Got the good news that I passed PPD through remote proctoring, moving on to PDD now.
I am going through the Ballast book for PDD now and there are a LOT of equations that are not given in the resources available during the exam.
The responsible thing to do would be to spend days committing them to memory and knowing their applications... Is that a reasonable expectation?
Otherwise I am comfortable with taking PDD as there is some overlap with PPD, and I have been doing intensive CD's for +6 years.
Thank you all and good luck!
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