AyanHein

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About AyanHein

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  1. I passed 8 hours on my 1st try. I took on demand EET's breadth and PM transportation. I thought EET structural portion wasn't good enough while the rest of AM subjects were excellent. I felt April 2017 exam morning doesn't represent EET breadth directly. However, EET pm transportation was spot on. Samir was an excellent teacher. His binder covers 70% to 80% of the exam. The rest were just look up from reference books. I felt more confident in pm portion than am. I used EET 2 binders, CERM and neces old and new practice exams. Don't give up. More than half of my coworkers failed the 8 hours this term. Study hard on your weak subjects and good luck!
  2. I took on demand class for both breadth and PM transportation. AM portion was more on general civil engineering knowledge. EET breadth class was great but structural portion was the weakest out of all. EET Transportation review class (taught by Samir) was right on spot. EET's Transportation binder covers 70%-80%. The rest are just look up things on reference books. I passed on my first try. I know the feeling. Don't give up.
  3. Did you take EET review class for seismic?
  4. ^ Plus one. For me, AM portion was more on general civil engineering knowledge. EET breadth was great, but EET Transportation review class (taught by Samir) was right on spot. EET's Transportation binder covers 70%-80%. The rest are just look up things on reference books. I highly recommend EET for those who is hesitating which review classes to take. I was choosing between School of PE vs EET and i decided to take EET and the best decision ever!
  5. PASSED! I thought i would be on very thin mergin either pass or fail because i guessed 8 questions in Transportation Afternoon. What a big relief!
  6. Thanks for your prompt reply. This map factor should be easy but i keep getting confused with converting. You are right. I thought 1:2000 is the same as 1" = 2000' which differ my answer. Now i got 'B' Appreciate for your help.
  7. I got C, A, B ... i'm sorry but problem #2, i keep getting 1:400 answer which is 'A' ... how did you all get answer 'B' .. I used this formula, Scale Factor = reproduced scale / original scale ; 5 = (1/x) / (1/2000) ; x = 400 maybe you can help me Mr. @ptatohed. Appreciate your help.
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  9. Just got the email from board with my ID number to schedule this morning. You might want to check with it board ASAP because seats are filling up very quick.
  10. @blybrook PE thank you for suggestion. May I know which edition you are referring to? He has 2nd and 3rd edition (latest) on foundation design.
  11. Hi All, I'm looking for a great design book for foundation/footing designs. My work requires me to design footing, foundation and retaining walls occasionally, and I need a good book that I can learn both soil and structural mechanic to refer some good examples to design. Your suggestions are appreciated. Thank you in advance.
  12. Hi All, I'm taking EET Breadth Spring 2017 On-Demand class. In video, i saw the link that was posted to join study group on Breadth Live Class but when i tried to join, it says invite only. So if any of you can please invite me to join study group, please PM me or let me know here. I'll provide my gmail. Thank you very much.
  13. Correct. 10 questions won't be counted toward final total scores. But since they don't identify those 10 problems, it's safe to assume you need to answer 70 (70% of 100 questions) to 77 questions (70% of 110) correctly. Good luck.