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Ninjaneer13

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About Ninjaneer13

  • Rank
    Intern

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  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    Tennessee

Previous Fields

  • Engineering Field
    Geotechnical
  • License
    EIT
  • Discipline
    Civil

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  1. Ninjaneer13

    Failed PE Power

    He didn't ask for advice specific to his discipline. I thought he was asking for advice in general. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
  2. Ninjaneer13

    Failed PE Power

    Yes, my discipline is Civil.
  3. Ninjaneer13

    Celebrating and Venting About Results

    It's wayyyyy too slow....
  4. Ninjaneer13

    Failed PE Power

    Thank you, I hope so! Another thing, you may want to check with your employer to see if they will pay for the TestMaster's course. Mine did.
  5. Ninjaneer13

    Failed PE Power

    I took TestMasters. I failed the exam in October 2017, but they have a passing guarantee so I was able to take the course again for the April exam (still awaiting my results).
  6. Ninjaneer13

    Failed PE Power

    You get back on the horse . You can do this! Try a study course (if you haven't already). As you study, you'll begin to recall the types of problems on this exam and that will help. Now that you're more aware of what the PE testing experience is like, you'll likely be less anxious when October comes. Best of luck to you!
  7. Ninjaneer13

    April 2018 Results Map

    I think NC is missing from the most recent map.
  8. Ninjaneer13

    Celebrating and Venting About Results

    Waiting for Tennessee...
  9. Ninjaneer13

    Tennessee

    YAY! Thank you!
  10. Congrats on your graduate degree!!!
  11. I know how you feel. I missed countless hours with my kids while I was in school, studying for the FE, then the PE. I love my children unconditionally, but that doesn't mean that they haven't create obstacles and I don't think there's anything wrong with admitting that. I remember interviewing for a scholarship two days after delivering my second child, pumping in the bathroom between classes, taking my kids to class with me when their schools were closed but mine wasn't. Going through this process with kids is challenging. There's definitely a work/study/family balance and it's hard on all parties involved, but the benefit far outweighs the cost or we wouldn't be putting ourselves and our families through this right now. I am looking forward to giving myself back to my kids; physically, mentally, and emotionally; as are you and many others on this discussion board. I wish you the best of luck!
  12. It's good to know that they won't remember these younger years! Mine are 10, 7, 3 y/o twins, so maybe I haven't damaged the twins too badly. For the other two I guess it's still up in the air...we'll see how they turn out. Thank you!
  13. I have to second that! Kids bring a whole new set of obstacles. I had two while I was in school and now I have four.
  14. Ninjaneer13

    This Week...

    I like your logic!
  15. Cool! I live in Chattanooga. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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