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  1. I did bring the three books of HSM but it does not including anything if my memory is right. But who knows... It is still necessary to bring it to the PE exam.
  2. First time taker and have passed the April PE exam too. Now I am waiting for the PE license. But it is still not easy to find a suitable job...Now interviewers talk about work experience. I do have license and 4 year experience and an Asian male... I definitely can speak English
  3. I just got notification from NCEES that I passed the PE exam of April 2019 so I want to sell some books as listed below. 1) Highway Capacity Manual 6th Edition: A Guide for Multimodal Mobility Analysis: $200 (I bought it from TRB book store with the full price of $250) 2) A Policy on Geometric Design of Highways and Streets, (The Green Book) 6th Edition: $200 (I bought it from AASHTO book store with the full price of $275) 3) PE Civil Practice Problems Sixteenth Edition, NEW Edition: $40 (I bought it from Amazon with the price of $80) with some pen/pencil markings 4) PE Civil Reference Manual Sixteenth Edition, NEW Edition: $ 80 (I bought it from Amazon with the price of $100), 5) Transportation Depth Reference Manual for the Civil PE exam Second edition: $10 (I bought it from PPi2Pass last year. You may used it although the 3rd edition is available online). 6) Transportation Depth Six-Minute Problem for the PE Civil Exam Six edition: $10 (I bought it from PPi2Pass last year. You may used it although the 7th edition is available online) All the sale prices do not include shipping fees. The shipping charges could vary based on the weight of different books.
  4. Can I bring a small clock to the test room instead of a wrist watch? BTW, whether the clocks or the watches must be analog ones not digital ones? Many thanks
  5. I find some resources online about the changes as follows. But based on this source, I do not think there are a notable changes related to PE exam since PE exam focused on different areas? More Capacity at Roundabouts Addition of Alternative Intersections Addition of Free Right Turn Lanes at Signalized Intersections Addition of Auxiliary Through Lanes at Intersections Addition of Diverging Diamonds Addition of Work Zone Capacity Analysis Addition of Managed Lanes Adding Adjustment Factors for Weather & Incidents Tweaking Level of Service A threshold for Urban Streets
  6. I found CERM 15 includes two chapters 46 and 47 of structure analysis about indeterminate statics and other advanced topics (my area is transportation engineering). I wonder if PE exam would include them in its morning civil breadth exam? Many thanks!
  7. I find the reviews about this PE Civil Practice Problems 16 ed on amazon are very low. I wonder if it is necessary to buy this book. Thanks
  8. Thank you for your reply. I wonder if you mean the one that can be downloaded from scribd.
  9. I want to have/buy CERM 15 ed pdf. I do have a CERM 15 ed hardcopy but it is super heavy for me to carry. Many thanks
  10. I just contacted the AASHTO store and the NCEES. Both said at least the 6th edition is still useful for PE exam in April 2019. As Rebeccah623 said, the specification in NCEES website still would use the 6th edition for the PE exam in April 2019.
  11. I only have a CERM 15 edition hardcopy. but it is very heavy for me to carry. I wonder if anyone who can share the pdf or know where I can buy the pdf? Many thanks!
  12. I have the same concern since I am going to take the PE exam April 2019. I agree with Rai's comment. But I am going to ask PE board or AASHTO to get an answer if possible.
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