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  1. I have all material you need to pass the Civil PE Transportation exam to include CERM 16th edition- Good condition with useful tabs marked for exam use New-$300 Asking- $225 OBO CERM 13th edition - Outdated edition. Book in good condition and I'll cut you a deal AASHTO Roadside design guide - 4th edition New- 281- In good condition with tabs marked to align with NCEES curriculum. Asking $200 OBO 3 NCEES civil engineering (transportation) practice exams and 1 NCEES Civil Geotech practice exam -$70 each, I'll take $20/ea Complete 3 volume set of the highway capacity manual New-$260. I'll take $200. All volumes complete and in good condition. Tabs marked for important concepts 29 CFR OSHA 1926 reference New- $50, Asking $20 13th edition practice problems to accompany the 13th edition CERM- ~$100 new, $50 or I'll give it to you if you buy the CERM I also have some practice problems I'd be happy to share. If you are interested in everything, I'll cut you a better deal on everything together.
  2. I am taking the civil p.e. exam - construction depth in April. I do not truly work in a construction company so I am missing a lot of the reference manuals. I have the steel code and OSHA. I found the MUTCD online. Does anyone have any of the other documents on pdf they could share?
  3. I took the EET depth prep course for the Civil PE - Water Resources and Environmental. The course was a lot of work, but I absolutely would not have passed without taking this class. It was a 'you don't know what you don't know' sort of situation going in. I have been out of school for 7 years and only worked in the water resources field for approximately 1 year after college. I have had a wide variety of jobs since then - a couple have been in the engineering field; none of them have been in WR or environmental or even true design. My point in saying that is that I had very little knowledge and experience going into the PE prep. Nazrul's class was excellent from the start. He is clearly invested in each of his student's success on the exam. The course materials are very well laid out with loads of worked examples to help teach you and then even more problems to practice on. They way he explains topics is so straightforward and easy to comprehend. If you don't understand it the first time, he will try a different method of explanation to help drive the point home. The class is absolutely worth the effort and it plus the binder were vital to my success on the exam. The only other prep material I had for the PM portion was the depth exam I purchased from NCEES, CERM and a Metcalf & Eddy WWT book I used as a reference in the exam. As a side note, I took the exam in October 2019 and I used the CERM 15th edition (current is CERM 16th) and saved a bunch of money buying it in good used condition. I didn't have any issues with outdated spec references since that's not really part of the AM portion or WRE depth. My only regret is that I didn't also take the morning/breadth prep through EET. A different class was sponsored through my job for the breadth portion and was taught by Peter Martin. The class had almost no instruction or explanation and was just a poorly organized series of questions that he sort of walked through each week and the rest was up to you to self-teach. This was not well-suited to my learning style and, had I not spent a considerable amount of time preparing for the breadth topics aside from his course I think I would have really struggled. EET is expensive, but don't let it scare you away. In my opinion, it is absolutely worth the money to pass on the first attempt! I would absolutely recommend this class to anyone considering the Civil PE - WRE. Good luck (and thanks Nazrul!)!
  4. So, to the best of my knowledge, the California PE Civil exam is broken up into two parts: the National 8hr exam, and the additional Seismic&Surveying exam. I believe the board allows people to take the 8hr exam before having all qualifying experience. Is this true? & if so, how early in advance can the 8hr exam be taken? I’ve passed the FE exam and am starting my masters this Fall. I know I need 2yr experience to qualify for the PE license but I was wondering if I can sit for the 8hr exam this upcoming year i.e. spring 2020 (and then take the seismic & surveying part later after 2yr experience).
  5. Hello, I took the PE-Civil-Structures test in October 2018 and April 2019. For October test I could hardly study for 20 days and was sick on the exam day. Ended with a score of 48. For April test , I prepared really well. Spent lot of time in going through resources I had and again ended with the same identical score of 48. I have attached two diagnostics. Kindly review and let me know how should I prepare this time. These are the prepration material I hadused Breadth : CERM, All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth,Indranil Goswami, Breadth Practice Tests: civilpepractice, NCEES practice test. Depth : SERM,Six-Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Structural Problems (glanced through it as most opined that it was way harder than test) Depth Practice test: NCEES ,Civil and Structural Practice Problems ALI AKBARI, KOUROSH, Kindly tell me what should I do different this time. This time I am thinking to just go through EET notes and solving Practice problems from Lindberg.
  6. As I have said it in my other posts, I still can't believe I have passed my Civil Transportation PE first time. I would like to thank everyone here for making the otherwise miserable PE exam experience actually a lot of fun and engagement. Without the trolling and info sharing I think I would have given up just looking at the PE exam specifications. So here I am to share my study journey with pictures and actual link to my Google Sheet (edited for public viewing). Note that each one of us has different methods of study, below is just what I have done that worked for myself. Week 0-1 - Planning + Untimed Diagnostic Exam I started off a few days before Feburary 18 creating this spreadsheet myself, which I also had a similar spreadsheet back in 2017 when I planned for my first ever half-marathon that I practiced for 3 months and finished 2:18:10. Anyways. The reason I started this late was waiting for my company to confirm that I could be reimbursed for study materials, which turned out that they couldn't. Our local Minnesota NSPE chapter offered a virtual PPI course (live webinar + recorded access) with local engineering legends that began mid-January. When I subscribed to their course in early-February, I didn't even know about EngineerBoards. In my opinion, PPI course refreshed my mind for general concepts, but a lot of details would still need to be discovered through CERM and actually doing practice problems. The PPI course had a schedule with suggested pre-webinar homework. I didn't really do a lot but mainly focusing on the problems I got wrong on my "diagnostic" practice exam (see spreadsheet's "Practice exam 1 NCEES AM". Week 2-5 - PPI Course As you can see my weaknesses are on Means & Methods, Soil Mechanics, Materials, and Structural, I spent my efforts trying to bring those up to at least get a few more correct and less guesses. But after around a month of studying, my second AM practice exam on Week 6 (Civil Pe Practice AM Version B), I only improved from 24 to 26. On my 2A pivot table, factoring in improving from my silly mistakes, I predicted I will get 28 on AM. After 2 weeks, I quickly recognized my AM wasn't going to get any better, but I would have more chances on PM. I did not do any diagnostics and go right into the PPI webinars and notes. At that point I still did not have any official manual references yet so I stuck with the course and work on problems on CERM and CETR. Week 6 - Doing Practice Problems + Timed 8-hour Practice Exam I was able to borrow 4 main references from the library finally on Week 6, and went right to the 6-minute transpo book doing every single problem with the references (Green Book, HCM 6th ed, Roadside Design Guide, MUTCD, HSM draft version found online). By the end of week 6, I did a 8-hour timed practice exam (Civil Pe Practice AM Version B + NCEES Practice Exam PM only) and scored 26/29 = 54. Week 7 - Reviewing Wrong Problems + Setting Exam Strategy So my focus last week was to only brushing up my points of failure and try to improve them. Another I did was to really breaking up the Exam Specifications NCEES provided to us. I figured the official NCEES practice exam problems were in order of the Specifications, but the other practice exams were not. Since I am taking it first-time I didn't know what to expect. I decided that I would use the first few minutes of both AM and PM to flip through the entire exam and mark all questions with order numbers according to my pivot table 2A for AM (I also have a similar table for PM but I actually marked it on the actual specifications I printed out beforehand). On the actual exam, I roughly spent 3:30 on 30 AM problems and 3:15 on 25 PM problems according to my order. The remaining 15-30 minutes for the rest of the problems I struggled with, I gussed around 5 questions for each AM/PM with elimination, and the remaining ones (5 AM, 10 PM) putting all bets on a single letter choice (as the correct ABCD answers are equal = 10 each). I also used the same guessing strategy for my FE paper exam and it also worked. Reflection Looking back, if I would have done it differently, I would have started a month earlier and allow myself more time to work on practice problems and take one more practice exam to be sure. But in the end, it's all about the combination of exam strategy (plan) with actual tactics (action) that worked out. As Sun Tzu said in book The Art of War, “Strategy without tactics is the slowest route to victory. Tactics without strategy is the noise before defeat.” The local MnSPE board also offered "power" snacks during lunch. Kudos to them and their sponsors.
  7. Does anyone know where I can find a table with shear & moment diagrams for a bunch of different loading types? or is the one in the CERM as good as they get?
  8. List of Civil PE Practice Exam books for sale on ebay Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Structural Problems 2nd Edition - Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Environmental Problems - Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Geotechnical Problems - Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Water Resources - Practice Problems for Civil Engineering PE Exam - Michael Lindeburg 10th Edition - NCEES PE Civil Engineering Water Resources and Environmental Practice Exam - 2014 NCEES PE Civil Engineering Transportation Practice Exam - 2011 - Civil Engineering: Transportation Engineering review Civil Engineering Practice Examination #1 by Timothy J. Nelson -
  9. 01. Six-Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Construction Problems 30 $ 02. Construction Depth Practice Exams for the Civil PE Exam 35 $ 03. Construction Depth Reference Manual for the Civil PE Exam 90 $ 04. Construction Depth Practice Exam and Assessment Guide 40 $ 05. Civil PE Construction Module, Practice Problems, Second Edition 30 $ 06. PE Civil Engineering: Construction Practice Exam (NCEES 2014) 40 $ 07. Construction Module for Civil PE License: Breadth (AM) and Depth (PM) Topics 50 $ 08. PE Civil: Construction Sample Questions and Solutions (NCEES 2010) 40 $ 09. ruwan's civil pe morning breadth exam handbook (NEW SYLLABUS) 30 $ 10. Four Sample Exams for the Civil PE Exam, Second Edition 30 $ 11. Construction AM and PM Problems and Solutions for Civil PE License 30 $ 12. Civil PE Exam: Construction AM (printed copy) 30 $ 13. Practice Problems for the Civil Engineering PE Exam: A Companion to the Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 15th Ed 55 $ 14. Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: 2 Full Breadth Exams 25 $ 15. The Ultimate Civil PE Breadth Exam Volume 1 and 2: Helping you on your journey to pass the PE! 30 $ 16. Civil PE Morning Exam: How To Pass on Your First Try! 10 $ 17. Civil PE Professional Engineer Exam Construction Module, Fifth Edition by Ruwan 50 $ I arranged the books same like the images, all prices without shipping cost, and if you will be buy all books i will give you calculator free. for contact email:- or mobile:- +966594146795
  10. Hi everybody, I got pass, under Saudi Engineers board, and don't know how do start my application to get license number? I will be thankful for your help.
  11. I have experience as an environmental engineer in the working field and my degree is in environmental engineering. I originally thought I would take the Environmental PE Exam but now I am doubting myself and thinking I should take the Civil WR&E PE Exam. Does taking one over the other have any different outcomes in my career or is just getting the PE title all that matters? I plan to take the exam this October. Thank you in advance for any advice you can offer.
  12. Hi everyone! I plan to take the Civil PE: Transportation in October 2018 in Washington (new to the board). Is anyone using anki decks as a study resource?
  13. Hi All, I'm not a huge fan of taking classes to study for things, especially standardized exams. I feel like the most effective solution is to do as many sample problems as possible that are as similar to the exam as possible, that cover all subject areas. Some questions: 1.) Does anyone know of any good resources for sample exam problems? 2.) NCEES appears to have a single sample exam for the civil breadth + structural depth, do you know where we can find more? Are there different versions? 3.) My boss has a sample exam from NCEES, copyrighted in 2014 (I think this is the same as the current sample exam), does anyone have any older/alternate NCEES practice exams? 4.) Does anyone know of any good study resources in addition to sample exams? Thanks! Regards, Spencer
  14. PPI's Civil Prep Courses are starting soon. Breadth Courses starting July 22nd
  15. Hi All, I purchased several books to study for the Civil PE exam (Structural Depth) and wanted to give some info on which ones helped me pass the Nov 2016 exam on the first try. Practice Problems: 1) "Civil Engineering PE Practice Exams: Breadth and Depth" by Goswami. Problems are ever so slightly more difficult than what I saw on the exam. But it served as great preparation. Some of the solutions referenced out of date concrete and steel codes but I was still able to solve the problems using the current codes. 2) "Practice Exams for the Civil PE Examination: Two practice exams (and solutions) geared towards the breadth portion of the Civil PE Exam" by Goswami. Problems were about the difficulty level I saw on the exam. Great practice for the AM portion of the exam. 3) "Six-Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Structural Problems, 6th Ed" by Subasic. Some of these problems were much harder than what I saw on the structural depth portion of the exam. I worked through some but not all of them. 4) PE Civil Engineering Structural Practice exam by NCEES. 1 full exam. Great practice problems. Difficulty level was the easiest of all the aforementioned books but representative of the difficulty level of questions I saw on the exam. 5) “Practice Problems for the Civil Engineering PE Exam: A Companion to the Civil Engineering Reference Manual” by Lindeburg. To me this book had way too many practice problems on topics that were not covered on the exam. I sold the book and focused on the previously mentioned books with questions designed to simulate what you’d see on the exam. Review Books: 1) “Civil Breadth Reference Manual” by Mansour. This provided a good overview for the AM portion of the exam but I found myself using the Goswami's All-in-One guide more in my studies and during the exam. 2) Civil Engineering All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth, Third Edition by Goswami. Excellent prep for both the AM and PM sections. I probably could have gotten by with just this one review book. It’s succinct and only covers topics you will see on the exam so you can just read through the chapters to prepare for the exam. I was able to follow 1-2 examples in the book during the exam to solve problems that I was unfamiliar with. 3) Civil Engineering Reference Manual for the PE Exam by Lindeburg. Has way more information than you will need to pass the exam. But the index is comprehensive. I answered 2-3 unfamiliar questions on the exam just by looking things up in the index and following example problems. 4) I also used steel, concrete, and wood textbooks that I kept from college to fill in the blanks where the review books were occasionally broad. Codes: Here is a list of the codes that I purchased for the exam. I probably could have gotten by without purchasing 1) and 2). 2012 International Building Code (International Code Council Series). Minimal use during studies and during the exam OSHA Construction Regulations Book (January 2015 Edition). Did not use in my studies or during the exam. Building Code Requirements and Specification for Masonry Structures. Steel Construction Manual. Definitely needed it to study and pass the structural PM. Minimum Design Loads for Buildings and Other Structures, 3rd Printing (Standard ASCE/SEI 7-10) ACI 318-11: Building Code Requirements for Structural Concrete and Commentary (318-11) 2012 Wood Design Package - including the National Design Specification® for Wood Construction (NDS®) & NDS Supplement: Design Values for Wood Construction.
  16. As the results start to roll in, I'd like to conduct a "curiosity poll" to see whether there's correlation between how you felt right after the exam, compared to whether you passed or not. I just thought it would be interesting. Since I am in California, the results are still pending and I'm very anxious to find out if I passed the 8 hour. I felt like I only had a 50/50 chance of passing so I have no idea whether I passed or not. In the meantime, feel free to participate in the poll (votes are anonymous) and see what everyone else thought about the test!
  17. I am selling these books (all original) a very reduced rate when compared to ebay and amazon. Please let me know. I only ship priority mail. Surveying Principles- Paul A. Cuomo- A few highlighting and pencil marks - Low price of $25.00 + $7.00 Priority mail flat rate envelope shipping. 120 solved surveying problems - Peter Boniface - A few highlighting and pencil marks - Low price of $40.00 + $7.00 Priority mail flat rate envelope shipping. Surveying Practice Exam and Solutions for California Civil PE license - Shahin Mansour - Low price of $55.00 + $7.00 Priority mail flat rate envelope shipping. Engineering Surveying Review Manual - Chelapati - This book is a review manual and has very old original exam problems before the test became computerized, these problems are lengthy compared to the computerized problems - $50 + $13 Priority mail Flat rate medium box. Civil Surveying Sample Exams - Peter Boniface - 2 exams - $25.00 + $7.00 Priority mail flat rate envelope shipping. Buy all these books for Flat rate of $195 + $20 shipping Large Priority mail Box. Email me at Thanks
  18. I'm relisting these books as the previous listing here ( had a misleading title. "I took the CA PE exam this past Spring, and I'm selling the books I purchased - reference links below. I bought all of the books brand new, and some of them are (helpfully?) tabbed and highlighted. There is minimal/no writing in them. Please PM if interested. Paypal only. I will ship USPS Media Mail with tracking. " Will take $250 +$10 shipping for both of the books. 4. 4. Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 15th ed. (2015) – Michael Lindeburg $206 + $10 shipping Notes: Excellent condition, heavily tabbed, highlighting throughout, no writing – includes separate printed/tabbed/highlighted bound index 5. 5. Practice Problems for the Civil Engineering PE Exam: A Companion to the Civil Engineering Reference Manual, 15th ed. (2015) – Michael Lindeburg $75 + $10 shipping Notes: Like New condition. Light shelf wear, no highlighting, no tabs, no writing
  19. I getting ready to sit for my PE April 2016 for the second time and I am beginning to get really worried that I may fail this exam again. I am looking for some guidance or advice on what to do to prepare myself for the second time around. To give you some background. I have been for working for a transportation firm for 4 years right out of college designing bridge components and other miscellaneous structures for my company. I work with a group of 14 structural engineers who all have their P.E./S.E. that come from very respectable institutions and had great success through their careers. Wanting to further my career and hopefully advancing through the ranks, I registered to take my P.E. as soon as I qualified. Talking with my coworkers and other engineers around the office about the PE and how difficult it was, I got the consensus that it was a very manageable test...easy almost. My boss didn't crack open a book till a week before the exam when he took it and he passed easily. Not only that, everyone one in my department who took the PE, passed it on the first try. So with all that feed back I felt that this exam was something I can handle. Granted I know I needed to study my but off but I figured if I put the required work in, I should pass. For the first time around, I took the School of PE, had the CERM, 6 minute solutions, and 2 NCEES practice exams. I studied around 15hrs a week for 3+ months on top of doing the SOPE. Since this was my first time I didn't have a real direction or set study schedule to go by so I just worked problems from each section outlined in NCEES. I worked roughly 300 problems during that time. Up until the test I wasn't sure how I felt I would do on the exam due to uncertainty and from my results for the practice exam. I sat for my 1st PE in OCT 2015 (Civil/Structural) and I never felt more unprepared in my life. The morning was noticeably harder than the practice exams I took and the afternoon completely destroyed my confidence. Still, I worked the problems that I knew and made the best of it. I finished the morning with 15mins to spare thinking I got 30/40 right. The afternoon unfortunately, I completely ran out of time and had to guess on an entire third of it. Walking out of the exam I felt horrible, full of self doubt and uncertainty. I couldn't believe how unprepared I was for this exam given how much I studied. As I suspected....I failed miserably (49/80). I felt completely defeated and worthless. This was the first standardized/national exam that I have ever failed and it completely shook me at the core. Not only that, I didn't know how to face my coworkers tell them the news. Well sure enough they found out and life hasn't been the same since. When I had to tell my supervisors the result, I got a response that I wasn't expecting.....confusion and disappointment. They were perplexed on how I could fail...and by so much. "Did you even study?, Did you work Hard? How did this happen?" Those were the questions being bombarded at me. What made it worse was that I was the only one in my department to fail the exam. Since then, I'm treated as a outcast and have the reputation as "the guy that failed". Wanting to prove them wrong to show it was a fluke, I signed up to take the April 2016 Exam. I went all out this time. I got the New CERM, SERM, School of PE retake course, 15 practice exams from different authors, Book of solved problems and many other practice materials. I religiously studied every day from January for at least 4+ hours a day doing practice problems and studying theory and focusing on my weak areas. Well here comes the part where I need guidance. I have taken 12 of my 15 practice tests and haven't gotten higher than a 65% on them, which in my opinion is failing. I don't understand how after so much extra work I have put into this, I am still failing. I feel like a incompetent idiot that doesn't deserve to practice engineering. I don't know what else to do. My main struggle seems to be the afternoon section. It is like a brick wall of knowledge that I cannot penetrate no matter what subject I study or what theory I review. It is so frustrating and I am lost. Does anyone have any advice for 2nd timers or what I can do in the coming weeks before the exam. I feel that I have plateaued knowledge wise and my best just isn't good enough and it will never be good enough. I didn't mean to go off on such a emotional rant but I have no where else to go or what to do. Any direction or help is appreciated
  20. Just completed the PE Oct 25, 2013, Water Resources and Enviro. I've read some great suggestions on here, and I didn't want to simply take from this Board without providing something in return. I've yet to find a comprehensive post like this one, where it simply answers many questions future-PE takers have. I'll try to be as succinct as I can, while providing enough detail. Suggested References AM 100% CERM (best civil engineering reference out there) PM 75% CERM 15% Wasterwater Engineering (Metcalf and Eddy) 10% Environmental Engineering (Davis Cornwell) Do Nots Bought Hydrology and Hydraulics by Gupta, big waste of money. Horrible index, and very similar to CERM. Could may have used it for one question, but was also answered in CERM I also bought the Water Resources and Environmental Depth Reference manual (CEWE) by Brant and Kauffman, another huge waste of money. Very very similar to CERM, no value add. Left at home I can only comment on these two since I own them. I do not think it is imperative to own any other reference material Practice Problems Though 3 of the 4 suggested practice problem books are more in depth than the actual PE, I highly suggest still practicing with each one. There are many mutually exclusive practice problems that may not be covered by the other 3 and is covered in one of them. Its all about exposure to as wide a variety of practice problems as possible. Six Minute Solutions - Great study material, but is much more in depth than the actual PE. Though these questions may not show up in whole on the exam, parts of a problem may. Important to have a pretty good understanding of the problems overall. Few of the problems in here are ridiculous, but good to at least be aware of different questions Practice Problems, CERM Companion - Another great study material. Stick to the subjects that are covered on the PE. CERM has many additional topics that will not be tested on in PE. These practice problems are more in depth than the actual PE, but again could show up in part on the Exam Civil PE Sample Examination (CESX4) - For some reason really enjoyed this study material. More in depth than the Exam NCEES PE Civil (NCPECW) - This is the one that is an absolute must have. Identical depth to PE! I strongly believe that these are previous Exam questions. I wish I could've found the older version as well to study with Study Strategy Having gone through some very intense studying (read CERM cover to cover, skipping very little. Read Wasterwater cover to cover. Read 80% Environmental. Read 70% of Hydrology book. Completed about 350 hours of study in 2.25 months) this is what I would suggest: Don't be an expert at every problem and every subject. I would highly suggest focusing intensly on 100% of AM and only 75% of PM, with mild focus on the remaining 25% of PM. This way when you're taking the exam, you'll immediately know how to approach majority of the problems, and sometimes not even need to open a book for reference. You'll get those problems out of the way very quickly, and have plenty of time to reference materials for the remaining 25% that you'll put a mild focus on. Tab your references, but don't over tab. Perhaps get a larger tab with a good amount of space on it, and write down the top 3 - 5 important things from that section. Referencing is absolutely key! I can't emphasize this enough. When doing the practice problems, struggle as much as your patience can handle with each problem before looking at the solution in the back! This is very important. I laughed when I saw some of the Hydraulic PE civils coming in with suitcases of books. I came in with only the 3 above and they were plenty. You don't have time to look and look through references. Its stressful enough taking the PE, why stress yourself even more by struggling through piles of books. I completed the AM in 2 hours, and the PM in 2.5 hours. The last half hour of the PM was spent solving 4 problems (my mild focus) which gave me plenty of time to review. Other If there is anything I left out that someone would like to know more about, respond and I'll do my best to give a good response. I found this forum very helpful to my studies, and it is important we help guide each other on this journey...without violating ethics of course.
  21. Dr. Indranil Goswami’s Civil PE Review Course for the April 2016 exam will start Tuesday, February 2, 2016. All lectures are taught by Dr. Indranil Goswami, who has taught the PE Review for nearly 15 years. Course delivery is via live online WEBINARS. The meeting time is Tuesdays and Thursdays 6 pm – 9 pm Eastern Time (EST). Lectures are recorded and archived on Google Plus. Lecture videos are uploaded to Google Plus within 3 hours of completion of the live lecture. Never miss a lecture! Approximately 600 pages of course notes (PDF) are shared with students upon registration. With early registration, you can start your personal review ahead of the course start. Attendees also receive approximately 300 practice problems (PDF). These are organized into 10 sets – one AM and one PM set for each subject. Following the completion of lecture 20, attendees will be sent a full (80 question) practice exam. The first 10 lectures (out of 21) will be devoted to AM (breadth) topics, and the following 10 lectures will be devoted to the 5 depth areas. Emphasis will be on problem solving in all the sessions. Approximately 20 problems will be discussed in a typical 3-hour session. Lecture 21 will serve as a capstone review session where ‘last minute’ questions from all 5 subject areas will be discussed. The cost to enroll in the 63-hour course is $850, which can be lowered by $100 if registration is completed early. The anticipated start date is February 2, 2016. The PE exam is April 15, 2016. The deadline for early registration is December 15, 2015. 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. CONTACT For more information, or to request an enrolment form, contact Dr. Indranil Goswami at
  22. ENGINEERING EDUCATION & TRAINING (EET) presents live seminars and live webinars for the Civil PE Exam review – Spring 2016. Classes start on January 9, 2016. Early registration discounts ends Dec. 14, 2015. Separate Breadth Module: Breadth review sessions cover all testing topics in the morning session. Comprehensive Depth Modules: Depth review sessions for each module are all-inclusive. Structural Geotechnical Construction Transportation Water Resources Breadth and Depth Modules include the following: · Weekly homework · Problem solving workshops · Simulated Exam at the end of each Module EET instructors are well experienced in the subject matter, are passionate about teaching, and are available to help you one-on-oneuntil exam date. COURSE SCHEDULE Please refer to EET website ( for detailed schedule of Breadth and Depth classes (Seminar and Webinar). PREPARATION MATERIALS All preparation materials are provided by EET. The printing and shipping costs of all preparation materials are included. PASS GUARANTEE Candidates who are unsuccessful in the PE exam, administered following the conclusion of the review sessions, are welcome to attend the next course sessions for free. CONTACT INFORMATION For more information about EET preparation classes or to enroll please call (916) 220-8423 or Email us at:
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