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Here it is, guys. A culmination of the results information posted on this forum since it's inception. There are a few states missing from every year, presumably because we had no forum members in those states sitting for the exam. If you find anything wrong, or can fill in some of the missing information, let me know and I will update the spreadsheet. I will also try to keep it up to date from year to year (somebody kick me twice a year to remind me).

Enjoy.

PE_Results_by_State.xls

^^^^ Updated by DVINNY to add APRIL 2010 dates

PE_Results_by_State.xls

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How many engineers would it take to make a website that works? -phase5

Who sat on the scantron machine this time around?

The long wait will all be forgotten if the end result is a 'pass'. If there is a diagnostic report attached, however...

Thanks for putting this together wilheldp! Looks like I should expect results around the 20th of December since that's when the NC results were available the past 2 years.

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Thanks for putting this together wilheldp! Looks like I should expect results around the 20th of December since that's when the NC results were available the past 2 years.

You're welcome.

I want charts and graphs.

Then make them. It's an excel spreadsheet, so you can do with it what you want.

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Thank you so much willheldp! I was needing this information when I go to the OSBEELS board meeting in november to request they either change their notification policies for exam results or their deadline for re-application for examination. that sure saves me a lot of time!

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Thank you so much willheldp! I was needing this information when I go to the OSBEELS board meeting in november to request they either change their notification policies for exam results or their deadline for re-application for examination. that sure saves me a lot of time!

I'm glad my work procrastination project has saved someone else some time and effort. It makes it all worthwhile.

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Awesome.

Just one question...which probably depends on State...but figured I would ask, anyways:

Are letters indicating FAILURE (*gasp*) mailed in larger envelopes than those letters which indicate PASSING?

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Awesome.

Just one question...which probably depends on State...but figured I would ask, anyways:

Are letters indicating FAILURE (*gasp*) mailed in larger envelopes than those letters which indicate PASSING?

speaking from experienc in NC, FAILURE comes in regular size envelope

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Awesome.

Just one question...which probably depends on State...but figured I would ask, anyways:

Are letters indicating FAILURE (*gasp*) mailed in larger envelopes than those letters which indicate PASSING?

Normally the failure letter is a bit thicker as you will have the score percentages and all the papers you need to reapply. I have unfortunately received one in April..... Although that is not certain and I would not interpret anything from envelope. Beleive me it takes only 2-3 seconds for you to see envelope and open it! By the time you get the envelope you are that anxious!

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The main difference is that a failure mailing will contain a letter saying you failed. A passing package, conversely, will have a letter saying you passed.

Seriously guys, you wait 2+ months on your results...do you really need to know if you have passed or failed the femtosecond you open the mailbox?

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The main difference is that a failure mailing will contain a letter saying you failed. A passing package, conversely, will have a letter saying you passed.

Seriously guys, you wait 2+ months on your results...do you really need to know if you have passed or failed the femtosecond you open the mailbox?

Yes.

Next questions...if the mail delivery person is a male, 6'-6" in height and has blackish-brown hair, would he put the FAILURE letter inside my mailbox with his left or right hand? Does this change if he delivers on foot?

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Wasn't ELSES the middle man before but now starting with the exam last week they aren't involved? I'm curious if that will make a difference in the length of the wait???

I thought ELSES was just the test administering arm of NCEES.

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I think the guys that found out via e-mail last april had to log on to either there state board/ELSES/NCEES then recieved the letter from ELSES...or something like that so ELSES was involved in sending the scores. I don't think that's the case now.

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Here it is, guys. A culmination of the results information posted on this forum since it's inception. There are a few states missing from every year, presumably because we had no forum members in those states sitting for the exam. If you find anything wrong, or can fill in some of the missing information, let me know and I will update the spreadsheet. I will also try to keep it up to date from year to year (somebody kick me twice a year to remind me).

Enjoy.

Thanks Man Great Work!

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I think the guys that found out via e-mail last april had to log on to either there state board/ELSES/NCEES then recieved the letter from ELSES...or something like that so ELSES was involved in sending the scores. I don't think that's the case now.

The states where ELSES administers the test and the states where ELSES is allowed to email results directly to test takers is two different lists. For instance, ELSES handled the registration of my exam in Kentucky, but I didn't not receive my results from them via email.

Thanks Man Great Work!

Welcome.

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It looks like ELSES is still there, but it's not a separate piece anymore. Here's part of an ncees licensure exchange article:

Bringing ELSES under the NCEES umbrella will eliminate the cost and red tape associated with treating ELSES as a separate entity,

including the need for separate insurance and legal fees and the need for domestication in various jurisdictions and required annual

fees and reports. Examinees and Member Boards will not see a difference in the services provided by ELSES, but the change should

clear candidates’ and others’ confusion about the connection between ELSES and NCEES.

So it looks like everything is still the same.

Here's a link to the newsletter with the entire article:

Article is on page 3

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When I was looking to see when the last two exam results came in for SC I found these 2 posts...

http://engineerboards.com/index.php?showtopic=9354

http://engineerboards.com/index.php?s=&amp...t&p=6686508

Both say ELSES was involved with sending the e-mails. So now that ELSES is under NCEES, I wonder if that will hurry the results up or delay them.

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