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  1. They did release some on Friday. I was on the list.
  2. Yeah I passed the 10 business days a while back.
  3. I passed the exam this spring on my first attempt. Highly recommended these books as all of them including the practice exams were helpful for me during the exam. ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam, 15th Ed, Lindeburg PE,Michael R. $195 2. A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets 2011, AASHTO (Green Book) $270 3. Highway Capacity Manual: HCM 2010 (3 Volume Set), TRB Publications $195 4. PE Civil: Transportation Practice Exam $30 5. OSHA Construction Standards and Regulations (29 CFR 1926) $30 6. Practice Exam for the Civil PE Exam: BREADTH + TRANSPORTATION DEPTH (Sample Exams for the Civil PE Exam) (Volume 4), Goswami P.E., Dr. Indranil $15 7. Breadth Exam 2016, Goswami P.E., Dr. Indranil $15 8. Civil PE Practice Exam: Breadth Exam Version A, B, C PE Prepared LLC $45 ($15 each) 9. Transportation Depth Practice Exams for the Civil PE Exam, Gerbetz PE, Dale R $95 10. Practice Problems for the Civil Engineering PE Exam: A Companion to the Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 15th Ed, Lindeburg PE, Michael R. $45 11. Transportation Depth Six-Minute Problems for the PE Civil Exam, Voigt PE PLS, Norman R. $30 Has Markings Message me if you are interested. $890 for everything. Shipping is flexible based on location. I prefer Paypal or Venmo.
  4. Called them yesterday, they are currently reviewing applications submitted on the first week of May. I thought that was strange as I would assume the applications would be coming in after May 24. I think you have to be proactive and reach out to them instead of vice versa.
  5. I took the CLEP exams to cover the General Ed "deficiencies" just to avoid dealing with Boards and possible hoops that they would likely ask me to jump. It's annoying to give those exams but I'd prefer that than dealing with state Boards in this matter. Just my personal preference.
  6. Wondering how much time NC takes to process initial licensure applications. I've submitted the NCEES Record and the short online form this week. If anyone has gone through this process, please share your experience. Also, anyone who is currently applying please feel free to chime in.
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