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  1. Starting November 10 (Tuesday), the FE-CIVIL Review course will be taught via online webinars. The class will be held over 8 weeks, meeting Tuesdays and Thursdays (6 PM – 9 PM EST). Lectures will be recorded and archived for unlimited viewing. The 16 lectures will cover all 18 topics on the current FE CIVIL syllabus. The cost for the 48 hour course will be $600. To find out more details about the course, write to Dr. Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com
  2. My son takes weekly music (Indian classical) lessons from someone in the Washington area. This teacher is going through an incredible array of misfortunes. He has battled a bleeding disorder since he was 16, something that has never allowed him to leave his regular job (because of health insurance issues) and pursue music full-time. He is a little older than me, barely on the wrong side of 50. In the past couple of years, his internal hemorrhages have become so frequent that he has had to have as many as three transfusions (to replace the clotting factor in his blood) a week. On top of that, he is now dealing with two other major potentially life-threatening illnesses, while worrying about the health of his mother in India, who has been diagnosed with severe kidney disease and has just started dialysis. He cannot even travel to India to see his mother because the regular blood transfusions he needs cannot be arranged for a short term. The overwhelming stress of it all has now triggered heart problems. In February, he had five mini heart attacks in the space of a week. When the angioplasty was started, his bleeding prevented the procedure from being completed. So now, that problem has to be addressed with medicine. He is incredibly talented - having learnt from several of the foremost exponents of Indian classical music, such as Pandit Chinmoy Lahiri, Pandit V G Jog and Pandit Ajoy Chakravarti. He has performed on stage with many world class luminaries in Indian classical music. On top of that, he is a fantastic teacher, as I know from personal experience. I offered to start an online fundraising campaign for him, but he vehemently refused. In fact, I am writing this without telling him, because he would probably ask me not to. So, if you are in reasonably good health, count your blessings. As you all know, I teach a Civil PE Review Course online. In the past, I have sometimes done a free all day workshop (mainly geared towards the breadth exam) – once to raise funds for CARE, and another time to raise money for the Red Cross right after the devastating flooding in the central states. This time, I am thinking of doing such a workshop to raise funds (donate as you like) to help out this truly outstanding person. I am thinking of a 3 hr + 1 hr break + 3 hr day (online webinar) on Saturday April 4th, which is about 10 days before the April exam. The question is, would there be interest in something like it? I can be reached at civilpereview@gmail.com Indranil Goswami
  3. This document has all relevant information about the PE (Civil) Review Course to be given August - October 2014. The start date is August 12, 2014. 1. You must buy the All In One book on your own (should you choose to use it as a reference). It used to be included as course material, but it is both cheaper and expeditious for the students to order their own copy, should they choose to use it, either as their primary or secondary reference. 2. Alternate ‘lectures’ are now converted to pure problem solving sessions. These problems will be chosen carefully by the instructor, so as to have the necessary variety and coverage of necessary knowledge areas. Students are encouraged to send in specific questions they want to see discussed. Approximately 30 problems will be discussed in a typical 3-hour session. 3. A capstone session is added at the end of the course (lecture 21) where ‘last minute’ questions from all 5 subject areas will be discussed. This session will also allow us to address queries about the end-of-course practice exam which will be sent out 4 days before this session. This is envisioned as a student-led session, where the class participants ask questions (either broad subject based, or specific question based), to be addressed by the instructor. This addition increases the direct contact time for the course from 60 hours to 63 hours 4. The cost to enroll in the 63-hour course is $850. The anticipated start date for the October 24, 2014 PE exam is August 12, 2014. For registration completed by June 28, 2014, the discounted cost is $750. 5. Candidates who are unsuccessful in the PE exam (the one administered immediately following the conclusion of the review sessions) are welcome to attend the next course sessions at no charge. The features of the highly successful course that remain unchanged are: 1. All lectures taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami, who has taught the PE Review for 12 years. 2. Course delivery is via live online WEBINARS. The meeting time is Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 pm – 9 pm Eastern Time (EDT or EST). Lecture 1 is a Tuesday. So is Lecture 21. 3. Lectures recorded and archived on Google Plus. Lecture videos are uploaded to Google Plus within 12 hours of completion of the live lecture. Never miss a lecture! 4. Approximately 600 pages of course notes (PDF) are shared with students upon registration. So, with early registration, you can start your personal review ahead of the course start. 5. Approximately 300 practice problems (PDF). These are organized into 10 sets – one AM and one PM set or each subject. These are also shared with students upon registration. CONTACT For more information, or to request an enrolment form, contact Dr. Indranil Goswami at indranil.goswami@morgan.edu or civilpereview@gmail.com
  4. Nearly 500 practice problems from all 18 subject areas of the FE –CIVIL examination Now available on Amazon ISBN-13: 978-1495214288 437 pages List Price $79.95 Effective January 2014, the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) exams are drastically different. The new format, to be delivered via CBT (computer based testing), will become the norm in 2014. The exam can be taken throughout the year, unlike the twice a year schedule. The syllabus for the new FE CIVIL exam is very different from the one you would have taken if you took the paper test (last one October 2013). The test will now have approximately 5 hours and 20 minutes available for approximately 110 questions. In the past, AM questions were of the 2 minute variety and PM questions were of the 4 minute variety. Now, you have about 3 minutes per question. So, the average pace of the exam is about the same. This book has a mix of approximately 500 questions as recommended in the official syllabus (www.ncees.org). The only reference that should be used is the FE Reference Handbook, 9th edition, preferably the electronic (PDF) version, since the CBT exam will be supported by a PDF version of the handbook rather than a hardcopy. This book contains questions from Mathematics, Probability & Statistics, Computational Methods, Ethics, Engineering Economics, Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics & Hydrology, Environmental Engineering, Construction, Geotechnical Engineering, Surveying, Structural Analysis, Structural Design & Transportation.
  5. Based on several requests for once a week weekend sessions, this class will now meet Saturdays 10 am to 2 pm (EDT) just like it was offered the last time instead of the Tuesday&Thursday schedule originally posted. The new start date is May 24th. The end date is August 9th . 12 sessions x 4 hrs per session = 48 hours
  6. FE Review Course - General and Civil Topics Course dates: May 20th - July 10th Class meets Tuesday and Thursday 6 pm - 9 pm EDT 8 weeks; two nights a week; 16 lectures x 3 hours = 48 hours The following subject areas will be reviewed: MATHEMATICS, PROBABILITY & STATISTICS, ETHICS & PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE, STATICS, DYNAMICS, MECHANICS OF MATERIALS, MATERIALS, COMPUTATIONAL TOOLS, STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS, STRUCTURAL DESIGN, FLUID MECHANICS, HYDRAULICS & HYDROLOGY, ENVIRONMENTAL, GEOTECHNICAL, SURVEYING, TRANSPORTATION, CONSTRUCTION Contact indranil.goswami@morgan.edu or civilpereview@gmail.com
  7. We would like to thank Indranil Goswami for the second of two give aways this month! What you need to do is post in this thread that you are interested in the giveaway and I will select a random winner on February 28th. So you must post by then. I will notify the winner and will contact them via PM about getting them their FREE book! Thanks again Two new Civil PE Practice Exams (40 questions + Solutions in each exam) created by Dr. Indranil Goswami. All of these questions are different from the breadth exams in the McGraw Hill publication by the same author, which came out in 2012. Formatted in the same manner as the NCEES exams, and representing an appropriate level of difficulty, these practice exams can provide additional exam practice when preparing for the Civil PE Exam.
  8. NEW CIVIL PE PRACTICE EXAMS (BREADTH) 2 new Civil PE Practice Exams (40 questions + Solutions in each exam) created by Dr. Indranil Goswami will become available on September 30th, 2013. These questions are different from the breadth exams in the McGraw Hill publication by the same author, which came out in 2012. Formatted in the same manner as the NCEES exams, and representing an appropriate level of difficulty, these practice exams can provide additional exam practice for the October 25th exam. The cost for the two-exam set is $35. Payment can be made via Paypal (use Indranil.goswami@morgan.edu as payee)
  9. Indranil Goswami's review courses for FE CIVIL (start date Feb 1, 2014) and PE CIVIL (start date Jan 28, 2014) exams will close rosters at the end of next week (Friday January 17, 2014)
  10. The 21 lecture review course for the CIVIL PE EXAM taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami will start Jan 28 2014. Contact indranil.goswami@morgan.edu for more details.
  11. NEW FORMAT FOR THE FE EXAMS COMING IN APRIL 2014 As you may know, the FE exam is changing dramatically in 2014. The new format, to be delivered via CBT (computer based testing), will become the norm in 2014. The last paper-based exam will be the upcoming October 2013 exam. No more waiting for the exam twice a year. Beginning in January 2014, the FE and FS will be administered during four testing windows throughout the year: January–February, April–May, July–August, and October–November. Registration will be open year-round. What this means is that you will be able to schedule your exam on the date and time of your choice during each testing window. You will first select your location, and then you’ll choose from the available time slots. During the month between testing windows, no time slots will be available. Thus, there will be no testing during Solstice and Equinox months. Hmmm, I wonder why? DR. INDRANIL GOSWAMI’S REVIEW COURSE FOR THE FE-CIVIL EXAM Dr. Indranil Goswami has taught review courses geared towards the General FE exam as well as the Civil PE exam for over a decade. He has written several books based on these experiences: 1. A chapter on Surveying in the FE Civil Discipline Review book, published by Kaplan AEC Publishing. 2. The All In One Guide for the Civil PE exam, currently in 2nd edition, by McGraw Hill. Publishers. 3. The All In One Practice Exams book for the Civil PE exam, by McGraw Hill Publishers. SYLLABUS OF THE NEW CIVIL EXAM The syllabus for the new FE CIVIL exam is vastly different from the one you would have taken if you took the paper test (last one this October). In fact, the changes are quite favorable to Civil Engineers. No more Chemistry, Electrical Circuits or Thermodynamics (these three topics would have been 12.5% of your total points if you took the GENERAL AM + CIVIL PM approach, and a whopping 26% of your total points if you took the GENERAL AM + GENERAL PM approach). Instead, the new syllabus focuses more on the subject areas that directly support the field of Civil Engineering, thus bringing it more in line with the Civil PE exam, albeit on a simpler level. THE TEST The test will now be 6 hours long (instead of 8 hours), with approximately 5 hours and 20 minutes available for actual test (the rest of the time is for a tutorial, a break and a follow-up survey). In those 320 minutes, you will be expected to answer 110 questions. In the past, AM questions were of the 2 minute variety and PM questions were of the 4 minute variety. Now, you have about 3 minutes per question. So, the average pace of the exam is about the same. The candidate can choose when to take the break – i.e. after answering 55 questions and reviewing and submitting the answers, the candidate can take the break, even if only 1:20 has elapsed. This will mean they will have the remaining 4 hours to answer the remaining 55 questions. Dr. Indranil Goswami’s background in FE and PE review Dr. Goswami’s PE (Civil) review course has been very successful over the past decade. The candidates’ pass rate is significantly higher than national rates, for both first-timers as well as for repeat takers. Since the new FE (Civil) exam places a great deal of emphasis on ‘Civil-oriented’ topics and de-emphasizes Chemistry, Electrical Circuits or Thermodynamics, the redesigned FE review course offers a much more focused review of topics than would have been possible before (a total review for the previous GENERAL AM + CIVIL PM exam would have required at least a 60-hour review course. SCHEDULE FOR THE NEW FE-CIVIL COURSE Starting February 1 (Saturday), the completely overhauled FE Review course will be taught for the first time, via online webinars. The class will be held over 10 Saturdays (10 AM – 2 PM). Lectures will be recorded and archived for unlimited viewing. A free informational webinar about the changes to the new FE exam and the structure of the proposed FE Civil review course will be conducted on Saturday November 2, 2013. To be included in the roster of the free webinar, send an email to Dr. Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com COST The cost for the 40 hour course will be $550. If you enroll prior to December 1, 2013, you are entitled to a $100 discount from this course fee. To find out more details about the course, write to Dr. Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com
  12. NEW FORMAT FOR THE FE EXAMS COMING IN APRIL 2014 As you may know, the FE exam is changing dramatically in 2014. The new format, to be delivered via CBT (computer based testing), will become the norm in 2014. The last paper-based exam will be the upcoming October 2013 exam. No more waiting for the exam twice a year. Beginning in January 2014, the FE and FS will be administered during four testing windows throughout the year: January–February, April–May, July–August, and October–November. Registration will be open year-round. What this means is that you will be able to schedule your exam on the date and time of your choice during each testing window. You will first select your location, and then you’ll choose from the available time slots. During the month between testing windows, no time slots will be available. Thus, there will be no testing during Solstice and Equinox months. Hmmm, I wonder why? DR. INDRANIL GOSWAMI’S REVIEW COURSE FOR THE FE-CIVIL EXAM Dr. Indranil Goswami has taught review courses geared towards the General FE exam as well as the Civil PE exam for over a decade. He has written several books based on these experiences: 1. A chapter on Surveying in the FE Civil Discipline Review book, published by Kaplan AEC Publishing. 2. The All In One Guide for the Civil PE exam, currently in 2nd edition, by McGraw Hill. Publishers. 3. The All In One Practice Exams book for the Civil PE exam, by McGraw Hill Publishers. SYLLABUS OF THE NEW CIVIL EXAM The syllabus for the new FE CIVIL exam is vastly different from the one you would have taken if you took the paper test (last one this October). In fact, the changes are quite favorable to Civil Engineers. No more Chemistry, Electrical Circuits or Thermodynamics (these three topics would have been 12.5% of your total points if you took the GENERAL AM + CIVIL PM approach, and a whopping 26% of your total points if you took the GENERAL AM + GENERAL PM approach). Instead, the new syllabus focuses more on the subject areas that directly support the field of Civil Engineering, thus bringing it more in line with the Civil PE exam, albeit on a simpler level. THE TEST The test will now be 6 hours long (instead of 8 hours), with approximately 5 hours and 20 minutes available for actual test (the rest of the time is for a tutorial, a break and a follow-up survey). In those 320 minutes, you will be expected to answer 110 questions. In the past, AM questions were of the 2 minute variety and PM questions were of the 4 minute variety. Now, you have about 3 minutes per question. So, the average pace of the exam is about the same. The candidate can choose when to take the break – i.e. after answering 55 questions and reviewing and submitting the answers, the candidate can take the break, even if only 1:20 has elapsed. This will mean they will have the remaining 4 hours to answer the remaining 55 questions. Dr. Indranil Goswami’s background in FE and PE review Dr. Goswami’s PE (Civil) review course has been very successful over the past decade. The candidates’ pass rate is significantly higher than national rates, for both first-timers as well as for repeat takers. Since the new FE (Civil) exam places a great deal of emphasis on ‘Civil-oriented’ topics and de-emphasizes Chemistry, Electrical Circuits or Thermodynamics, the redesigned FE review course offers a much more focused review of topics than would have been possible before (a total review for the previous GENERAL AM + CIVIL PM exam would have required at least a 60-hour review course. SCHEDULE FOR THE NEW FE-CIVIL COURSE Starting February 1 (Saturday), the completely overhauled FE Review course will be taught for the first time, via online webinars. The class will be held over 10 Saturdays (10 AM – 2 PM). Lectures will be recorded and archived for unlimited viewing. A free informational webinar about the changes to the new FE exam and the structure of the proposed FE Civil review course will be conducted on Saturday November 2, 2013. To be included in the roster of the free webinar, send an email to Dr. Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com COST The cost for the 40 hour course will be $550. If you enroll prior to December 1, 2013, you are entitled to a $100 discount from this course fee. To find out more details about the course, write to Dr. Goswami at civilpereview@gmail.com
  13. I have started to upload some PE Civil related videos to YouTube. The username is BestOnYewTube. There's only a few there now. Will keep uploading them as they get prepped.
  14. The PE (Civil) Review Course will have a dramatically different structure to it starting with the August-October offering. The start date is August 13, 2013. The noteworthy changes are: 1. You must buy the All In One book on your own. It used to be included as course material, but it is both cheaper and expeditious for the students to order their own copy, should they choose to use it, either as their primary or secondary reference. The cost reduction more than offsets this. 2. Alternate ‘lectures’ are now converted to pure problem solving sessions. These problems will be chosen carefully by the instructor, so as to have the necessary variety and coverage of necessary knowledge areas. Students are encouraged to send in specific questions they want to see discussed. Approximately 30 problems will be discussed in a typical 3-hour session. 3. A capstone session is added at the end of the course (lecture 21) where ‘last minute’ questions from all 5 subject areas will be discussed. This is envisioned as a student-led session, where the class participants are encouraged to ask questions (either broad subject based, or specific question based), to be addressed by the instructor. This addition increases the direct contact time for the course from 60 hours to 63 hours 4. The cost to enroll in the 63-hour course is now $800, which can be further lowered by $100 if registration is completed early (more than 45 days in advance of the start date). The anticipated start date for the October 25, 2013 PE exam is August 13, 2013. The deadline for early registration is June 29, 2013. 5. Candidates who are unsuccessful in the PE exam (the one administered immediately following the conclusion of the review sessions) are welcome to attend the next course sessions at no charge. The features of the highly successful course that remain unchanged are: 1. All lectures taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami, who has taught the PE Review for 12 years. 2. Course delivery is via live online WEBINARS. The meeting time is Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 pm – 9 pm Eastern Time (EDT or EST). Lecture 1 is a Tuesday. So is Lecture 21. 3. Lectures recorded and archived on Google Plus. Lecture videos are uploaded to Google Plus within 12 hours of completion of the live lecture. Never miss a lecture! 4. Approximately 600 pages of course notes (PDF) are shared with students upon registration. So, with early registration, you can start your personal review ahead of the course start. 5. Approximately 300 practice problems (PDF). These are organized into 10 sets – one AM and one PM set or each subject. These are also shared with students upon registration. CONTACT For more information, or to request an enrolment form, contact Dr. Indranil Goswami at indranil.goswami@morgan.edu or civipereview@gmail.com COURSE SCHEDULE Lecture 1 – Structures AM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 2 – Structures AM Problem Solving Session Lecture 3 – Structures PM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 4 – Structures PM Problem Solving Session Lecture 5 – Geotechnical AM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 6 – Geotechnical AM Problem Solving Session Lecture 7 – Geotechnical PM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 8 – Geotechnical PM Problem Solving Session Lecture 9 – Water & Environmental AM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 10 – Water & Environmental AM Problem Solving Session Lecture 11 – Water & Environmental PM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 12 – Water & Environmental PM Problem Solving Session Lecture 13 – Transportation AM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 14 – Transportation AM Problem Solving Session Lecture 15 – Transportation PM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 16 – Transportation PM Problem Solving Session Lecture 17 – Construction AM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 18 – Construction AM Problem Solving Session Lecture 19 – Construction PM Concept Review – Discussion of underlying theory Lecture 20 – Construction PM Problem Solving Session LECTURE 21: Capstone Review – all 5 subject areas: Student-led & Instructor-assisted COST The enrolment cost for the course is $800. Early registration (more than 45 days in advance of the start date) can reduce this fee to $700. Included in this fee are course notes and practice problems as well as a full-length, self-managed practice exam (in the depth area of the candidate’s choice), which is given at the end of the course. The recommended references are Civil Engineering All In One PE Exam Guide, 2nd edition by Indranil Goswami (McGraw Hill, 2012) and Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 13th edition by Michael Lindeberg (Professional Publications, 2012). Students are urged to utilize all relevant codes and standards as well as any supplementary materials, particularly for their depth area. PASS GUARANTEE Candidates who are unsuccessful in the PE exam (the one administered immediately following the conclusion of the review sessions) are welcome to attend the next course sessions at no charge.
  15. The PE Civil and FE General Review Courses taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami via live webinars start in January. The FE course starts January 21st, meets Mondays and Wednesdays 7 pm - 9:30 pm and the PE course starts January 29th, meets Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 pm - 9 pm. Detailed information via the links on the page http://www.eng.morgan.edu/~indral/EITPE.html. Early Bird deadlines approaching - December 7th for the FE course and December 15th for the PE course.
  16. Modular Lecture Videos for the Civil PE Exam + Workshops The online CIVIL PE Review course taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami (author of “Civil Engineering All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth 2nd Edition” and “Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: Breadth and Depth”) has been taught in the form of live online webinars since 2010 (converted from the face-to-face classroom course which started 2001). The review course has a pass rate (for both first time test takers and repeat takers) well above the national average. The course is taught twice a year, in the form of 20 three-hour lectures over 10 weeks (Jan/Feb to April for the April exam and August to October for the October exam. The enrollment fee for the live course is $1095.00, which includes a copy of the ‘All In One Second Edition’ and course notes. The course notes contain the same material as the ‘All In One’ book, simply organized to follow the order of the lectures. The next online course will start January 29th, 2013 and end April 4th, 2013. NEW: AVAILABILITY OF PE CIVIL VIDEOS FOR SELF-PACED STUDY Starting in January 2013, all review material for the Civil PE Exam will become available in the form of archived lectures on Google Plus. This material is not a ‘chop up’ of old material; rather, it is created fresh so that each lecture is a stand-alone treatment of a topic. The videos are indexed to the official NCEES syllabi for the breadth exam as well as all five depth exams. Thus, you will be able to navigate to a specific lecture topic in the syllabus. There are over 300 videos in the package, each approximately 10 minutes long. Therefore, in coverage, the package contains more instructional material than the live course, and is also organized and indexed. You will also receive a study guide, which is a listing of topics that ‘should’ be reviewed in each of the five subject areas. Each lecture will review relevant underlying theory and present several PE-type questions based on the subject matter. GOOGLE PLUS In order to view these lectures, you will need to send payment, enroll in Google Plus and add Dr. Indranil Goswami (civilpereview@gmail.com) into your circles. The address for the Google Plus page is https://plus.google....092438889531155. You can also find this Google Plus page by using the keywords INDRANIL GOSWAMI, MORGAN STATE UNIVERSITY. When you are included in the appropriate circle, you will be able to view the archived videos. For the April 12, 2013 exam, the videos will become available January 10th, 2012. You will receive an index to the videos that will link keywords from the current official NCEES syllabus (breadth and depth) to specific videos. The cost (unlimited use of the videos for 90 days) is $495. Payment may be made by check payable to INDRANIL GOSWAMI. The enrollment fee also entitles you to unlimited support (as questions via email). You will receive emailed responses to your questions. WORKSHOPS In addition to the video-taped lectures, you also have the option to enroll for one or more of five problem solving workshops – one for each of the five depth areas. The workshops will be delivered online, in the form of live webinars, so you can attend from anywhere. The workshops will be offered on three consecutive weekends – Saturday March 16th, Sunday March 17th, Saturday March 23rd, Sunday March 24th, and Saturday March 30th. Each of these workshops (11:00 AM – 6:00 PM EST) will be composed of two 3 hour sessions (11 am – 2 pm and 3 pm – 6 pm) separated by a 1-hour break. The first session will discuss AM (breadth) type problems and the second session will discuss PM (depth) type problems. COST Online lectures 90 day access $495 Each 6 hour workshop (3 hrs AM review + 3 hrs PM review) $60 Bundle and save on these packages: BUNDLE 1: All 5 workshops only $225 ($75 discount) BUNDLE 2: Online lectures 90 day access + 1 workshop $525 ($30 discount) BUNDLE 3: Online lectures 90 day access + 5 workshops $625 ($170 discount) Early Bird Discount: Enrollment into any component prior to December 1 entitles you to a 5% discount (after bundle discounts have been applied). For example, someone enrolling for access to the online videos plus the Geotechnical Workshop would qualify for the BUNDLE 2 discount. Their cost would be $495 + $60 - $30 (bundle discount) = $525. If they enroll prior to the Dec. 1 deadline, they can deduct $26.25 ENROLLMENT In order to enroll into the lecture video access and/or the workshops, complete the enrollment form (fillable PDF) attached. Put REQUESTING PE CIVIL ENROLMENT FORM in the subject line of your email. Send the completed enrollment form to civilpereview@gmail.com. Put ENROLLMENT FOR PE CIVIL LECTURE ONLINE ACCESS/WORKSHOPS in the subject line of your email when submitting the completed form. Enrolment Form.pdf
  17. From now until the day of the October 2012 PE Exam, you can have access to the lecture videos from the January-April 2012 PE Civil Review Course offered (via webinars) by Dr. Indranil Goswami. There are 21 lectures in all. They are archived on Google Plus. You have to join Google Plus (use keywords INDRANIL GOSWAMI MORGAN to find him) to view the videos. The cost is $99 for unlimited access from now until the date of the PE Exam (October 26, 2012). Most expedient method of payment would be via Paypal (use indranil.goswami@morgan.edu as payee). Thus, this requires two separate actions: (1) Enrollment in Google Plus and adding Indranil Goswami to your circles. (2) Making payment along with the notification of your profile name in Google Plus, so that they can be associated. Lectures 1-4 Structural (12 hours total) Lectures 5-8 Geotechnical (12 hours total) Lectures 9-11 (Water Resources (9 hours total) Lectures 12-15 Transportation (12 hours total) Lectures 16-19 Construction (12 hours total) Lectures 20-21 Overall Review/Problem solving (6 hours total) The only reason for less time allocated to W&E is that by class consensus, the discussion of Environmental topics was truncated to basic topics only. The only Environmental topics discussed were - Hydraulic and Organic Loading, Dissolved Oxygen, Dilution, BOD, Drinking Water Standards, Hardness & Alkalinity.
  18. The Civil PE Review course taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami, author of “Civil Engineering All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth 2nd Edition” and “Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: Breadth and Depth” is scheduled to start August 14. Registration will close August 10. To date, first time test takers pass the exam at the rate of 84% and repeat takers at the rate of 63% after attending this review course. Unsuccessful candidates are allowed to attend the next offering of the course without charge. All relevant information about the upcoming (for the upcoming October 2012 exam) course is at www.eng.morgan.edu/~indral/PE-October2012.html The course is taught in the form of live online webinars. Lectures are archived throughout the duration of the course. A copy of the newly released ‘All In One Second Edition’ and nearly 600 pages of course notes.and practice problems are included in course materials. Enrollment form is available upon request via email (indranil.goswami@morgan.edu)
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