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2007 NCEES Pass Rate

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Guest cmp252

Historically thats a pretty high pass rate.

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Guest megoo98

whats a pretty high pass rate? i thought typically the electrical pass rate was lower than mechanical. that was surprising to me.

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Guest irisheng
whats a pretty high pass rate? i thought typically the electrical pass rate was lower than mechanical. that was surprising to me.

take a look at SE1 38% ouch.

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Guest cmp252

You can go over to "the other place" www.ppi2pass.com and they display their pass rates over the last several years for each discipline. I guess I should say that the civil exam had a high pass rates, not sure about the others.

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I think I remember a first time pass rate of 50% for the Structural I test last fall.

I think ME was 75% last fall.

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Guest vmi2000
I think I remember a first time pass rate of 50% for the Structural I test last fall.

I think ME was 75% last fall.

Oh boy, I really hope I'm in the 34% passing for repeat takers. We'll see.

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Look at that:

PE Naval Architecture/Marine

First time taker: 89%

Repeat taker: 100%

How can this happen? Only a few repeat takers?

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Look at that:

PE Naval Architecture/Marine

First time taker: 89%

Repeat taker: 100%

How can this happen? Only a few repeat takers?

Yeah, I would guess that for the more specific exams, the number of takers is not that high. How many Naval Architects or Marine Engineers do you know?

If I had to guess, I would think the passing rates on those smaller exams bounce around a good bit.

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Guest stompbox

i just hope that i brought up the 34% of repeat takers of the CE exam and not brought it down! :mail-296:

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Guest grover
Yeah, I would guess that for the more specific exams, the number of takers is not that high. How many Naval Architects or Marine Engineers do you know?

If I had to guess, I would think the passing rates on those smaller exams bounce around a good bit.

Quite a few, actually! Though of them, only 1 bothered to get a PE, and he only uses it for consulting on the side...

Using my uncanny abilities, I deduce 10 people took the test, 9 first-time takers and one repeat. All passed but one of the first-time takers.

Edited by grover

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It looks like the SE1 and SE2 didn't change much for 1st timers.

I believe that the pass rate for the SE1 stayed the same for re-takers and went down for the SE2 re-takers.

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Oh boy, I really hope I'm in the 34% passing for repeat takers. We'll see.

Ladies and Gentlemen, let the praying begin...

I really hope i'm in the 67% for Civil PE...

Brian

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Guest Ryzig
Quite a few, actually! Though of them, only 1 bothered to get a PE, and he only uses it for consulting on the side...

Using my uncanny abilities, I deduce 10 people took the test, 9 first-time takers and one repeat. All passed but one of the first-time takers.

FYI- 5 out of 6 passed in Texas. See the link below:

http://www.tbpe.state.tx.us/exam_stats/ppbydis_04_07.htm

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Since there is a lot of speculation as to what the pass rates where, I have attached the April 2006 NCEES Pass rates for those who are interested.

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