trying to figure out the cut score, whether CBT or P&P is futile.Sorry to hear @DuranDuran. I hope you pass on Jan 7th!
In the diagnosis, do we get to know how many questions we did right? Can you let us know how many you got or what you think the passing score might be? Just trying to figure out if the passing score has lowered now in CBT format.
Thanks.@Rajan, if you look in the NCEES examine guide (link: https://ncees.org/wp-content/uploads/ExamineeGuide_November-2020.pdf), there is an excerpt on page 13 that says:
"All exams include a limited number of pretest items that will not be scored and will not have an impact on your results. This is common practice within high-stakes testing and allows NCEES to evaluate the pretest items for potential use in future exams. These items are randomly placed within the exam and are not identifiable as pretest items."
I feel like you're the real MVP here - learning like 98% of the test topics to pass!Phew! I passed!
Shout out to @Zach Stone, P.E.. I would not have passed without taking his course. From the free practice exam I won from Zach on these forums, to the endless hours that guy must put in, he is the man. I am a corrosion engineer who never uses any of what is tested on except for the small portion on soil resistivity. I had to relearn everything required to pass the PE exam. His classes are absolutely necessary if you are serious about passing. Well that and about 400+ hours of studying... Congrats to everyone who passed and good luck to everyone else! You got this.