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ATDoel

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About ATDoel

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    EIT
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  1. I saw one guy on here that got 47 right on the last one and 37 right on this one, so clearly it wasn't the easiest exam of all time at least to him!
  2. I think a lot of people take construction if they do general engineering work. The problem with construction, and why I didn't take it, is because with a lot of the questions you either know the answer or don't. With the other concentrations, if you understand the concept you can often work out the solution.
  3. you didn't do any practice tests? I didn't think the wastewater questions were too tricky, if you understood the wastewater questions on the practice exam you should have been able to at least half the ones on the exam.
  4. I took the FE right when it went over to CBT. Some of the people I took it with said the CBT was easier than the paper exam, so take that as you will. With the CBT it was REALLY easy to find information in the reference manual, you just did word searches in the program.
  5. I'm asking this question for my cousin, she has a 4 year degree in environmental science with an ABET MS in Civil Engineering. I was under the impression she couldn't get a PE since she didn't have a 4 year engineering degree, but when I went to apply for my PE license I noticed it mentions she might be able to get hers with 6 years experience. Any thoughts? Can she go ahead and take the FE, then the PE, get 6 years of experience, and then get licensed? http://www.bels.alabama.gov/pdf/exams/PE/PE Licensure.pdf
  6. if you only answered 45 questions right, the PE Gods must have blessed you with another 10+ right answers! Looks like the cut score was over 54.
  7. ATDoel

    Cut scores

    If you failed, post your cut score and test below. Remember, this test was all just data for you to pass the next one!
  8. if you knew hydraulics, I felt that was a big win for this AM section. That's my weak point and hurt me the most, a lot of the hydraulics questions on the exam were not similar at all to the ones on the practice exams I took
  9. Reposting from the CE-WRE thread. This was my first time taking it, studied a little over a month, used three practice exams, the CRM, and some old text books I've kept around. I was fairly well prepared for the AM, I was NOT prepared for the PM. Five years out of college. I passed so I don't know what my score was, but here is what I thought I scored. AM 30 answered confidently, estimated 28 correct. 5 50/50 guessed, estimated 2 correct. 5 completely guessed, estimated 1 correct. PM 17 answered confidently, estimated 16 correct. 10 answered less confidently, estimated 7 correct. 13 answered with low confidence or guessed, estimated 4 correct. I felt that was a "Safe" estimate which put me at 58, it could have been as high as the low 60s though. Cut score was higher than 54 from what we can tell. TL;DR PM: 31 AM: 27
  10. I passed so I don't know what my score was, but here is what I thought I scored. AM 30 answered confidently, estimated 28 correct. 5 50/50 guessed, estimated 2 correct. 5 completely guessed, estimated 1 correct. PM 17 answered confidently, estimated 16 correct. 10 answered less confidently, estimated 7 correct. 13 answered with low confidence or guessed, estimated 4 correct. I felt that was a "Safe" estimate which put me at 58.
  11. email sent at 10:33 am, I didn't check until 10:50 am and the results were there
  12. you don't remember me.... but I remember you..... Ok not really, there were a ton of people in that room lol
  13. UAB = The Blazers, third largest campus by enrollment in Alabama, my Alma mater
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