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  1. Change to FE "Other Disciplines" I also failed the FE Mechanical twice and passed the FE general exam on my first try. It was way easier.
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    Registering for PE Exam before results are released

    I'm a licensed P.E. and I can't register for any FE or PE exams either it says "Exam of this type has already been passed". I can register for Structural and Surveying though. (Texas)
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    Texas Results

    Have you tried checking through the Texas board? https://engineers.texas.gov/exam_check_grades.php
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    FE Mechanical or General

    Take the General FE, its less difficult. I also failed the Mechanical FE twice, then passed the General FE. I also passed the Mechanical PE so that shouldn't be an issue.
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    First week of December
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    Help with cooling problem

    Did you go to UT Tyler by any chance?
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    Pe Qualifying experience by state

    Texas requires 4 years experience after Bachelor's degree
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    Hello from texas

    Welcome from Houston 😀
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    I may have to switch to another company for a raise after getting my PE.
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    Serious 'how to pass PE exam' strategy advice needed

    I also took the TestMasters classroom course in Houston this past Spring, Mechanical HVAC, which Mechanical discipline did you take?
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    HVAC Pass rate

    I passed April 2018
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    HVAC Pass rate

    sorry, I had October and April mixed up
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    Texas scaled results are out, I passed and scored 85%!
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    HVAC Pass rate

    I failed April 2017 36/80 (46% scaled score). Studied MERM and Lindberg mechanical sample problems and 6 minute solutions (waste of time). I failed October 2017 48/80 (62% scaled score). Focused on MERM sections that I did bad on in October 2017 and took Testmasters course. Passed April 2018 (85% scaled score). Retook Testmasters course, studied NCEES practice exam (took it 3 times until I mastered it), studied EngProGuides Mechanical HVAC/R Study Guide, EngProGuides Mechanical HVAC/R practice exam (took it 3 times until I mastered it), and EngProGuides Mechanical HVAC/R references practice exam. The EngProGuides material is what made the biggest difference for me. It was my best reference during the exam and I did not use the MERM at all. Tips: Limit water consumption during the exam to avoid wasting time in bathroom breaks The 4 ASHRAE books are a must Bring a wrist watch to keep track of time At the beginning of the exam, rank problems by difficulty 1-3, with 1 being easy and 3 being hard. Do 1's immediately, then 2's, then 3's.
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    States that haven't released yet?

    Waiting for the Texas board to post grades