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  1. Don't give up! I promise EET will make all the difference in the world, from a depth standpoint. Plus, they have a free re-take guarantee if you fail your first attempt after using their review course! Nothing to lose. You've got this!
  2. Circling back to this. I passed this time, my third time taking it, first time in transportation (first two times were in structural, yikes). For the breadth portion, I did self-study each of the three times with some help from the CERM examples in the book, the accompanying Practice Problems and Solutions book you can buy, Civil Engineering Academy Practice Exams (https://civilengineeringacademy.com/breadth), and the official NCEES Practice Exam. In the morning, I exclusively used the CERM as my only reference. I had the 15th edition for all of my attempts, which was still plenty new eno
  3. Nah, no sweat! Just put in the time, and it will all pay off. Enjoy the holidays first and dive in around the end of January, you'll be set.
  4. I know of 3 who aren't on here who also took and all passed, one in transportation, one in construction, one in structural. Does seem light though!
  5. I switched out of structural after failing it twice. I went with it initially because that’s the majority of the classes I took in undergrad, but I switched to transportation because it aligned closer to the work I did. I passed this time in transportation on my first try using EET depth and self-study breadth. It was much, much easier to learn transportation topics than structural, I’ll tell you that. EET was incredible.
  6. I didn’t, I went to Illinois Institute of Technology and graduated in 2016. Small world though! Grew up and lived about an hour and a half NE of Carbondale until a year ago.
  7. Released on CTS around 5:10 ET! Passed transportation!
  8. Illinois is up! Pass on the third time! First time taking transportation and passed, first two times took structural.
  9. You're correct, it goes in order, starting from AM to PM. So 1-8 cover 40 questions, 9-14 cover 40 questions, meaning you were at 21 AM/22 PM. With just a little work on hydraulics and hydrology and geometrics in the morning, you're right there at the passing mark! You got this! For those two topics, the CERM goes through some great material that's usually the extent covered in the AM section.
  10. Per CTS, they'll release Illinois results on their website by COB, which is 5pm CT.
  11. Can't thank you enough for calling! Carrie is the best. Now to wait even more anxiously. Is it bad that I wish it weren't until tomorrow now???
  12. For Illinois I'm assuming, right? Here you go. https://www.continentaltesting.net/OnlineStatus/Login.aspx Enter some basic personal info, select IDFPR and 062 for the drop-downs and it will show your status. The FE will say waived since you've already passed it.
  13. You'll be all the better prepared for it next time because of your experiences this time and your previous go-around! Being comfortable with the exam and taking the exam is insanely valuable to your productivity the day of the test. Don't discount your prior experience! You've got it next time.
  14. Hi everyone! Akin to what @hardhatsandpinkshoes did for Civil - Structural, I wanted to start this thread specific to this discipline for people to report their scores. A huge congratulations to those of you who passed! For those of you who were not as fortunate, please post your state, scores (AM/PM), what attempt number this was, and how you prepared. Best of luck to you next time, and we all believe in you!
  15. Gonna steal this for Transportation if you don't mind! Thanks for bringing this back around, I had forgotten about it!
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