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Maji

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About Maji

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    PE
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  1. It all depends on the person of course. I took the EET course for Seismic and the CSEPR(?) course for Surveying. The last one was mainly for the CBTs. I spent around 120-140 hours for Seismic and about 80-100 hours on Surveying including practice exams. Best of luck.
  2. I agree with that assessment too!!
  3. I did what ExhibitGuy wrote... and passed Maji
  4. Another vote for EET... I took their Seismic Course and can't say enough good things about the course and the instructor.
  5. My vote goes to EET for seismic. Dr. Ibrahim is one of the best and caring teachers I have seen. I had bought the DVD and book from Dr. Mansour for survey. I think it is a good resource but you need some practice CBTs. Good luck for your studies and exams. Maji
  6. CA Board Meeting

    Congratulations to the newly minted PEs and all the best to those studying hard to become one.
  7. California PE license No.?

    Congrats to all who are now PEs... and good luck to those studying hard to become one.
  8. To those taking the April 2017 exam...

    Good luck everyone!
  9. MORE EET Praise....

    Good luck!
  10. Exam window opening tomorrow

    Best wishes to all taking the exams.
  11. The second equation is not equal to the third equation in your post. Anyway, the second and the third are easy. The second one is d^(2+2/3) = 63.72/(0.353^(2/3)) => d = [63.72/(0.353^(2/3))]^(8/3) . The first one is a quadratic equation in d if you go through the algebra. Of course, you can use your calculator as the previous poster suggested to get the answer. However, sometimes it is good to go through the algebra just to sharpen the old skill set. Good luck.
  12. CA-Seismic exam

    I believe you are right.
  13. CA-Seismic exam

    I don't believe that is correct. The questions are all equally weighted but there are some questions that will not be considered in the final tally. They are for use in future exams and are used as test cases. CAPLS posts here regularly and he can answer that question with authority. Good luck on your exam. Maji
  14. EET Seismic Review

    Chapters 5 and 6 are very important. If you know the concepts there, then 7 thru 13/14 should be fairly easy to understand. Make sure you understand the concept of diaphragms well as you will definitely see a bunch of questions on that portion. Good luck.
  15. EET Seismic Review

    It depends on your background in Seismic Engineering... if you have practice Structural Engineering, then it shouldn't be a problem. If that is not the case, do you know the subject well enough to do practice problems? As your back is against the wall due to time constraints, give it a try. If you have understood the concepts from the first half of the course, you should be able to understand at least some of the remaining concepts. Good luck.
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