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InfinityX2K4

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About InfinityX2K4

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  • Birthday January 6

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    Transportation / Environmental
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    EIT
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    TI
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    Water Resources

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    Dallas, TX

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  1. Feel free to add to the survey from the last test round I created, we had 102 folks already surveyed at the time of this post: It is anonymous and if we keep adding every test round it would be a great repository for folks in coming years to see what they might be able to expect!
  2. It isn't re-asking, due to the nature of the poll there's was no other way to gauge whether folks were getting both a raise and a bonus or just one of them. You can see that at this point 36 voted no raise, 47 voted no bonus, but only 11+13 voted they not both no raise and no bonus based on if the class was paid for or not (also only 10+3 voted they got both). The poll was made to hide folks individual answers so there is no other way to see across the board if folks were getting both, none or just one of the benefits.
  3. Not sure if you have to be a Supporting Member AND meet a "number of posts" requirement or just the post requirement. I previously was unable to edit even after the supporting membership, but now i can. Maybe 25 or 30 posts?
  4. Not sure if you have to be a Supporting Member AND meet a "number of posts" requirement or just the post requirement. I previously was unable to edit even after the supporting membership, but now i can. Maybe 25 or 30 posts?
  5. After further reading of the Texas legal document you are correct, they can waive the FE and the PE but for the PE waiver you have to have been licensed previously in a state or territory. I suppose this could help those who obtained a PE License before the exam existed to get a Texas License without taking the test. My eyes started to bleed after the first few paragraphs and i started to graze over the info at that point. Thanks!
  6. Just like to thank everyone for the replies and at this point 58 members have voted! Congrats to those being rewarded! Just adding my I firmly believe it is heavily dependent on the industry you work in even more so than the size of the company. Being in Texas I know a bunch of petroleum engineers / mechanical engineers working in petroleum industry who work for large companies and none of them even take the FE exam let alone go for their PE. It seems like there are the 50+ year old PEs who sign the work and everyone else just does production. Eventually a PE will have to take t
  7. Dang, should have added that to the last question! I also did not have to use a vacation day for the actual exam day. I did use vacation to make the TestMaster class dates but they were willing to let me work extra hours during the week to make up for them and they offer a 9/80 schedule which could have saved me some Fridays. Unfortunately my schedule doesn't allow me to take advantage of those options on a regular basis.
  8. No names will be posted! You can add company info in your replies at your own risk Hopefully I set this up correctly but you should be able to select multiple answers on the last question. Just a curiosity poll on how our companies are rewarding folks after becoming a PE. I don't want to be the first to answer in here so I'll wait until some results come in I appologize in advance if it gives you problems and for getting picky about adding decimals )5% and 5.01%, etc)... Didn't want to leave anyone having more than one choice.
  9. Upgraded to supporting member! Thanks to everyone for helping me pass the time between the exam and posted results
  10. Getting word of results posted in Alabama, time to start the map updates! Waiting for TEXAS!
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