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anyone taking PTOE in June?

For people already took PTOE, do we have to take the formula sheet or does the center provide one? 

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I took it Saturday. My testing center provided the formula sheet electronically as a link in the testing software

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Hi @txtrafficeng @socalengineer

I'm scheduled to take it about two weeks from now. How hard is the test? Is time a challenge? I'm reviewing the PTOE refresher course only. It has does not contain many practice problems. You think it will probably be enough?

 

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@wannacape I did the ITE PTOE refresher course. I also purchased the ITE PTOE practice test. Both were very helpful in the exam. Make sure you know some values for formulas like deceleration and perception reaction time. I finished the exam fully in 3 hours. I felt prepared. You should have plenty of time. I went through the refresher course and memorized values like max super elevation. I think that helped. Reach out if you have more questions. 

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@wannacape, I took my test last week. was able to finish it within 3 hours. Calculations were pretty straight forward.

i felt it was too wordy with questions, not sure if questions were from any manuals or pure general knowledge.  Some questions had possible 2 correct answers which you could argue either ways with limited information.  ya well, will find out in a month's time if I passed. Good luck to you.

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TPCB said 6-8 weeks after testing period ends which is June 30. So I have the weeks of August 11-25 marked on my calendar.

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@socalengineer I made lots of educated guesses. Funny I was very confused by the phrasing/wording of a bunch of questions (that maybe because of my english). I did not feel sure that I got it, But  overall feel I should be very close to passing.

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On 6/28/2019 at 9:56 PM, txtrafficeng said:

Apparently results come by mail! At least that’s what I heard from a colleague that passed in October. 

Any idea if favorable results are delivered in a regular envelope? Or do you receive a certificate in a larger envelope?

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