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Any states reporting results for the 2 day SE yet? :bananadoggywow:

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I am betting on July 15th.

That's the date on the CA website right? They were off a month on the other results; hoping they are on these. Pretty sure CA puts a date on the website to cut down on the phone calls. The TX folks are way too nice and probably get 10k calls a day.

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I'm betting they'll be out the first of next week. Of course, I'm not betting any money.

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Let me just pull out my magic 8 ball......

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Let me just pull out my magic 8 ball......

Hey, keep that thing in your pants!! :P

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SE National pass rates were 27% (for passing both parts)

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SE National pass rates were 27% (for passing both parts)

Where did you find that stat?

That's straight off the NCEES website.

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I wonder how happy NCEES is with the pass rate being 27% for the first administration of the 16 hour exam.

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I wonder how happy NCEES is with the pass rate being 27% for the first administration of the 16 hour exam.

Probably very. Along with the SE Trade Associations promoting laws requiring the SE designation, low pass rates ensure NCEES future revenue.

Why would NCEES not be "happy"?

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I wonder how happy NCEES is with the pass rate being 27% for the first administration of the 16 hour exam.

Probably very. Along with the SE Trade Associations promoting laws requiring the SE designation, low pass rates ensure NCEES future revenue.

Why would NCEES not be "happy"?

Although I am sure it is a factor, I don't think revenue has very little to do with the pass rate. I would imagine that they want to keep a high standard of care and competence in the engineering. The last thing we need is to lower our standards further and still not be as respected as we should be.

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