Box of Rocks: An Introduction to the AMRL Proficiency Sample Program," "Proficiency Sample Ratings: Being Average Has Never Been So Good," and "Getting the Most Out of the Proficiency Sample Program: A Guide to Our Online Features and Tools." These articles can give you a great understanding of the program, but they only tell you what you need to know. Check out this infographic for a visual representation of our proficiency sample program.

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  1. Kimberly Swanson | Jan 22, 2018
    Soil Classification and Compactions samples only have 1 bag of material when shipped. 
  2. mohd azzam | Jan 17, 2018
    why we have got two bags in the box ( soil classification and compaction ) ? 

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