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  1. I believe this is mainly to make sure that you don't have any materials stowed away that you're not allowed to have. A box is a bit more easy to search than a tote bag.
  2. I brought my materials in without a box or container, so that's also an option. I believe the restriction is that you're only allowed as many references as will fit in a banker's box.
  3. In the post above it shows results being released as early as the 6th of the month. But I'll take your word for it and be patient. 🙂
  4. I didn't get any email yet. Is this for August?
  5. Agreed, that would be nice. I took Seismic on the 29th just so that I wouldn't have to wait an entire month for results. However, last month's results were somewhere in the 3rd week of the month, I believe. Could be the same for us...
  6. Sounds like a few of you guys work for the state, then? Caltrans? Didn't realize there were so many of us on this forum.
  7. They do normally come out on the same day, a few hours apart.
  8. They don't publicize "passing scores", although if you don't pass, you'll typically get a breakdown of the topics you'd need to work on etc. Results usually come out within the second or third week of the month, but the exact day varies.
  9. I believe your results are released in the month following your exam date. So, in your case, they would be released in August. Not sure if that will change with all that's going on. From what I've seen, you're only able to take the exam once within the revised Q3-Q4 time frame, so if you don't pass, you'll have to wait until Q1 of 2021. This was on the Prometric website: * Due to the temporary closure of the exam sites in parts of Quarter 1 and Quarter 2 as a result of Covid-19, a one-time modification is being made to the testing availability for the remainder of 2020. Quarters 3 an
  10. I'm not quite sure what you mean by this. I originally was supposed to test in Q1 - my Seismic exam was scheduled for March 28th.
  11. I also just got a new ATT - no dates in July available, so I went for late August. I also paid the fee again, but I've already gotten a refund for my cancelled exam. I hope that's how they're treating this. My original date was March 28th - it would be nice for those who were close to their exam date to get a little head start.
  12. So they're pushing everyone to Q3 and Q4? Good to know that at least. I have been studying for Seismic since early February and I think I'll take a little break if the earliest I can test is in July. For some reason I'm not receiving these communications from the Board or Prometric, so I have had to do a lot of reaching out to figure out what's going on. Glad to have this forum to keep me in the loop!
  13. I was thinking the same thing about 50% capacity - seems like it would at least help to get some of us out of the way. I don't know how long they can keep cancelling and postponing exams.
  14. FYI - Just got an email this morning that says my new date for Seismic (May 23rd) has also been cancelled, and that they're not rescheduling any dates before June 1st.
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