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About danielle.passaglia

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    Mechanical HVAC
  • License
    EIT
  • Discipline
    Mechanical

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  1. Passed Mechanical HVAC. Morning felt a lot easier to me than the afternoon. The morning session, I was super confident on 32 of the questions. The other 8, I got one of the answers in the multiple choice but wasn't 100% sure they were correct. I estimated I got about half of those correct. The afternoon portion was harder for me. There were 12 that I was not 100% sure about, and out of those, there were 2 that were complete guesses.
  2. I Passed! first time taking Mechanical HVAC. So happy it's over with.
  3. No I haven't. I am still confused as to the process Illinois goes through. Will we get an email from NCEES? or CTS, or the board of IL?
  4. I called the Illinois board out of curiosity. Now the man I spoke to didn't seem like he knew much about it, however he said they weren't scheduled to meet until the 29th.. Could that be right? I didn't think they would have such a gap. Again, he didn't seem too sure of what he was saying so not sure if he has it wrong. I'm getting impatient
  5. Anyone know how long Illinois usually takes after the first states' release? Do we think it'll come out today?
  6. I am currently studying for my PE in April. I have been doing the HVAC and Refrigeration practice problems from Engineering Pro Guides. One of the solutions to a problem uses an equation/conversion that differs from the formula I am familiar with and also contradicts a previous solution with the correct formula. Am I missing an additional step or is this solution incorrect? Solution 15 is what I believe to be incorrect, while Solution 3 seems to use the formula correctly. This is specifically in regards to the use of air density which is 0.075 IBM dry air/1ft3 between the two solutions. Any th
  7. I am currently studying for my PE in April. I have been doing the HVAC and Refrigeration practice problems from Engineering Pro Guides. One of the solutions to a problem uses an equation/conversion that differs from the formula I am familiar with and also contradicts a previous solution with the correct formula. Am I missing an additional step or is this solution incorrect? Solution 15 is what I believe to be incorrect, while Solution 3 seems to use the formula correctly. Any thoughts are appreciated. Thanks.
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