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About jwripple

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    Civil/Geotech
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    PE
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    Civil
  1. I'd appreciate it greatly if anyone has available an ACI 318-08 concrete design excel spreadsheet to help speed up column, beam, footing, slabs, and shear wall design. Thanks in advance.
  2. Passed! Took it in Arizona (Geotech) and my results actually came out on May 22.
  3. Right on, thanks for the info. This way might be easier as I wouldn't have to mail the AZ board and then have them mail it back to the CA board. The NCEES Record Service should be a standard for all states so you shouldn't have to keep asking your supervisors to keep filling out reference forms for different states.
  4. Thanks for the info. If I'm not mistaken Arizona requires only 1 yr of experience (with a MSCE) to take the PE exam but actually requires 3 yrs to receive licensure (a way to take the exam early). If this is true, I won't have my AZ PE licensure, but might have passed the 8 hr exam. Also, by the time I receive my results for the April 2013 exam, the due date for the CA PE exam application will have passed. I am debating on doing the full CA application (8hr + seismic + surveying) just incase I do not pass on the first time and would need to retake the 8 hr exam. Do you know if I do in fact pass the 8 hr exam (AZ), but I am registered to take the 8 hr in CA, can I comity the exam results in lieu of taking the exam (8 hr)? I wil contact the evaluator and see if I can get some answers to this. Thanks I am 9X% sure you would not need to take the 8hr again if you passed it in another state but please do contact the CA state board to make sure. Good luck. Just spoke with the CA board and was informed I would just have to send the AZ board a form which they will fill out and send back to CA for confirmation of passing the 8hr PE exam. Thanks!
  5. Thanks for the info. If I'm not mistaken Arizona requires only 1 yr of experience (with a MSCE) to take the PE exam but actually requires 3 yrs to receive licensure (a way to take the exam early). If this is true, I won't have my AZ PE licensure, but might have passed the 8 hr exam. Also, by the time I receive my results for the April 2013 exam, the due date for the CA PE exam application will have passed. I am debating on doing the full CA application (8hr + seismic + surveying) just incase I do not pass on the first time and would need to retake the 8 hr exam. Do you know if I do in fact pass the 8 hr exam (AZ), but I am registered to take the 8 hr in CA, can I comity the exam results in lieu of taking the exam (8 hr)? I wil contact the evaluator and see if I can get some answers to this. Thanks
  6. Hi All, This coming April I will be taking the 8hr Civil PE Exam in Arizona and I plan on taking the California PE exam (seismic & surveying) this coming October. I am wondering what form do I have to fill out if I do pass the Arizona PE exam in april, so I don't have to retake that exam (8hr) in California? Thanks, James
  7. I believe any state (any state with the appropriate CBT center anyway). But this is just for the CA Survey and CA Seismic exams, not the NCEES 8hr exam. Yup, I still gotta show up on Friday to take the NCEES 8 hr exam but atleast I can schedule to take the CA Survey/Seimic here in Hawaii (2-3 weeks window around april exam to schedule the CBT)
  8. CALPS: Thanks for the input. I didnt realize at first that the CBT could be taken out of state, but found out when I called NCEES and PELSG. Taking it here in Hawaii will definitely save some $$$. nobody1231234: Thanks for the input. After speaking with NCEES and PELSG, they informed about the location change. I am planning on taking the April 2013 exam and they mentioned it would most likely be at the Fairgrounds as well.
  9. Right on, thanks. Does anyone know if the prometric testing center is close to the convention center, as the seismic and surveying exam will now be administered by them?
  10. Hi All, I currently work in Honolulu, HI, howeverer I will be taking the California Civil PE exam (April 2013) because they require less years of experience. Any advice on which city to take it? I was thinking of San Diego because I heard the airport, hotels, and testing center are all close to each other. FYI, I took the EIT at the Cow Palace (Daly City) back in Oct. 09' and froze my a$$ off. Your input is greatly appreciated! Mahalo!
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