Water_Resources

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    Water Resources
  1. As far as I know, October exam is held at NRG and April exam at The Woodlands.
  2. I meant to say 70%. Based on Texas results, no one had reported passing below 70%
  3. I copied this post from my post at other thread. Hope it helps. I joined EET water resources (breadth and depth) on demand in December 2016, but I did not start study until EET had started its breadth webinar courses which were 2nd week of Jan, 2017. From Jan 15, my strategy was to study 2-hrs every day and watch VIDEO every weekend (say 8-12 hrs of study which includes VIDEO). Webinar for Depth started from 2nd week of Feb. Even I paid for on-demand, EET's strategy was/is let on-demand students join webinar for problem-solving sessions, practice exams sessions and additional questions/answers sessions. Breadth portion was/is covered by three instructors. Dr. Najrul leads water resources (depth+breadth) and co-teaches soil mechanics and materials. he is very organized and I can say he developed one of the best possible binders for PE exam. His binder covers more than 90% of PE exam questions (for me). I did not study any other materials other than EET materials (depth). Honestly, I could not get enough time to study everything from of his binders, I wish I could. I did three practice test, one from NCEES, one from PPI and one simulated exam from EET. EET simulation was little difficult than the other two. I got 72 in EET simulation test. Dr. Nazrul told me I will get 10-15 % more in NCEES exam and I got 84%. I am giving all these details because I liked EET and I think you must get benefit from WRE course (if you can). I paid about $1000 for both breadth and depth as I got 5% discount as well. It was really difficult to make a decision which one I should join. First, I was trying to join PPI, but it was too expensive for me, >$2300, and had not in depth instruction or materials for WRE depth. Also, PPI breadth was taught by only one instructor which I do not fully agree that one instructor can be an expert on all. Hope this helps.
  4. Cut score was 70
  5. I took EET water resources (breadth and depth) on demand in December, but I did not start study until EET started breadth webinar courses which were 2nd week of Jan. From Jan 15, my strategy was to study 2-hrs every day and watched VIDEO every weekend (say 8-12 hrs of study which includes VIDEO). Depth webinar started from 2nd week of Feb. Even I paid for on-demand, their strategy was/is let on-demand students join webinar session for problem-solving sessions, practice exams sessions and additional questions/answers session. Breadth portion was/is covered by three instructors. Dr. Najrul leads water resources (depth+breadth) and co-teaches soil mechanics and materials. he is very organized and I can say one of the best possible binders for PE exam. His binder covers more than 90% of PE exam questions (for me). I did not study any other materials other than EET materials (depth). Honestly, I could not get time to study everything of his binders, I wish I could. I did three practice test, one from NCEES, one from PPI and one simulated exam from EET. EET simulation was little difficult than other two. I got 72 in EET test. Dr. Nazrul told me I will get 10-15 % more in NCEES exam and I got 84%. I am giving all these details because I liked EET and I think you must get benefit from WRE course (if you can). I paid about $1000 for both breadth and depth as I got 5% discount as well. It was really difficult to make a decision which one I should join. First, I was trying to join PPI, but it was too expensive for me, >$2300, and had not in depth instruction or materials for WRE depth. Also, PPI breadth was taught by only one instructor which I do not fully agree that one instructor can be an expert on all. Hope this helps.
  6. I took both breadth and depth (WRE) at EET and passed. I would say an excellent binder/lectures/ (for depth) and good binder/lectures for breadth. If someone from EET felt good at depth (WRE) and difficult at breadth because depth materials/instructor was better than breadth. On a very first day, when I looked at two binders I realized the difference. However, I studied more breadth than depth, therefore, I realized breadth test was easier than the depth. Also, I needed help from other reference books only to solve 3-4 questions (breadth+depth). I solved rest of the questions from EET binders. My point is here that depth binder was excellent, I spent less time to study, breath binder was good but not excellent, I spent more time to study.
  7. Passed WRE at 49, excellent course work from EET
  8. 84% water resources
  9. Sorry, hard to predict what was the cut off score, until someone who did not pass come up with 70% score, but very unlikely cut off was more than 70%
  10. Forgot to post, score 84%
  11. Passed! Took EET for breadth and WRE depth. I highly recommend EET to others. If anyone needs more detail why I am recommending, please let me know.
  12. I passed. Water Resources, 2nd time. I want to give credit to EET because their materials are so organized and if you do not need to go through many text books. I could not pass first time. I searched other providers, first I tried PPI, but noticed it was way expensive and also only one instructor was teaching everything which I personally do not think the right way to teach. I had materials from other providers, but it was not comparable to EET. EET even placed the required tabs... I would highly recommend EET.
  13. Passed!! Water Resources
  14. SPC_TLine I wish I could modify the title. They did not let me modify this title to "Expected Results After May 24th" Thanks for your suggestion.
  15. You are right. I meant to say frequency of refreshing can be less before the date is changed.