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john813

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  1. It may vary proctor to proctor and state to state. 1. Mine never said a peep about notes. Mainly just asked me to make sure there was no loose paper. Never checked the notes or hovered over us. Think the main thing is to not have your pencil near the notes or reference material so they don't think you are writing in there. If it makes you feel better, use a highlighter and cover the notes with it. Or photocopy them. 2. I did carry ink solved problems in with me along with notes in ink. Proctor walked by me a few times when I had those binders open. Didn't say anything. 4. Don't put your pencil near references, don't look at your table buddy/references, don't start before the time begins and drop your pencil when told to do so. Try to not make noise, or rummage through your references like a madman. Remember to keep your drink off the desk and don't act sketchy.
  2. I took the WRE test even though I was quite raw when it came to the Water-Wastewater section of the PM section. My career is more drainage design and basic water/waste/lift station design but not touching the treatment of water/wastewater. I just loaded up on a lot of practice tests to soak in as many questions as I could for those two sections. http://engineerboards.com/topic/12061-of-hours-of-study-prep/page/4/?tab=comments#comment-7558925 To be honest, didn't feel to confident on those sections post test, but I felt confident I aced the AM and did well on the Hydraulics/Hydrology sections in the PM.
  3. IMO maybe take just relax in regards to taking the exam this October and shoot for next April. But I wouldn't give up. Clear your head of all the frustration and stress over the past exams and change up your study habits. Is there another class for your field that has good reviews on here, or elsewhere? I can't help per say being in another field of engineering, but I took a class where the problems and practice tests they gave out for the PM section had extreme variables or super complex steps. If I had just worked on those problems, I know I wouldn't of passed the exam cause they weren't relevant problems to what was actually on the exam. They made me freak out about finding some obscure equation only found in some book(probably written by the same author) or the steps weren't clear at all how they concluded that you needed to use a certain equation.
  4. john813

    FL Results

    Felt good updating my signature in my emails this am.
  5. john813

    FL Results

    http://engineerboards.com/topic/30604-florida-license-numbers/ Looks like the past May exam it took until middle/end of June. Which makes sense as my friend got her License number roughly 8 weeks after the exam in 18. Some got their License over the weekend. Hopefully it is sooner than that for us this year.
  6. john813

    FL Results

    Every time I see a new post I always think it's someone posting that the numbers have been released. Hopefully, today we'll get them.
  7. Get some certifications in inspections and just keep learning for now.
  8. Once every or most PE tests are CBT, will they be similar to the FE now where you can pick a time and date to take the exam? Got confused on the 5th paragraph if it meant April and October for P&P tests only or even for CBT.
  9. That's my thought as well. You don't get a Super PE license if you pass without the CERM/more resources. You spend so much time studying for this exam, no need to handicap yourself. Bring anything and everything that can help you, that falls within NCEES guidelines.
  10. I know a few that didn't pass in the Civil breadth. Transpo and WRE exams. Interesting enough, the 3 I knew who took the Construction Civil PM all passed.
  11. Maybe OP took it in Mississippi and is still waiting for results? lol
  12. Cowboys made the playoffs last season, so expecting an 8-8 season in 19-20. And hell, sure someone like Zeke will continue to do dumb things and find himself another suspension.
  13. john813

    FL Results

    From the Results Map thread: http://engineerboards.com/topic/33681-april-2019-results-map/page/13/ We just gave NCEES the okay to release Florida results. So keep an eye out. Congrats to the 250 who passed the April exam! It will take two to three weeks for the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation to input the results and for us to double-check everything, then DBPR will generate PE numbers. Watch your account at myfloridalicense.com for your PE number to appear (hopefully by Memorial Day).
  14. It was the most expensive pencil I ever bought. lol
  15. I know I have a few more not listed but looking at my Amazon orders: Pe Prepared (All AM and PM tests offered for WRE) Gruttadauria ref manual/ practice exam Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: By Civil PE Practice (AM only) Goswami exam books. 3 in total I believe. Older NCEES Exam prep books. 2004 and I think 2010(2004 only had 20 questions for AM IIRC) 2014 NCEES practice exam
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