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I couldn't help myself - I framed my NCEES pencils along with my cert (pic)

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Call me crazy but I just had to do it! Along with my cert are my three passing pencils (Survey Oct '10, 8-Hr Apr '11, Seismic Oct '11). Total cost in supplies = $28.XX after tax (thanks to a 40% off sale at Michael's) (not counting the $275 pencils of course). Time spent creatively figuring out how to fit 3D objects in a 2D frame = 4 hours. Gratification level = Significantly high. :D

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I framed my calculator, too.

I do like the pencils labeled for each test! Looks really good.

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Looks great!

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Very cool, nice work.

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That is an excellent display! I will get my certificate this Sunday at a formal ceremony by the OK board. I am pround to have passed the FE and PE the same year but did not know exactly how I should display this. I plan to mount my 2011 FE and PE pencils the same way. Thanks for the idea!

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I like it!

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Looks great! I love the pencils from each exam you passed.

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Looks awesome ptatohed!

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Awesome!

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wow. It looks great however I am speechless. Congrats...

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Nice! And gratz!

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looks great.

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I framed my calculator, too.

I do like the pencils labeled for each test! Looks really good.

Thanks for the kind words everyone, I appreciate it. :)

Capt, I remember seeing yours. It's been a while but I remember it looking really nice. Can you post a pic again?

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I believe you are referring to the Worley Exhibit

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Looks great!

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At some point in time we will move both these pics to the hall of fame thread!

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I believe you are referring to the Worley Exhibit

Thanks for finding that. I'd lost the pic for one reason or another.

At some point in time we will move both these pics to the hall of fame thread!

Thanks!

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Ptatohed - love how you framed your certificate & momentos.

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I put my pencils and calculator in a Ziplock this weekend so that when I get my letter saying that I passed I will have them available for framing.

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at first i thought it was going to be lame.... but dang that looks cool. I didnt know you have different color pencils for each test. congrats

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at first i thought it was going to be lame.... but dang that looks cool. I didnt know you have different color pencils for each test. congrats

You wouldn't necessarily receive a different colored pencil for each exam within the same administration. But if you read my Post #1 and zoom in to the dates on the pencils, you'll see the pencils are from three different administrations.

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Call me crazy but I just had to do it! Along with my cert are my three passing pencils (Survey Oct '10, 8-Hr Apr '11, Seismic Oct '11). Total cost in supplies = $28.XX after tax (thanks to a 40% off sale at Michael's) (not counting the $275 pencils of course). Time spent creatively figuring out how to fit 3D objects in a 2D frame = 4 hours. Gratification level = Significantly high. :D

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Very nice Display!!! I might have to copy this, although my first and last pencils were my "passing" pencils. :)

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Cool thread. I look forward to the day I can do something like this....


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