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    Thread: 2014 IRSE exam results
Post: RE: 2014 IRSE exam results

I have just recieved an email with my results letter today, so it looks like the wait could be over for everyone now or soon. And it was good news too!
steve Waiting for the postie..... 16 50,650 23-02-2015, 02:18 PM
    Thread: Ruler template?
Post: RE: Ruler template?

Thanks Peter, I have got the file from Dorothy via email now, just trying to work out how to print it! But yes others may need it too. Cheers
steve Studing for Module 2 6 21,922 02-10-2014, 11:39 AM
    Thread: Ruler template?
Post: RE: Ruler template?

I know that PJW has provided me with a template for a previous exam attempt. I doubt that I will see him in the next 2 days and would therefore be very grateful if either you, or Peter if he is listen...
steve Studing for Module 2 6 21,922 01-10-2014, 07:51 PM
    Thread: Core Reading for Module 1 / 7
Post: RE: Core Reading for Module 1 / 7

PJW Wrote: (17-03-2009, 07:08 PM) -- I must admit that I hadn't heard of the "blue book" (http://www.dfid.gov.uk/pubs/files/blue-book.pdf)..... -- Likewise, I had not heard of the blue book that ...
steve Studying for module 1 4 25,027 23-03-2009, 04:21 PM
    Thread: Core Reading for Module 1 / 7
Post: RE: Core Reading for Module 1 / 7

For module 1 I would suggest: Yellow book (if applicable to counrty) Blue book (if applicable to country) relevant standards for country use any references you find in these books to expand yo...
steve Studying for module 1 4 25,027 17-03-2009, 03:57 PM
    Thread: 2008 mainline layout attempt
Post: RE: 2008 Mainline Layout

Perhaps I should mention that I didn't gegt very far with the stopping headway calcs, and just cracked on with the layout, I was going to get back to the calcs but ran out of time. I get the feeling I...
steve 2008 26 92,048 07-10-2008, 04:49 PM
    Thread: Module Marking
Post: RE: Module Marking

Maybe a little off topic for this thread, but anyway... Feedback, in a couple of months we'll all be moaning about the lack of it. So, would it not be possible for the IRSE to return to us photo...
steve Regulations 2 12,766 07-10-2008, 09:58 AM
    Thread: 2008 mainline layout attempt
Post: 2008 Mainline Layout

Well I went for a mostly 3 aspect design. I did consider OTW on the single track branch but thought that with the mixed bi-di traffic and levels of use, and more importantly the 1.5 hours exam time...
steve 2008 26 92,048 07-10-2008, 09:41 AM
    Thread: Ways to Fail the IRSE Exam
Post: RE: Ways to Fail the IRSE Exam

PJW Wrote: -- There are now less than 18 weeks remaining for the examination and the number of attempted questions submitted by students so far = 0. Perhaps this feedback is in fact available from o...
steve General exam advice 1 10,733 04-07-2008, 04:16 PM
    Thread: RAMS
Post: RE: RAMS

Further to Peter's post. The London Study Group have Mr Brian Halliday as the guest speaker on 08/09/2008 coming to discuss RAMS. Brian is The Systems Integration & Reliability Engineer at Network Rai...
steve Specific topics 1 13,629 04-07-2008, 12:04 PM
    Thread: 1999 Layout
Post: RE: 1999 Layout

Thanks Peter, the solution is not at all obvious, I would never (in an exam situation) have thought to split the train and use the Goods Loop and Sidings to facilitate this. But now you have suggested...
steve 1999 9 32,996 24-06-2008, 01:36 PM
    Thread: 1999 Layout
Post: 1999 Layout

Is it just me or is the stone terminal (c) on the 1999 layout to short for a 400 metre freight train to fit in and get the loco to run round to the back. At the point where the loco would decouple (ju...
steve 1999 9 32,996 23-06-2008, 01:09 PM
    Thread: London Study Group Important Info
Post: London Study Group Important Info

This is an open invitation to anyone that is interested in attending. The first session this year will be held in Meeting Room 9 Floor 1 1 Eversholt Street London NW1 2DN On Monday 18th ...
steve London 0 7,465 06-02-2008, 06:57 PM
    Thread: Near Miss
Post: RE: Near Miss

Jerry1237 Wrote: -- Steve, have you contacted the office directly as I felt the feedback offered was a little greater? It is not always possible to give detailled feedback simply due to the examiner'...
steve Not what you hoped for ? 8 32,982 06-02-2008, 06:28 PM
    Thread: Near Miss
Post: RE: Near Miss

Well I got a near miss for one of my modules this year and I think that it must be the old style of feedback previously mentioned, as all it states is the question number and then R = reasonable M...
steve Not what you hoped for ? 8 32,982 08-01-2008, 02:35 PM
  Question Thread: Incoming....
Post: RE: Incoming....

It's not just the provinces, I'm in central London and I haven't heard a thing yet! I'll just go and check my pigeon hole again... Steve
steve Waiting for the postie..... 6 22,289 18-12-2007, 05:38 PM