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Ramnares P.E.

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  1. Didn't we all score perfect 100%s in the exam though?
  2. Not to state the obvious but there are four areas where you need improvement - principles heat transfer, energy and mass balances, heating/cooling loads, and systems and components. The first two you can get from working the MERM companion problems and previous exams. If you still need help you may need to review those areas in your undergrad texts. I don't have the 13th edition MERM so not sure how much HVAC material has been added to address heating/cooling loads. You may want to pick up the Six Minute Solutions HVAC practice book.
  3. Think I've got it - IPC-HDBK-830
  4. Folks, Can you provide any industry standards or references defining minimum conformal coating thicknesses for PCBs? Thanks.
  5. @Ebay-Seller please do not post external links to sell materials. This is your only warning.
  6. What a crap week for cars. First the issues with my Ford Explorer then yesterday while on the phone with my wife she has the front, driver side tire blow out on her, most likely due to some debris from an accident. Ended up scrambling to replace that late yesterday. Eff this week.
  7. ^ The above presumes you have already been issued a license number that is existing but possibly expired. That does not seem applicable to examinees who have passed the exam but waiting on the board. NY requirements are defined here: http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pels/pelic.htm with additional information provided in Section 7208 of the Education Law http://www.op.nysed.gov/prof/pels/article145.htm.
  8. To clarify any misunderstanding, the items allowed are now dependent on the type of PE exam you took. The paper and pencil exams allow wrist watches and clocks while the CBT does not.
  9. Welcome to the board. Check out the following forums: http://engineerboards.com/forum/15-anything-about-the-pe-exam/ Stress relief/spamming:
  10. ^^ Double post Where's that goddam ban hammer?
  11. Which exam did you take? If it was CBT, the examinee guide clearly defines what items are/are not allowed. Allowed • The ID used during the admission process • Calculator (without the cover) that complies with the current NCEES Calculator Policy • Key to your test center locker • Reusable booklet and marker supplied by Pearson VUE • Eyeglasses (without the case) • Light sweater or jacket • Items included in the Pearson VUE Comfort Aid List Not allowed Items not permitted in the testing room include but are not limited to cell phones, handheld computers/personal digital assistants (PDAs) or other electronic devices, fitness trackers, pagers, watches, wallets, purses, hats and other head coverings (unless they qualify as religious apparel), bags, coats, books, notes, pens, pencils, erasers, food, and beverages.
  12. Any issues with graphite this year?
  13. Alternately maybe inheritance or if you purchased a new home while waiting to sell your existing one?
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