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  1. What did you do differently that allowed you to pass this go around?
  2. New guy

    Hello everyone My name is Hunter and would like to learn more about the PE pursuit. I am a test engineer for a sub-business unit of Fluke that specializes in radiation detection equipment for nuclear power plants. I've been in this role for 2 years, and I graduated with a bachelors in nuke from the University of Florida (Go Gators). I ultimately want to get into contract engineering work / run my own show in ANY technological or engineering industry. Like I said, I am interested in obtaining a PE. The type of PE that would be relevant to my current job would be nuclear and maybe civil/mechanical. I do a lot of qualification testing and calibrations for our systems. EMI/RFI, seismic, environmental, that sort of thing. I could utilize a civil/mechanical PE for the seismic qualification portion of my work. A nuclear PE would be all around useful as that is the industry we work in. I do not work with anyone in my building (solon, oh) who has a PE in either of the mentioned fields. The Fluke mothership is in Everett, Washington. I have yet to contact anyone there for a reference. I passed the FE other disciplines exam in 2014. Any advice or suggestions are welcome for this noob. In the small amount of spare time I have I like to read eat and work out. Go Cavs, Go Gators, screw Ohio State I look forward to meeting like minded people on here Hunter
  3. Hello, I am currently studying to take the NCEES PE Test in April 2017. I was wondering if anyone had any sample study schedules or guides that helped them organize their study approach. Thank you in advance.
  4. Hey guys, Any tips on conquering those nerves? I know I'll have them in 4 weeks, but I'd like to know any tips from people out there for those who have conquered them. I have studied about 300 hours over the last 3 months so far so I feel pretty prepared. I will continue studying but focus on getting rest and going over material that I've been covering. I guess my biggest fear is those pesky nerves. I'm afraid I'll open up the test in the morning or afternoon and go huh? I failed structures last time around. I know I didn't do well on the PM and felt comfortable in the morning with my chance but the scores indicate the counter. I've learned from that and I've moved forward since then. I feel fairly confident I can do well on the morning portion. I'm still cautious about the WRE for the PM but I feel like I'm getting there. I know I struggle with my test taking skills. I want to solve problems 1-40 in that order. I know it's best to go through the test but I can't wrap my brain around skipping problems. I'll try working on that. Any tips on this is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Chas
  5. FE Results for California?

    Anyone get results from FE for California? I know Texas and Arkansas got their results....
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