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About CUniverse

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  • Engineering Field
    Civil
  • License
    EIT
  • Discipline
    Transportation

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  1. I’m giving it until June 15th then the grind begins
  2. What is everyone’s thoughts on wether or not the October 2020 pencil and paper exams will be canceled? I was scheduled to take the April 2020 Transportation exam and I know I need to start studying for the October exam next month but I just don’t know how my brain would take it if the exam got canceled again. I can’t imagine going through that again lol. What are everyone’s thoughts? Does anyone have any insight on if we will be able to sit for the exam in October?
  3. I haven’t taken the exam before, but I have spent the last 5 months going the EET’s ondemand course and I was on the second to last video in my last depth session and I read this. Considered crying, laughed a little, I think I’m in the verge of insanity. Welp I guess it’s more time to study but man this is a punch in the gut. My apologies to anyone else going through the same thing.
  4. One more question, did you print out all of the errata’s for the references and did they seem to be used much during the exam? I noticed I got a different answer due to an errata In one of the review questions in the EET course
  5. That is good advice, thank you for the guidance!
  6. Okay that should be helpful I will definitely bring the CERM, and I am marking all of the tables in the important chapters of the greenbook, MUTCD, Roadside design guide, and highway safety manual. Samir always will say to read the important chapters, they are very long and I don’t really have time to read them so I figured marking the tables in those sections would help. I also don’t have the newest HCM but Samir said the tables he provided should be fine for the exam. This is the first time I have taken the exam.
  7. Thank you for your response! The questions you found in the CERM, did you just look them up through the index or did you have the CERM tabbed? I haven’t spent any time looking at it at all that’s why I ask. I also have been going through and marking every single table on a cheat sheet with the figure/table number with the page number in each of the references just in case they ask something on them in the exam so hope that helps with those random code questions.
  8. Thank you both for your responses! This should help a ton!
  9. Did anyone who took the transportation EET depth course make a cheat sheet for the binder or did you just tab it well? or both?
  10. I have officially made it through my Breadth binder and am getting ready to move on to the Depth. I am taking the April 2020 Transportation exam. I was wondering if there was anyone who has already taken the course had any advise on how they structured their binder. I filled the binder with extra pages from end of lecture exam solutions and also the cheat sheets for each section. Now the binder is filling up and when I try to flip pages the pages are starting to rip. My question is, did you guys keep your binders whole, or split them up into multiple binders. Also did you create separate binders for equations, practice problems, and the section notes, or did you keep them all together in one binder? Thank you in advance for any responses! I wanted to open this form for any EET related discussion or questions anyone may have also!
  11. I have officially made it through my Breadth binder and am getting ready to move on to the Depth. I am taking the April 2020 Transportation exam. I was wondering if there was anyone who has already taken the course had any advise on how they structured their binder. I filled the binder with extra pages from end of lecture exam solutions and also the cheat sheets for each section. Now the binder is filling up and when I try to flip pages the pages are starting to rip. My question is, did you guys keep your binders whole, or split them up into multiple binders. Also did you create separate binders for equations, practice problems, and the section notes, or did you keep them all together in one binder? Thank you in advance for any responses! I wanted to open this form for any EET related discussion or questions anyone may have also!
  12. Thank you for your response! I do have a couple of questions on the depth portion of the exam. How do you feel the course did on preparing you for the depth portion, and did spend a lot of time getting familiar with all of the recommended references for the transportation depth or was the binder sufficient in preparing you to solve the problems? I am almost through the breadth material for the course but I haven’t dove into the depth, and I’ve sort of seen on here that you have to know the NCEES references like the back of your hand. I was just curious as to what you thought about this. One more question, I’m working through all of the examples and exams provided, and I’m considering working through all of them again when I complete the course if I have enough time, just because when I work through them I do miss a few questions here and there. Would you recommend working the problems through again, or is that a tad excessive? Thank you!!
  13. Could you explain what you mean by listing your references? I’m studying for the April 2020 exam and I want to prepare as best as I can. Thanks!
  14. Congratulations!! I’m going to be taking the exam in April and the nerves are already setting in lol.
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