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  1. I worked on a project where there were 2 licensed PEs supervising my work. Both of them agreed to be a reference for my PE application. Is it fine if I have them do so, but the projects will be the same on the application? The wording on the application instructions are a bit confusing to me.. Hope someone can help. Thanks in advance!
  2. I worked on a project where there were 2 licensed PEs supervising my work. Both of them agreed to be a reference for my PE application. Is it fine if I have them do so, but the projects will be the same on the application? The wording on the application instructions are a bit confusing to me.. Hope someone can help. Thanks in advance!
  3. Has anyone received authorization to take the CA seismic exam in Q1 2020? If so, when did you submit your application and receive your approval?
  4. Hello, I finally have enough years of experience to start submitting my PE Application! Yay! However I am stuck. I'm unsure of how to phrase my previous 1 year of experience during my time in a consulting firm. I didn't do design, but I was part of project management. Will this not count as experience towards my PE application? I'm not sure what "key words" I should be using. How specific should I be in the "decisions made" section? Thank you for any suggestions.
  5. Background: I hold a technology degree that I completed in 2015 (Electro-mechanical, TAC/ABET) and I earned this through part-time attendance starting in 2008. I began working in industry, under licensed PE's in 2011 (for what it's worth, NCEES has approved my pre-graduation experience as qualifying in my record). Prior to this I was an electrician for 5 years. I am working on my CA application now that I've passed the exam and intend to use my degree for the education time credit. My concern is that my initial title in my engagement records is 'Sr. Engineer' and rapid promotions are
  6. Just a note to future applicants once you have passed your PE test and submitted your application if there is a delay do not hesitate to contact the evaluator! If I could file a complaint agaisnt a government employee I would my A-G evaluator probably only returned 1 of 50 phone calls and 8 emails over the course of 8 months it took me to get my application processed! In the meantime without my PE I was losing potential revenue that I would of made if I was licensed. What I ended up doing was calling the other two evaluators for H-O and P-Z and they were very helpful in gettin
  7. Sorry if this topic has been discussed before, but I searched through the forums and didn't see anything that would particularly answer my question. Here it is: I am currently an EIT in NYS and looking to apply for the October 2019 Mechanical HVAC exam. I have been gaining HVAC work experience working for a consulting engineering firm under direct supervision of a P.E. I was hired in May 2015 right after graduation. I know that in NYS you cannot send in future work experience on your application, so I have to wait until May of this year before I can send in that portion of the application
  8. So this past spring I took the PE exam in North Carolina because NY rejected my application and I was already too far into studying to give up. Anyway, I ended up passing my exam (yay!) but now I need to apply to NC. I can't find what NC considers as engineering experience. I started my career working for a contractor, but now work for a structural design firm. Is NC not going to count my construction experience? Does anyone know what I should do here? The form (http://www.ncbels.org/forms/ncengapp.pdf) that they have on their website has two columns for work experience, time in desi
  9. Hello everyone! Like a lot of people here, I'm applying to take my PE Exam and ran into a little trouble with the engagement/references portion of the application. The preface: an individual who agreed to be my reference reviewed some samples of my work (they aren't part of the office I work at) asked for me to send the relevant paperwork to their address. After 2 weeks of not receiving the paperwork back in my snail-mail inbox, I wrote a quick email to them to confirm they received my paperwork; that was this past Tuesday. I still have not heard any response, unfortunately. The ques
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