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  1. I am selling ncees practice exam 2016 brand new and MERM. In addition I'll give away 2011 and 2001 practice exam, and other reference material that I bought as a free gift. Please email me if interested ama908@nyu.edu. I also have thermo material.
  2. List of Civil PE Practice Exam books for sale on ebay Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Structural Problems 2nd Edition - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254109506639 Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Environmental Problems - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254109514826 Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Geotechnical Problems - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254109516508 Six Minute Solutions for Civil PE Exam Water Resources - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254110009148 Practice Problems for Civil Engineering PE Exam - Michael Lindeburg 10th Edition - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254110001200 NCEES PE Civil Engineering Water Resources and Environmental Practice Exam - 2014 https://www.ebay.com/itm/254110005419 NCEES PE Civil Engineering Transportation Practice Exam - 2011 - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254110006708 Civil Engineering: Transportation Engineering review https://www.ebay.com/itm/254109513060 Civil Engineering Practice Examination #1 by Timothy J. Nelson - https://www.ebay.com/itm/254110008237
  3. I depended upon these three practice exams to pass the Civil Breadth, Construction Depth PE Exam in April of 2017. I made copies of each page of these books to work out the problems, so there are no markings in them. I prefer to sell them as a bundle for $160 OBO + shipping. They were purchased for the following amount: NCEES Civil/Construction Practice Exam: $56 Practice Exams For the Civil PE Exam: $26 Indranil Goswami Construction Depth Practice Exams for the Civil PE Exam 2nd edition: $100 Beth Lin Hartmann Best wishes to all that are studying!
  4. Problem: "Of the rated current listed below, which is the largest allowable for an overcurrent device to protect a 300kcmil, TW, 60degree Aluminum conductor feeding a 277V load. Assume conductor is in a steel conduit. A. 150 A B. 180 A C. 200 A D. 225 A " NEC says 300kcmil, TW at 60 degrees Aluminum, it is rated for 195 A. NEC 240 says, next highest standard device rating. I got 200A, C. The book says the conductor is rated for 190 A and chose B. Is this an error on them?
  5. Hi all, I'm taking a the exam in April and have been doing my best since last fall to prepare. I'm currently enrolled in the School of PE program, have purchased both of the recent NCEES Power exams, and the complete 4 exam set of Complex Imaginary. My studying has gotten me to the point where I was scoring into the 90% range on the aforementioned tests (I try to do one practice exam per week), and I was feeling pretty good about my progress. That is until this week. I decided to mix it up and try the Engineering Pro Guides Power exam, and I did really badly on it my first time through under simulated testing constraints. Now I'm worried a month away from the exam that my methods have not been correct. I don't feel like I'm memorizing answers on my prior practice tests, as there are so many questions I can't commit them to memory if I tried. But there is an obvious disconnect of some kind, otherwise there wouldn't be such a disparity between the score on my old exams and the new one. Has anyone else had this happen to them in their exam preparation? I worry a month out to that I haven't been employing the correct methodology all this time. If this has happened to you, how did you go about getting back on track?
  6. When I took the PE exam, I wasted a lot of money buying references and books that I didn't really need or that weren't much use to me so I have a good idea of what you are thinking: I sympathize with a lot of you because of what I went through, and since I've been seeing this question come up a lot recently I decided to spend a great deal of time and effort writing a detailed review of what I think are some of the very best references worth spending money on and more importantly: why. You can read the high-level summary of the article by skimming the detailed list below, or you can jump to the very end of the post where I linked to the article if you want to read the details of why I ranked these the way I did so that you can decide for yourself if they are a good match for your study style and worth the time and additional pocket money. There are a lot of key details I left out of the below summary to make this post as short as possible. Remember that This subject will always be a debate, and for good reason too. Everyone has their own unique study style and click better with some books over others. It is a highly personalized experience and that's why it is so important to do your research so you that you don't waste money on a dud. Here they are: The Texas Instruments Ti-36X Pro Scientific Calculator - Because you are going to have a hard time solving any questions without a good calculator at your side The NCEES PE Electrical and Computer: Power Practice Exam - Because it comes straight from the horses mouth. It should be your first step. National Electrical Code Handbook 2017 by NFPA - Because it doesn't matter how good you are at solving math problems, you won't get any code related questions correct if you can't look up the specified tables or articles. The Handbook over the code book because of the extra diagrams, pictures, and explanations that make understanding the more difficult code sections easier. An Online Review Course - Because you don't want to waste time trying to understand the details of every nuanced topic without a course guiding the way. We think our online course is one of the very best but there are many to choose from and enough information out there to pick the one that is right for you, you decide. Tie - Spin Up and Complex Imaginary Complete Set - While there are pros and cons to both such as getting repetitive in certain topics, both have a high enough volume and variety that it will keep you busy for the majority of your time studying and prepare you for the majority of questions The Electrical Engineer’s Guide to Passing the Power PE Exam, Alexander Graffeo - The "Swiss Army Knife" of review books, but lacking in the number of practice problems. Combine with Spin up or Complex Imaginary for a great combo. Electrical Machines, Drives and Power Systems, Theodore Wildi - By far our absolute favorite book. You know all of those hard to study for, conceptual questions that can come from out in left field? This is book is fantastic at answering them. This book slays any questions dealing with transformers and motors/generators like a hot knife through butter. Also plenty of practice problems at the end of each chapter. Power System Analysis, Grainger, Stevenson - Our second favorite book. Fantastic diagrams for the harder to understand theory such as phasor diagrams and symmetrical components. Plenty of practice problems at the end of each chapter. IEEE National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) - Because you are leaving points on the board if you don't have the book to answer the few NESC questions that will appear It goes without saying that many of these books are expensive and you likely have already spent a good deal on registering for the exam. If you want to know more details and take a look at an in-depth review of each so that you don't waste your money and invest in the references that are right for you, then read the full-length article that this post is based off of: Electrical PE Review - Recommended References and Resources for the Electrical Power PE Exam I'd be happy to answer any question about each one. And feel free to add to the list below if you think I left out any that I shouldn't have, looking foward to the debate of this topic that is often never agreed upon
  7. I am taking the PE Civil Transportation exam in April 2016. My first time taking it (and want it to be my last). I graduated from college with my bachelors in civil in May 2015 I just started studying 2-3 days ago. I was wondering if anyone could give me some good advice on how to study for it? Where can I ge oldt NCEEES Practice exams? (I saw they have one on there webiste but besides this one) I was thinking to study by going through the lindenburg book 14th edition and tabbing it up and just reading through it. Is this an effective way to study or is there a better way to study in the time I have left? I really appreciate advice from people who have taken it in the last year (or longer). I really want to pass this and move on with my career. Would appreciate anyones advice and comments.
  8. Practice Exams for the California Seismic Principles Civil P.E. Examination is a book and a Computer Based Test (CBT) simulation software to help you prepare for the special seismic exam with its new format – October 2012. Two practice exams, each with 55 multiple choice questions and their solutions are provided in a manuscript format, computer simulation exam, and computer exercise exam. The solutions to the questions are provided with easy to follow, detailed explanations and illustrations. The two practice exams are designed to cover the range of topics and tasks outlined in the seismic principles test plan. The objective for you is to practice your problem solving skills under realistic time constraints and identify any subject areas that require more review or practice. Fees: $70 including CD simulation software. Free priority shipping CD Platform: Window 7 or higher, xp and vista For order and information: bookorder@eet-california.com ISBN: 978-0-9856972-2-8
  9. If you're studying for the October Civil PE Exam, checkout the Practice Exams and Practice Problems by Engineering Videos.
  10. Practice Exams for the California Seismic Principles Civil P.E. Examination is a book and a Computer Based Test (CBT) simulation software to help you prepare for the special seismic exam with its new format – October 2012. Two practice exams, each with 55 multiple choice questions and their solutions are provided in a manuscript format, computer simulation exam, and computer exercise exam. The solutions to the questions are provided with easy to follow, detailed explanations and illustrations. The two practice exams are designed to cover the range of topics and tasks outlined in the seismic principles test plan. The objective for you is to practice your problem solving skills under realistic time constraints and identify any subject areas that require more review or practice. Cost: $70 including CD simulation software. Free priority shipping For order and information: bookorder@eet-california.com
  11. 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)
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