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  1. Thank you both for your replies! I am taking the exam in Florida. I see that EET is based in California and I noticed a lot of people taking it (and testimonies on EET website) are from people in California. I don't suppose it matters where you take the exam right? Is the exam the same everywhere?
  2. Hi, I am taking WRE PE on April 2017 and want to choose between School of PE and EET for the best Breadth session. I have read the previous posts about how good EET is for WRE depth section. But I want to make sure I will not go wrong with Breadth portion since that is the section I am weakest at. Thanks!
  3. Hello everyone, I am filling out my PE application for April 2017 exam and I am (more than) a little confused. In application instructions (page IV of 19) it states that all work experience (engineering and non-engineer) Full time AND part time experience should be stated in my work experience summary form on page 3. However on top of the page, on page 3, the instructions clearly say to write all the Full time work experience in the work experience summary form... 1) So do I need to write the part time experience as well or not? Some other questions: 2) For teaching as graduate teaching assistant (TA), shall I put an unemployment for the gap between the two semesters? 3) How about when I changed jobs and I did not work for a few days? Do I record those few days as gap in unemployment? 4) For any sheet that is stated " add additional sheets if needed" should I copy the same sheet and type in more information or am I adding an empty letter size sheet with my information on it? I appreciate your time guys!
  4. Hello All, I am looking to buy and keep a good water resources engineering reference book to keep for life (a forever bond) since I do now own one. and I have felt the need to get one since I did my bachelor in water engineering and ms in civil-water resources. I need it to be easy to understand. I will also be taking the Water Depth PE and would very much like to be able to use it as a reference. I do have these two books that I can use for hydrology reference and water and waste water reference. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/067399337X/ref=pd_cp_14_1?ie=UTF8&pd_rd_i=067399337X&pd_rd_r=ZGNZTKA7FZDT5K87MMN8&pd_rd_w=yicTh&pd_rd_wg=1AIZO&psc=1&refRID=ZGNZTKA7FZDT5K87MMN8 which i had for my masters and barely used it... https://www.amazon.com/Water-Supply-Pollution-Control-8th/dp/0132337177 used this for my FE. comfortable with it Also I have heard a lot about getting Metcalf's Water and Wastewater book...do you guys think it is a good thing too have for PE considering I already have the above reference? Thanks!!!!
  5. I see thank you so much! I will read and come back! Yes I am very weak on " hemistry/hazardous materials/air/ and general environmental science type stuff", Im stronger on hydraulics and hydrology, some water and wastewater treatment and then basic environmental science that relates to water and wastewater treatment... Thank you so much for all your help I was very confused!
  6. Oh ... That makes sense now! I actually had seen that on ncees but hadn't made the connection between the study materials... so Yes I am planning to take the Civil-WRE exam! and as you suggested will get Water Resources and Environmental Depth reference manual for the depth section and Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam (CERM15P), 15th Edition for the breadth section. For now. Is that a good start?
  7. Hi again! Thank you for the quick response I wasn't sure this forum was really this active! awesome! let me elaborate then. I have a BS in water resources engineering from abroad and an MS in Civil engineering water resources as mentioned above. I am not at all strong in environmental science and chemistry, compared to physical aspects of the water science. I found a new book today: http://ppi2pass.com/water-resources-and-environmental-depth-reference-manual-for-the-civil-pe-exam-cewe.html and I was wondering if any of you knew how it compares with http://ppi2pass.com/environmental-engineering-reference-manual-3rd-edition.html ( It doesnt specify anywhere on the website what is included in the second book but it seems to have better reviews!) Also I started reading the advice others had given on this forum. And http://ppi2pass.com/civil-engineering-reference-manual-for-the-pe-exam-cerm15p.html has been advised several times. Of course I wont be able to find an international edition of this book but for reference/text books I was wondering what you think about international editions of those? I researched and apparently they are legal. Thank you so much and I am really glad to be here!
  8. Hi, I am a new Environmental member here... I recently passes my EIT but have graduated with M.S. from Civil Water Resources in 2012. Meaning, I am here looking to start studying for PE environmental/Water Resources! Any ideas where to start? I was going to get the http://ppi2pass.com/environmental-pe-package-envp6.html package and start with ENVRM. What do you guys think? **For FE, I took Environmental Discipline and studied from FE Review Manual: Rapid Preparation for the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam and Environmental Discipline-Specific Review for the FE/EIT Exam.
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