PPD testing strategies?

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    Layne Hunton (Edited )

    I had studied older material from BDCS and BS then when I got the Ballast book I went through the 500 some pages that cover PPD material.

    I'll say from my experience Ballast was a big help, seemed to cover everything, and would recommend it if you have the time to read a lot.

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    Erin Rensink

    Thank you for the recommendation! I have until the 19th - and this is my last exam - so the Ballast book would be a good investment.

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    Erin Rensink (Edited )

    I thought that maybe I could buy the Ballast materials separately by division. Bummer!

     

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    Brendan Reilly

    Layne,

    Did you find that the extensive amount of calculations/equations helped you? I test next week after taking PPD. Currently almost finished with Ballast PDD, but I've found that the exhausting amount of equations for the different forces and whatnot are not sticking at all. On PDD they provided the equations, but is it more about understanding how they work?

    I've felt the Ballast PDD to be very Structures-heavy. I've also read through old BDCS and BS material for PPD.

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