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  1. Hafa adai right back. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. I failed my first try and was expecting the outcome due to my performance in the exam. Any tips would be helpful to pass on the second try. Thanks in advance @Phatso86 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  5. I bought Andy Crowe's 'The PMP Exam: How to Pass on Your First Try' and the PMBOK and passed on my first try. But that's my study style. I do recommend learning all the processes. This is key to knowing how to answer each question accordingly. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Wonderful... I just put down on the survey that I was annoyed by one of the proctor's Siri feature that kept going off while they played with their phone during our exam. Deduct 80 points from my score. [emoji22] Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks iwire. I did notice how cheaply made the international version is but I get what I paid for. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  8. Thank you! This information helps. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. Do you know if the index of the international version of Wildi is different from the US version? I have the international version and the index is horrible. I am looking for something more succinct comparable to Grainger where it breaks down the main topics into sub-topics in the index. If both versions are the same then I will just have to tab a lot more and come up with a better game plan to quickly reference particular topics. Thanks!
  10. Second that! Theoretical overload. The whole day I kept replaying in my mind the Game of Thrones Red Wedding scene since I likened this exam to a damn bloody massacre.
  11. Sorry to revive this thread but can the MVA method be used to solve this problem? This topic is still a bit confusing for me.
  12. Thank you for this. I started the PU method but it looked too lengthy. The MVA method is much simpler and easier to solve with.
  13. This is one of the best explanations I have read on this particular problem. Thank you!
  14. Thank you for sharing your references. I will definitely utilize this for the October exam. Been out of school for over a decade and just passed the FE on the first go around. So I am hoping to compile and review as much learning material well in advanced. I hope what they say is true about the FE being so much harder than the PE because the FE was rough. Thanks again for sharing your references.
  15. I have been out of school for 11 years so I dedicated about 6 months studying 4 days out of the week for 2-4 hours. My goal was one subject a week because it was a lot of relearning and teaching myself subjects I never learned in college. Plus I had my family that I couldn't neglect. ? I then took a 3 weeks off and then 2 weeks right before the exam I went thru all the subject again in the FERM. I relied mostly on the FERM (problems were more difficult than the exam), did 100 problems out of the 1001 Problems and watched a lot of YouTube. I took EIT Experts 2 years ago and it was a waste of $1000. This discouraged me so I put the exam on hold. I took the FE Other Disciplines last Saturday and thought I failed. I registered for School of PE and mentally preparing myself to do it all over again. Fortunately I just found out on Wednesday (4 days later) that I passed. I think if you dedicate enough time based on how comfortable you feel about each topic then you should be okay. If an old fogie like me being out of school for over a decade passed, believe that you can pass too. Good luck!