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To anyone who passed recently or in the past after failing the first or multiple times, what did you do differently that you felt helped you pass the next time around? Any other advice you can give us for those who plan to re-take the exam? Shout to the warriors who passed after failing before! Warriors, come out to play...
Brothers and Sisters, We may have tasted the bitter essence of defeat this round, but we will dust ourselves off and fight for the next round! When the fail icon came up on my screen, I was heartbroken over the 9 months of preparation, but that turned into a fire of overcoming the obstacle. I haven't been this stoked to study and prepare for any test in my life more so than now, and I hope you will find that fire in the pit of your belly to struggle through the defeat and turn weakness into strength! Let's find that reason to pass (your job, family, legacy, fighting against the odds, whatever it may be). If you have some inspiration or videos/gifs to motivate you and others add them here, lets do this thing! Fall Forward (Denzel Washington) - Motivational Video Fall down 5 times, get back up 6.
So, for those who are first time test takers in Georgia, I thought I'd fill you in on how things went down for the April 2017 results release. NCEES released results to the states. The next day, the GA SOS website started updating the licenses on the online searchable database BEFORE directing NCEES to release results to examines. It was an agonizing day waiting for them to update...one at a time in no particular order (not alphabetical anyway). Hopefully, it's a bit more streamlined this time around. NCEES finally sent the email and released results about a day later (2 days after the initial national release). If it comes to it, the easiest way to check to see if there have been any licenses issued by the SOS is to search by PE number. The next PE license issued will be: PE042682. If you see that one, then GA is updating the database. Good luck my fellow Peach Staters!