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Radiation Safety / Re: DOE RCT exam, calculator use
« Last post by shehane on Yesterday at 06:40 PM »
INL also allows calculators with the memory cleared and a copy of the conversion section from the RCT core fundamentals manual with some of the formulas.  Seems more important the candidate knows how to use the information rather than being required to memorize formulas like the old days.
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Getting in / Re: psych test
« Last post by Marlin on Yesterday at 02:06 PM »
Or is this a psych(o) test?

Yes

The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI) is a psychological test that assesses personality traits and psychopathology. It is primarily intended to test people who are suspected of having mental health or other clinical issues.

https://psychcentral.com/lib/minnesota-multiphasic-personality-inventory-mmpi/
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Getting in / Re: psych test
« Last post by RDTroja on Yesterday at 12:57 PM »
Getting old sucks.

Beats the alternative...
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Radiation Safety / Re: DOE RCT exam, calculator use
« Last post by Chimera on Yesterday at 10:20 AM »
Here in Paducah, calculators are permitted - as long as the memory has been cleared.  However, a sheet of formulae and conversion factors is made available to the candidate.  There may be too many formulae and not necessarily the preferred conversion factors, but everything is there to successfully complete the exam.  Doe has always been easy that way.  In the bad old days - before the standardized NE Fundamentals - we were expected to know the requisite formulae and conversion factors.
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Getting in / Re: psych test
« Last post by scotoma on Yesterday at 08:45 AM »
What does any of this have to do with a psych test? Or is this a psych(o) test?
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Getting in / Re: psych test
« Last post by Rennhack on Oct 16, 2018, 08:08 »
We went to eat, remember? In Coloma.

Getting old sucks.
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Radiation Safety / Re: DOE RCT exam, calculator use
« Last post by japawlak on Oct 16, 2018, 07:39 »
I’m thinking I don’t want to delete my programs and outdated calculator games. But, to write something useful... graphic calculators are, in fact, allowed. I asked the test administrator. QED
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Puts nuclear on a slightly more level playing field with the "renewable" sources. If you give credits (or tax breaks) to other sources for low or zero emissions, why not nuclear?
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