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  1. I am selling the following, all of which have no markings or other defects: Engineering Unit Conversions - 4th Ed - Lindeburg - $30 NCEES Thermal and Fluids Systems Practice Exam - 2016 - $25 Thermal and Fluids Systems Six-Minute Solutions - 2nd Ed - Deckler - $75 Buy all three, $15 discount = $115 I also have additional supplementary material and cheat sheets I produced that I feel would be helpful for ME TFS test takers.
  2. GordyJ

    Texas Results

    78 for me as well. We all get 78's, hooray!
  3. GordyJ

    Texas Results

    I strongly advise that you attempt the final pencil and paper administration in October. The ME Reference Manual is all you will have at your disposal during the computer (CBT) testing, and from what I've read, it leaves much to be desired.
  4. GordyJ

    Texas Results

    Agreed. Coming from a repeat taker, I assure you it will be much more rewarding when you pass the October exam.
  5. I also recommend SlayThePE! Great study material and awesome customer service to boot!
  6. But doesn't the notification of results email have to come during NCEES business hours?
  7. Way to go! You seemed very well prepared leading up to the exam. Now pray for your TFS buddy down in TX : )
  8. With regards to these 11 jurisdictions, are we only talking structural (e.g., structural plans can't be stamped by someone who didn't pass the structural exam) or does this apply to all disciplines? Knowing these specific states would be helpful for folks seeking reciprocity down the line.
  9. I appreciate the write-up but have always been perplexed by folks who work the same problems many times over. Once I know the "trick" to a problem (or superfluous information), I don't see much value in reworking it more than once or twice. But maybe that's just me....
  10. Yeah I'm exaggerating, should be more like 6.
  11. Yes, I agree with the OP regarding the fairness of the exam. I'm a second time taker and it definitely didn't give me as much trouble as the last administration, although I'm obviously better prepared now. It's gonna be a fun 8 weeks of waiting!
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