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  1. Forgot that disclaimer. I’m in a state that typically releases’s results day 1. I don’t care about any other state. Lol.
  2. It could but going by the last 5 years worth of data, not likely.
  3. Yeah but this year the test was early April. Based on that spreadsheet I doubt it’s much passed may 15th. That’s the 40 day mark. My guess it will be the week of May 13-17. After Memorial Day would put it over 50 days. No way results come out that late.
  4. I think what he means is that as the exams are transitioning there will be less and less paper exams to grade. No large exams (power, mechanical, civil) have been transitioned yet however I think four exams have been so that takes away several hundred exams from the paper based grading. Logically it makes sense that it would go a little quicker.
  5. Im not sure about complaining about errors/discrepancies, I just used it as a way to complain in general.
  6. Not true. I took it last October. I failed. A co worker of mine passed. We both got one delivered in our inbox at exactly the same time. I am assuming everyone gets one.
  7. I took it for the first time in October 2018. I failed with a 47/80. So I think I was close to passing last time. Overall I felt about the same coming out of both tests. I didn’t think I passed in 2018 and I don’t feel too confident this time around either. This was my 4th test in 14 months including two FE tests and all I know is I am done for now regardless of the result. I gave it all I had (probably 300-400 hours of studying between the two attempts, and that doesn’t even include the time studying/relearning material for the two FE attempts) and this was more of a personal goal for me. I may pick it back up in the future if I get the itch again. All I know is that is one hard test.
  8. I started studying December 2017. FE exam attempt 1 (February 2018-fail) FE exam attempt 2 (April 2018-pass) PE exam attempt 1 (October 2018-fail) PE exam attempt 2 (April 2019-????) I’m 33 and almost 11 years out of college. It’s been a rough year and a half of almost non stop studying with the exception of waiting for results. I hope it’s over in 2 weeks. I’m a power engineer by the way.
  9. Justin I was one of the 47’s that answered in your survey. Hard to stomach that I was 1 away from passing but it is what it is. Just gotta move on and start preparing for the April exam. I thought your study guide and exams were very good. I used your study guide I think the most during the exam. What killed me was protection as I think most of the study guides/practice exams/material out there just doesn’t prepare you for the protection questions. That’s something that I will have to work on for the April exam.
  10. This is how my 47/80 breaks down 50,50,75,44,43,88,63,64,46 still waiting for someone to post a 48/80 fail. Please don’t let 48 be the cut score. Lol
  11. So I’ve been following this board since I started studying in August. Well actually I started studying December 2017 for the FE. Took that exam in February and failed, retook it in April and passed, then decided to take the PE. I figured I could go at it on my own but obviously did not work out. I have seen a lot of people talking about how good Zach’s course is. I am debating whether to enroll in it or try again studying on my own. Problem is I just don’t know what I would do differently than I did the first time around. I feel like I studied all the recommended study guides and books and worked through all the practice tests. Just not sure where to go from here.
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