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EngineerKelley

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About EngineerKelley

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    Civil - Water Resources
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  1. Well i'm not sure how they got it either. After calling the licensing board on Wednesday, they said an analyst would call me back within 24-48 hours, but i still haven't heard anything. Honestly i think the analyst look over the applications and make recommendations to the board. I don't see how they can actually look through all the applications in the meeting. As for the amount of experience i received, i though i would have received 56+12 for a total of 68. I acquired all the experience after getting my B.S. Thanks for the support and help.
  2. Anything is possible. My experience from everything i have read and heard from people should have been valid from 04/2006 to present. I was expecting to at least have 68 months of experience (i submitted the application in november) with 56 from experience and 12 months for my masters. I know all the people that gave me a reference and they are more than aware of how hard i work and the quality with which i perform. It just really seems unfair, but all i can do is try to get an explaination and have them re-evaluate my experience maybe with more information given to them. I hope that my references did not mess up dates, but there is a chance. The board actually messed up my supervisors PE application once, giving him like 3 years of extra experience when he was still working on his degree, so mistakes do happen (they caught their mistake the next time he applied for the PE exam). I just think with my luck that is not the case. It's discouraging, my timeline has been pushed back at least 3-4 years! Thanks for replying!
  3. I thought about that, but they allowed me to take the EIT back in 2007 and they upgraded my section code to 43-15-9(2), which is the equivalent of an engineering technology degree. Plus if they did that, i would have had a minimum of 28 months exerience since i got my masters in July 2008 and i submitted my application in November 2010. I am just puzzled! All of my experience has been under a PE, i can't help but think that a mistake was made. Thank you for your reply!
  4. I recently applied to take the PE exam in Georgia and got my letter back concerning my acceptable engineering experience. The months of experience were way below what i was expecting and seem like an error. I am waiting called back by a board member about the issue, but do they every make mistakes on the amount of experience? My qualifications: B.S.: Math and Physics December 2005 M.S.: Systems Engineering July 2008 E.I.T.: December 2007 Engineer for Company since 04/2006 I work for a water authority and deal with designing (including acquiring engineering data for projects) water main, sewer main, lift stations, force mains, for various in-house and large state projects. In addition i solely run the hydraulic water and sewer models for my company. I am classified by the Georgia PE Board Section Code 43-15-9(2), meaning that i need 7 years (84 months) experience. I currently have 59 months of actual engineering work experience after college plus a masters degree in engineering that i did at night after my work day. The board stated i had acquired only 24 months of acceptable experience! Am i missing something or did they accidently make a mistake? Please Help, i just want a possible explaination!
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