So, it's been pointed out to me that I didn't talk about how my test went last Thursday.
The test was supposed to start at 8:30, so I decided to make it an easy morning. I slept in until 6:00, got ready, and walked to Emery-Go-Round at 7:00.
I only had to wait a few minutes, and the shuttle showed up. Then I had only 1 minute to wait for a San Francisco BART train.
The testing center was at California and Davis, and I was glad that I had talked to a previous test taker and my dad about what it was like. First, I was supposed to take everything out of my pockets, and put all that I carried into a locker. Because, they do treat you like you are a criminal. I was only allowed to bring a calculator and the key to the locker with me into the test. This compared to engineers who were taking the California Seismic portion of the Professional Engineer test, and were allowed to bring 3 text books and a binder of references. I was even given special test center pencils.
The test itself was 3 hours long and consisted of 85 questions. I'll save you the math: that's about 2 minutes and 7 seconds per question. It went pretty well. I had four primary equations memorized as well as a few conversion factors, and there were a few other equations provided in other questions. I ended up finishing about 30 minutes before the clock on the test said the test would be complete. I checked through those questions I had marked to go back to, and I was done.
And so now, the waiting begins. It will be about 90 days according to the guy I studied with which puts it into the new year.
Again, I'll keep yo all posted.