Take a good dictionary into the exam if you’re a non-native English speaker, or if you went into Engineering to avoid writing!
Always make sure your units match those in the alternative answers.
Approximately 75-80% of the transportation related problems will come from information related to the HCM and AASHTO Green Book.
As you go through the test, remember that some of the problems may contain facts that you may find useful in subsequent questions.
Attitude matters — be confident and careful.
Decide long before the exam on which afternoon emphasis you’ll be taking.
Don’t expect all the morning questions to be easy, and all the afternoon’s to be tough — it works both ways.
Don’t read things into the problem, but read each carefully — like an engineer! Then, read it again. Sometimes, you will catch something the second time through that you did not see on the first reading.
Know your licensing board rules.
Don’t underestimate this brute of an exam — when was the last time you put your head down for 480 minutes in one day?