HHC 2018 Update
richard1941 at gmail.com
Wed May 2 06:20:16 MDT 2018
Ok, some exam questions may have been written as recently as 1940. I am
surprised that they allow ANY calculator. Also, they do not require slide
rule users to clear their instruments upon leaving the examination room;
the slide rule settings are, after all, a form of memory that could encode
On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 11:59 PM Walter Bonin <walter.bonin at web.de> wrote:
> Are you sure about the 19th century? I didn't guess the NCEES being SO
> conservative ...
> *Gesendet:* Mittwoch, 02. Mai 2018 um 03:08 Uhr *von:* "richard
> If you have access to Sam Kim, please inform him that the HP-35s is one of
> the few calculators permitted on the professional engineer's exams. The
> other being the TI-30XS and its cousins. Not even programmable, totally
> lame (but probably better than a slide rule or abacus). NCEES is concerned
> that a machine might be used to copy and release exam questions. They
> cannot create new questions because the authors of the questions all died
> in the last half of the 19th century.
> NOT sent from that galldurned iPhone with its crippled bluetooth and
> authoritarian restrictions.
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NOT sent from that galldurned iPhone with its crippled bluetooth and
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