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About fyrfytr310

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    VP Engineering, PE Exam Passed

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    Power
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    EIT
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    TI
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    Electrical

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  1. So it cost $540/yr to practice in TN..... Wow....
  2. Added California app fee in the notes. Alright. You got me. What is the 'privilege tax?'
  3. Fair enough. I think you would be ok as long as you don't reproduce the test material but I understand the risk aversion.
  4. Hate to hear this. If you are, in fact, truly done, I wish you well in any of your future endeavors. If you decide to come back to this after some time away, I'm confident a renewed look at the material can get you there. All the best!
  5. Post your conflicting, publicly available, source material.
  6. If the rules donโ€™t explicitly state that you have to submit engagement forms, I would go without. The curmudgeon in me feels that doing so would defeat the purpose of the most beneficial part of creating a NCEES record.
  7. If the Bengals can take care of business week 1 in Seattle then we have a legit shot at going 1-15 this year. #HopingForTheBestInCincinnati #ExpectingMoreOfTheSame
  8. I think I've muddied the waters somehow. I was referring to an initial license situations. In that case (mine) one would have to take the exam in CA. One could comity in to CA if licensed elsewhere but I think we all know that at this point. For Power, there is no other exam (outside of the take-home law exam). I know nothing about the craziness you Civil people must endure ๐Ÿ˜‚
  9. Interesting. All I know is that I was told to take it in state for power.
  10. I got this answer before the last administration as I am an OH resident going for a CA license. You must take it in CA.
  11. Somewhere on this board there is someone who has taken one of the disciplines some 12 or 14 times (wow) and they were saying that there are repeated questions. That said, I would assume that given the finite number of questions NCEES has to generate a test, 12 or 14 cycles would almost, but not certainly, guarantee repeats while with just 2 or 3 cycles, there would be no statistical 'guarantee.'
  12. Well if you circled any answers, Iโ€™d submit you took the wrong exam.
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