fireguy_PE

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About fireguy_PE

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    Physicist / Mechanical Engineer / Private Investigator

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  • Engineering Field
    Mechanical / Fire Protection
  • License
    PE
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    TI
  • Discipline
    Mechanical

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    Male
  • Location
    Los Angeles

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  1. Wingardium Liftiosa
  2. There's no need to argue...
  3. I've been waitingggggggggggg for a post like this, to come into my liiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiife
  4. Good luck!
  5. What about those nifty plastic wallet cards?
  6. @CAPLS: This isn't urgent as I have no intention of applying for October 2017, but will be of eventual interest. Suppose I already have a P.E. license in California (Mechanical) and want to test for an additional P.E. in, for example, Fire Protection. A glance at my MyNCEES record shows me the attached screenshot. How would I proceed in that case when NCEES blocks registration for the exam? Also, as BPELSG already has my transcripts and take home exam, would I only need my application and references for my fire protection qualifying experience? What other materials, if any, would I need to submit? Thanks.
  7. No, I didn't. I took PPI's course.
  8. http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/applicants/board_notification_form.pdf
  9. As I was waiting for the October 2016 results to post, I submitted a request to my state's board for verification of my exams and/or licenses to help put together my NCEES record. You can reach this feature by logging in to your MyNCEES account, selecting "Multi-State Licensure" from the menu bar on the left, then selecting "Exam and License Verification." After NCEES released the results to the state board and before the state board released them to examinees, I saw the information depicted in the attached image. Of interest here is that I took the PE exam more than once, but only the October 2016 exam (the one I passed) showed up. This screen has since been populated with my FE exam date and with my license number, but it would appear that if you submit a request to your state board for verification of your exams and licenses and you see the exam you just took show up on that screen just prior to receiving your results notice, it would appear that you passed. That said, the difference between when I saw that information and when I got my official result release was a matter of an hour or two on the same day. Just thought I'd share for anyone else who might find this interesting.
  10. Banned for being a grown-ass man wearing a onesie
  11. Banned for missing a comma in your signature.
  12. In truth, O Holy Night is actually my favorite Christmas song. This just happens to be the most amusing version of it I've ever heard.
  13. Banned for that bothering you enough to ban him for it
  14. If you're in California, yours should be up as of this morning unless you're missing something in your file.