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  1. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    So far Castle Worldwide in NYC-Queens College seems to be non-compliant with the NCEES table size regulations with tiny 3.5 foot school tables. Very odd. Far off from the required 8 feet for 2 people or 6 feet for 1 person.
  2. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    The NCEES representative quoted the manual to me over the live chat on their website. Not sure if it is publicly available. 8 feet for 2 people or 6 feet for 1 person.
  3. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    Yes, that is what NCEES told me.
  4. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    Why does castle worldwide not follow NCEES regulations in the Proctor Manual? Apparently other proctors like in oregon have the 6 or 8 ft long tables required by NCEES. I am surprised no one has complained after all these years. I do not think it is very likely that they will change the test site or buy 100s of new tables.
  5. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    Does anyone remember how long the tables were at Queens College or any test site? When I took the FE there it was around 3.5 feet long and they were cheap and wobbly. But when I asked NCEES about the regulation about the sizes of the exam table they told me 8 feet per 2 people or 6 feet for 1 person. This supposed to be in the Proctor Manual. Did queens college ever change this?
  6. PB&Jelly

    Table set up at exam

    When do you get the official address to the " Location: New York City Area" for the PE Exam? I am assuming it is at Queens College but can this change until you get the exam authorization sent out 2 weeks prior to the exam date?
  7. PB&Jelly

    Get approved for P.E. exam

    Yes, I got the approval. How about You?
  8. PB&Jelly

    How I Passed April 2017 Civil/Str Exam

    For example I have been using my old textbooks, aisc 13, and aci 318-11 since I got out of school and into work. I would imagine that the newer editions do not require new methods of designing steel or concrete. Am I correct? What kind of question would they ask that is specific to the aisc 14 or aci 318-14?
  9. PB&Jelly

    How I Passed April 2017 Civil/Str Exam

    I probably use one edition older than what NCEES list has the current designs standards used on the 2018 PE exam. Did anyone find that using an older edition of CERM, AISC, ACI, make any difference for structural pm or am portion?
  10. PB&Jelly

    New York License Watch April 2018

    I probably use one edition older than what NCEES list has the current designs standards used on the 2018 PE exam. Did anyone find that using an older edition of CERM, AISC, ACI, make any difference for structural pm or am portion?
  11. PB&Jelly

    Get approved for P.E. exam

    Yeah, I see what you are saying but according to the Nyers who passed April 2018 Pe on this forum, even issuing licenses is taking an strangely long amount of time in NY.
  12. PB&Jelly

    Get approved for P.E. exam

    I had all my paperwork mailed out in mid to late April. I had a direct supervisor sign my form but never got any notices from NYS. Did they email you? or mail you a letter? Hopefully they approve us soon.
  13. PB&Jelly

    Get approved for P.E. exam

    I am confused as to why the approval to sit for the exam is taking so long. Is it taking you just as long? Did you ever get an approval? Do you know if getting approved late will affect the availability of getting a seat in October? I am worried there will be no seats left at my location.
  14. PB&Jelly

    Civil engineering dictionary

    I was planning on bringing the reference manual from lindebburg but still have not heard back from the board. Did you already get approval to sit for the exam?
  15. PB&Jelly

    New York License Watch April 2018

    Maybe someone should contact the state senator, congressman, or governor.
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