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# billyluv

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Civil Construction
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Civil
1. ## Determine Elevation of High Point

Hello, Would you have the time to show how you worked the problem? can't seem to get the high point sta. Thanks, Bill Hall I got everything except for the STA @ HP 3.2 + ? = 340.6 Thanks again. AHH! I got it!` 3.2 from the PVC............
2. ## Determine Elevation of High Point

Hello, Would you have the time to show how you worked the problem? can't seem to get the high point sta. Thanks, Bill Hall I got everything except for the STA @ HP 3.2 + ? = 340.6 Thanks again.
3. ## Determine Elevation of High Point

Hello, Would you have the time to show how you worked the problem? can't seem to get the high point sta. Thanks, Bill Hall
4. ## AM Construction Problem - Most Nearly Term in the Question

I got \$233,131.31 as well. "C" is most nearly. I think the trick here is the the .5 mean water level. Failure in this subtraction will put you at i\$240, which would be "D".

6. ## Has anyone taken the learnengineering.com class? Feedback appreciated.

Thanks Mark! I defiantly like your site and sample questions. I've already started reviewing. I agree that I need a real-person class and change my study tactics. I spent a lot of time studying non exam material the last few times. I need direction and I need to stay focused on construction. Thanks for the help! Looking further into learncivilengineering website: This is what I need. Strategy outline, study guides, defined areas of study and an App to help me keep committed! Thanks,
7. ## Has anyone taken the learnengineering.com class? Feedback appreciated.

Thanks Mark! I defiantly like your site and sample questions. I've already started reviewing. I agree that I need a real-person class and change my study tactics. I spent a lot of time studying non exam material the last few times. I need direction and I need to stay focused on construction. Thanks for the help!
8. ## Has anyone taken the learnengineering.com class? Feedback appreciated.

Thanks Road Guy. I really appreciate your feedback and suggestion with Test Masters. Sounds like I need to stay with construction and grind it out.
9. ## Please recommend a Civil/Construction review course

Thanks Stealtharsenal PE
10. ## Has anyone taken the learnengineering.com class? Feedback appreciated.

@Road Guy; I've been out of school for 25 years which makes it tough. I work for the Railroad/ signal construction. Very few calculation or design work. Mostly field inspection. Took it twice under electrical/computer electronics. 1st time very poorly prepared. 2nd time came 10 questions short. Switched to civil/construction. still about 10 questions short. Either going to stay with construction or switching to geotech. My background is broad-range with the first part of my career heavy construction/ multistory construction as a project manager. The second half a combination of electrical/ electronics and construction. I hold a General contractor's, Mechanical and plumbing license in several states. I really did poorly in 3 catagories structural and temp structures. Mastering these 2 areas and maintaining my current exam knowledge should put me over the top. But, I do realize I need help. Thanks for your help or in-site/advice.
11. ## Has anyone taken the learnengineering.com class? Feedback appreciated.

I'm trying to choose a prep course to take for the civil/construction PE exam. I'm a 3 time looser and have to wait until April 2015 to sit again. I took the NC State prep course last time but still fell short. I need some help! Any feedback would be deeply appreciated.
12. ## Please recommend a Civil/Construction review course

Thanks! I'm getting serious and dedicated to studying again after the Holiday. I like the way you explain, in detail, how the answers to the questions were calculated.

Thanks
14. ## Please recommend a Civil/Construction review course

I will confirm that. I passed construction in my first attempt and did 100% what learncivilengineering told me. They have nice study plan and good examples. After that I checked CERM and it was hard. Took the exam and it was more like examples I did from LCE than CERM. I've been looking at their site. I like it. Although I'm having a little difficulty navigating through the site. Thanks for the help. I too think CERM is too hard.
15. ## Please recommend a Civil/Construction review course

Not sure what you mean by "understand the fundamentals", but I'm a Testmasters fan because they take the opposite approach: if you want to learn someone, take a college course; if you want to pass an exam; apply these strategies. Rather than explain theory, they focused on approach. Thanks for the recommendation. I'll check them out. I like the approach.
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