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  1. Thank you very much, squaretaper LIT AF PE!
  2. Thank you, Ruggercsc! My score is Initiating: Target Planning: Below Target Executing: Above Target Monitoring and Controlling: Above Target Closing: Below Target Overall: Target
  3. I passed the PMP exam yesterday. It was not easy. The exam date has been rescheduled three times because of the personal family event, busy work, and the Corona situations. I appreciate very much squaretaper LIT AF PE, civil robot, HBO PE, and ruggercsc for all your valuable advice! They were much helpful for me to prepare for the exam. My current job does not require the certificate so I needed to spend a minimum cost. I took the 35hours PDU by $10 Udemy course and read Pambok6 three times. I memorized 49 processes and tried to memorize not all but some of important ITTO for each p
  4. Is there anyone recently took the PMP exam? I am looking for a PMP prep course. I want to take the exam the end of February. Could you advice me which course is good for the six edition handbook?
  5. I have both, a Civil-WRE & Environmental license and an Environmental license. Just for me, the Civil exam was easier than environmental exam. I registered the license as discipline of civil engineer in Washington DC, the civil discipline is not shown up on the certificate.
  6. I passed two PE exams, Environmatal Engineer exam and Civil-Water Resources and Environmatal Engineer exam. The reason was because California does not accept the Environmatal Engineer PE license. I already got the Environmatal Engineer PE license in another state before I moved to CA. My education and work experience have been in the two field.
  7. California allows examinees to take the exam first before work experience approval. I took the 8 hours Civil exam in CA by the NCEES exam registration. After passed I can submit the CA application including work experiences and references for CA specific exams. I can take the CA specific exams after the state approval.
  8. I think somebody here has had the same experience like as now I have. I already have a registered PE license(Environmental Engineering) in CO. But I have been working in CA, So I was trying to find how to transfer my PE to CA Civil -Water Resource and Environmental. It was complicated and really stressful for me. So I took the Civil - Water Resources and Environmental PE exam on Oct 2018 and passed. Meanwhile I recently decided to move to Virginia, so now I stopped studying the two CA specific exams and I am looking for a new job opening in Virginia. I think two PE licenses (E
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