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Arjay

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About Arjay

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    Civil Engineering
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    Working on it!
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    Casio
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    Construction

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  1. Hi Matt. Thanks for the quick response.
  2. Hello Everyone. I'm reviewing for the FE and trying to search online for info if I can bring 2 approved calculators during the exam. I have the HP35s which is RPN and the Casio FX115Es which is Algebraic. Right now, I would say about 65% of the functions, I do it faster in HP using RPN mode but there are still things I can do easier on 115Es. If I can bring both in the exam, then thats ok but in case I have to choose only one, then I have to decide which one to use while reviewing. Does anyone know any information about this? Thanks in advance.
  3. Welcome and good luck! Where in TX are you at? Used to worked in Houston and Pasadena from 2013-2016.
  4. Congrats and thank you for your service. Same with sir Freon and everyone here who served and is still serving.
  5. Welcome. First glance at the thread titile, I thought it was "Hello from Mars"
  6. Here's the link. Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Review Goodluck!
  7. How long ago did you graduate? There is a free Coursera FE Class that I tried but felt its not formatted for me who graduated 20 yrs ago. Check it out maybe you'll find it helpful. For myself, I registered for School of PE, FE Review class for January and Feb 2017.
  8. Hi David Hi Shelly! Hi everyone!
  9. Hi mssuthnr! Wow its really nice to know about your experience! Now I'm more motivated than ever So did you enroll in any refresher classes? I just registered for a School of PE class for January. My employer sponsored me so I'm really glad and I'm sure it's going to help me a lot. I did a quick run of some math topics in Coursera in November and I feel like I really have to take a refresher on the theories and principles first. I think at this stage I can more or less remember half of them lol! I know its going to be hard but I'm actually really excited. Wish me luck and Congrats on your PE
  10. Congrats! This thread is a great read btw
  11. Hi Sam. I'm only planning to take the FE for now. I graduated 20 yrs ago and only been working here in the US for 5 yrs. I tried the Coursera FE review but I feel like its not formatted for someone like me who's been long removed from school. I need some refresher on the theories and principles too not just workshops. I registered for the School of PE classes for FE that will start in mid-January next month and ends in 3rd week of Feb. So basically, no I have not started yet seriously
  12. Welcome and hope you get it this time
  13. Welcome! I'm new here too but have been lurking long enough. I'll see you around.
  14. I dont have that like button
  15. Ok. I got the answer on #1 - I called NY Board. Based on them, my school should be accredited by the time I graduated. So my school received the accreditation in 2008 and I graduated in 1996 so my program is not ABET accredited Now, I have to apply for evaluation of my credentials. Also found a partial answer on #2 - 6 yrs experience is required for FE based from their website. Although I'm still not sure if they will consider my experience outside the US.