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  1. Hi, I took the CA survey exam on June 30, 2018 and have not received the results via email or US mail. After applying to take the CA survey exam, I received an email stating my application was approved. I did not receive the Authorization To Test via email or US mail. However, I did receive a postcard via US mail stating my deadline to sign up for the Prometric test was approaching. Is anyone else in a similar situation or have any advice on how I can obtain my exam results? I've tried calling the BPELSG contact numbers (1-866-780-537, 916-263-2222) but there is no answer. Thanks, Kathryn
  2. So when you get the exam result notification from either NCEES or your State Board, is there a "special" place you have in mind to view your result? I may go into a conf. room just in case I scream.... hopefully out of joy!
  3. I passed the Oct 2017 civil-construction depth exam (2nd attempt) after being out of school for many, many years. I'm 57 years old so don't let age dissuade you. Here was my strategy after failing the first attempt: Review Courses: The Ultimate Civil PE Review Course and EET's Breadth and Depth Practice Exams: For construction depth, include as much geotech review as possible. My practice exams included ones from EET, Ultimate Civil Engineer Review Course, Goswami, NCEES, Beth Lin Hartmann,, and passthecivilPE. Practice Problems: Indexed binder contained breadth in the front and construction depth in the back. This seemed like a time waster initially and was a pain, but it paid off by allowing me to quickly look up problems and, more importantly, giving me one simple binder to practice problems from. References: 1926 OSHA, CERM, MUTCD, Geotech Engineering (Coduto), ACI Formwork for Concrete. Other Practice Problem Books: Civil PE Morning Exam (Shepherd), Mike's Civil PE Exam Guide As you know, the real key is working problems until they are almost second nature. It seems like some of the theory behind the problems comes to life with repetition. Good luck and don't give up.
  4. While I continue to WAIT for my PE results, I have started to wonder about some RUMORS I have heard and was hoping someone on here can clarify them for me. I am new to North Carolina and just sat for the Civil/Transpo exam for the first time (October 2011). I have heard two consistent rumors since I moved to North Carolina: Rumor #1: The NC Board establishes their own cut score after given the scores from NCEES. (I don't believe this is true due to the timing of the scores, I would just like to hear it from someone.) Rumor #2: It doesn't matter if you aced your depth module and one or two sections of your breadth module, you have to correctly answer a certain percentage in each of the sections of the breadth exam to 'Pass' the exam. On a side note, how is it that NCEES posts a 69% pass rate for first time takers (40% for repeat takers) yet I see some states have a overall 50-60% pass rate? Are there that many repeat takers or do some states have a 70-90% pass rate to bring up the average? Any help would be appreciated and would help to ease my nerves. Thank you.
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