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  1. Exam time is getting closer. Our instructors are ready if you want personalized Tutoring services.
  2. Hello!! I saw a discussion before in regards to switching depths for PE Civil Exam but it seems to have been left too far behind with all the new topics. So I thought I'd open a new one as I'd really use some advice here. I really appreciate it in advance. I was a first time taker this past October 2017 and failed in Civil:Geotech. I got 20/40 in the afternoon so I've been thinking on switching depths. I chose Geotech in the first place cause I've had some work experience in the past with slope stability modelling and other geotech tasks, however, we usually subcontract a geotechnical firm to do the work for us. I also did my undergrad research in geotech as well. Plus, I really love and enjoy geotech. However, after seeing the questions I got in the afternoon I'm starting to think that only an engineer who works everyday in a geotechnical firm has a better chance on passing the exam on this particular depth. Does anybody have comments/advice on this? I really appreciate it! As an alternative, I was considering doing the depth on WRE, but some people tell me that the worst I can do at this point is switching depths, so I just don't know what to do. I'm thinking on retaking the exam this next April 2018. Thanks!! and Congratulations to all who passed, and good wishes and luck to all of us who are still trying...
  3. Hi all, I would like to recommend this material to study for the PE Exam. It helps me a lot! Good Luck on your test! Mau
  4. School of PE is offering a newly structured PE Civil exam review course! The NCEES has changed the PE Civil Breadth and Depth exam specifications starting with the April 2015 exam. The change has simplified the morning breadth portion of the exam by approximately 20%. Since the syllabus has changed, School of PE has restructed it's review course. Our course now includes 56 hours (4 weeks) of review that cover topics from the morning breadth exam and common topics between the breadth and the depth exams. Our bonus class hours have increased from 8 hours to 24 hours via live online. We offer PE Civil review courses Onsite, LIVE Online and Ondemand. We are accepting registration for our Spring 2015 program. Our Ondemand course material is available now. Once your registration is complete you may access our course materials immediately. Onsite and LIVE Online classes begin in Februray. Early registration discounts up to $300 are currently available. Pricing and additional details are available at School of PE. Be social, follow us on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn to get the most up to date information. Your Success is Our Sucess! - School of PE
  5. Did you know? NCEES has already updated exam specifications and design standards for many April 2015 exams. School of PE is ready to help you tackle the new exam requirements with our PE exam review courses. Our registration is open for our 2015 Spring review classes. Early registration discounts up to $300 are now available. You may register online, by phone or mail. If you have any questions about our review course please call us at (614) 873-7475 or you may email your questions to To find more information on our review courses please visit To find the new NCEES exam specifications and design standards CLICK HERE. Your Success is Our Sucess! - School of PE
  6. Reviewing for the 2014 April Trans depth - question 521 in the NCEES sample test "Freeway ramp has the following characteristics - Radius on inner edge of pavement = 100 feet, one lane, one way operation, Design Traffic conditions A, Barrier curb on both sides, ramp pavement width is most nearly....?" I looked through Chap 10 in the 2011 Green book and cannot find anything resembling the solution provided by NCEES (which of course they still reference the 2004 version) Any advice would be very welcomed. Additionally,I have tabbed the crap out of the Green Book. Any other advice on what else to specifically look at in this monster? Thanks
  7. ‘FREE’ 3 Hour Camp for October 2011 Civil PE Exam takers On Tuesday October 25, three days before the Civil PE Exam (Friday October 28 2011), Dr. Indranil Goswami, author of the “Civil Engineering All In One PE Exam Guide” (McGraw Hill Professional) and instructor of several in-class and online EIT and PE Review Courses for over a decade, will offer an open ‘camp’ where last minute issues/questions/doubts can be discussed in a webinar format. For full interactivity, attendees are encouraged to use a mike enabled headset so that they can ask questions verbally. You can also use a telephone as an alternative to VoIP. Any diagrams that need to be used to address a particular question must be sent in via email ( beforehand. The camp session is limited to 100 attendees. The cost is ZERO. However, if you find the session useful, you may make a contribution via Paypal (inquire via email) to Dr. Goswami. All collected proceeds of this one-day camp will be sent to U.S. Red Cross with a request to target it for victims of the extensive flooding and wildfires from this summer. This past April, I donated the proceeds to CARE ( The donation is not required, but it will be greatly appreciated. The timing of the session will be 3 pm – 6 pm EDT, so I hope people from multiple time zones will be able to attend. An email request is all you need to send to be included in the roster. Once that roster is finalized (late Sunday October 23), an invitation to attend the webinar will be sent out.
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