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  1. I think you'll be surprised on how well you know the material once you start the exam. You've just got to get that first question out of the way. You seem to have the depth construction topics under control, how well are you doing on the breadth practice exams? I'll say its a huge relief during the lunch break knowing you only need around a 50% in the afternoon to pass the exam.
  2. Just finished up Yellowstone on Paramount... my god what a show. (10/10)
  3. There was a clock on the wall. I don't recall how many, but I know there was at least one near where I set. However, the room was very large, so if there is only one clock and you sit in the opposite corner it may be difficult to see. I would also recommend wearing a watch if possible. (They don't allow smart watches)
  4. I cant speak for the Transportation depth, as I took the structural. BUT, EET's Breadth review was spot on. I came out of the morning session feeling 100% confident about 37 out of the 40 questions, 2 I felt 50/50 on, and the last one was a complete guess. It was a huge relief walking into the afternoon knowing I only needed to get 50% of the afternoon questions correct to score above a 70% for the whole exam.
  5. Im currently waiting on my Georgia PE. I obtained my initial licensure through NC after passing the PE Civil/Structural. All checkboxes have been completed under the GA Board application except for "Board Approval." You had issues obtaining your GA PE?
  6. I took the PE this past April. The North Carolina PE testing location was at the McKimmon Conference and Training Center on NC States Campus. I'd imagine that this is the site every year.
  7. unfortunately not, but hey! at least you are in your mothers eyes 😉
  8. This is very true. As someone who worked in Atlanta, GA, most of the GA Tech grads I worked with believe they're gods gift to this planet... Don't get me wrong, GA Tech is a great school, but the narcissistic attitude that comes along with MOST of their grads is not appealing.
  9. The benefit of being from a state that doesn't release grades is assuming you got a perfect score. haha
  10. http://www.eetusa.com/classes/civil-pe They offer both Breadth and Depth Review. Follow the link and they'll have the schedule posted! They're based out of California, so times shown are West Coast Time. That was the most difficult thing for me, but if you miss a class you can always watch the recorded versions later. Stick with it, study and review material between classes and you'll pass!
  11. I feel like this is kind of a silly question, because it varies per person. In my opinion, study your ass off. Study as many hours as it takes to feel confident about all of the subjects. I took EET and would highly recommend it. They get you on the right path and give you the tools necessary to study the right material, as well as hundreds of practice problems and quizzes. Im not sure how many hours i studied, but I can one thing, say coming out of the exam feeling confident was worth every minute I set at the dining room table with my head in the books.
  12. NC, Passed. For those that are thinking about taking a class next time around. I took EET Depth and Breadth and would Highly recommend at least the Breadth. I walked out of the morning portion feeling confident about 38 of the 40 questions. Afternoon session was a different story, unfortunately because of work I was unable to attend all of the sessions for the depth review. So I had to do a majority of the review on my own, reviewing the supplied material. So I'm unable to say how well the afternoon review prepared me for the exam. Out of the sessions I did watch, I found them to be helpful. There were a few of the practice problems supplied by EET that helped me in the exam. To say the least, those 38 questions in the morning probably saved my butt,. and I owe that all to EET. Yes its somewhat price, but its not the most expensive option AND they supply bound material. I would 100% refer anyone to EET.
  13. How’d everyone do?
  14. NC is out, 3:56PM EST
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