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  1. Hello All, So I'm one of the new exam takers in California that didn't have to apply before signing up and taking the exam, I just signed up for it and passed it. Now I'm filling out the application, and was wondering if anyone from the April 2017 exams in CA had an idea of how long it will take the board to get back to you and approve your license in CA? They say allow 60 days and don't contact them before that. That sounds like a long time but if it is, it is what it is I suppose. Thanks!
  2. I'm trying to get an FE Waiver in CA and have a few questions and I'm wondering if anyone here can help as I'm waiting for a phone call back from the board. I'm an EE with over 20 years of experience in an exempt environment. So this translates to having only one reference that has a stamp and a true struggle to find sups/managers that aren't dead or retired (I wish I was joking about the dead part sadly). 1. "In responsible charge" seems to be a licensed PE term/classification. How do I translate this for my exempt references? The application says (http://www.bpelsg.ca.gov/pubs/forms/peapp.pdf): "At least one of the licensed references must be from a person in responsible charge over the applicant for each engagement for which the applicant desires credit." 2. Do I need to provide references for all my engagements? I have experience performing work outside of electrical engineering, including my current job which is civil. 3. What should my exemption references say in the fill-in-the-blank after "I am legally exempt from licensure because" ......... ? Does anyone else have any advice as to how to help your reference fill out the form when they are likely not familiar with the terminology in the form. I'm worried it will be a barrier to getting these back. TIA, Jennifer
  3. Hi, I have foreign experience and I am going to apply for PE License using NCEES Record. I have worked for almost 5.5 year for same company with same team design team. Should I break it down to interval of every two years to be qualified for NY PE License? or I can submit the whole 5.5 years period in one record? Any similar experience or recommendation would be appreciated! Thanks,
  4. Stephen2awesome

    NCEES Application

    So I passed the PE ( thank you god) so now I'm in the process of filling in my work experience. I filled it in the first time but NCEES feedback came saying I have to change some verbiage since state boards want to see what I actually did for progressive experience. Anyone else having this issue? I'm terrible at writing up things especially anything about my experience.
  5. I finally heard back from California board today (FYI - the check got cashed 3/22, yes...over four months ). Looks like everything went through except for my references. It states that my references are not licensed in state where the project was located. My situation: I work in the nuclear industry as a civil engineer. It is not required to be licensed in the state where the plant is located to complete the design work, neither do I live in those states. Therefore, most of my co-workers have licenses from different states. It is possible (will a lot of work and money) for me to get references from the states that are California is requiring, but I am confused if I need to get 4 all new references (especially since my supervisor has an out-of-state license). And I am dealing with 2 different states that I have done work for. Do I get one from each state? Do I just need one reference from each one of the states? Does my supervisors count as 1 out of the 4 references? Any help on this would be greatly appreciated, as the board made clear that I am not allowed to call or email them upon receiving this bright pink rejection letter.
  6. Which states have issued License Numbers?
  7. jiggyjetset

    Illinois PE Experience Requirements

    Firstly, I thank EB for all of the info throughout the PE exam process and into the results stage. I found out last night that I passed the PE exam in Illinois! Now, the confusing part for me begins because I passed the exam under decoupling and I am not totally certain if portions of my work experience count towards the four years required to obtain a license. I live in a different state that seems to allow more freedom with regards to work supervised by a PE, however the Illinois application states: "The supervisor must be licensed as a Professional Engineer or one who is legally practicing professional engineering, pursuant to Section 3 of the PE Act; who is in direct control and supervision of the applicant, in the jurisdiction where the engineering activities are performed." I have approximately a year of experience at one company where my direct supervisor was not a PE and was located in a different office. The only PEs we had at my company were Structural and for my first three months, any designs that needed further structural review were sent to PEs at another office in a different state. After three months, a PE came to work in our office and supervised our designs with respect to structural work (the only PE stamp our designs required). My question is this: does Illinois allow a "professional supervisor" to be someone other than my boss so that the structural PE (never my boss) could vouch for my experience?
  8. Mangano

    CA GC License

    Does anyone have experience with the process of qualifying for and/or obtaining a GC license in either California or elsewhere? I am interested in any advice that may be available. Thanks!
  9. inhinyera

    Still waiting for CA license number?

    I just passed all three exams (it took 3 tries to pass surveying). I turned in my fingerprints the day after I got the results and I am still waiting to get assigned a license number. Anyone else on the same boat?
  10. ellen+

    Michigan license number

    Have anyone got the license number and found the number online from Michigan? I passed PE exam on Oct 2016, mailed the required documents (e.g. 5 references) and paid $75 fee online. Seems like other States require ethics exam prior to issuing a license number. I don't remember taking one. I am afraid I might be missing something. Did LARA contact you by e-mail if you are missing any documents? They haven't contacted me at all. Thank you in advance.
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