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  1. Hello all - I was curious if pretty much everyone studies for the SE while still working a full-time 40(+) hour per week job? Did you (or anyone you know) take time off to study, or go to part time for a bit? I know study times significantly vary per person, it was the same for the PE. But I don't know anyone who took time off for PE studying....is the SE pretty similar in that sense? I haven't worked in design in a few years so I feel like I'm going to need quite a heavy review in comparison to people actively working in design firms while studying.
  2. COVID-19 Risk-Free Enrollment At School of PE, we understand that there are currently many uncertainties in our lives due to COVID-19 concerns. The NCEES pencil-and-paper exams for PE and SE scheduled for October 2020 are no exception. NCEES is currently still accepting registrations for the October exams, and we have not received any indication that they will be cancelling the exams. However, not knowing what will happen as it gets closer to the exam date, you may understandably have concerns regarding our review courses. We respect your concerns and will help our students to the best of
  3. Did you know School of PE's review courses help students achieve higher pass rates than the national average? Finance your course and pay over time.https://zcu.io/fGfY Learn More
  4. Many exam candidates find themselves cramming at the last minute and overlooking important concepts, which can lead to test anxiety, which can then result in poor performance on the FE and PE exams. One resource that candidates don’t take advantage of often enough is tutoring—something that is sometimes only thought of for school-aged children and early career college students. In some instances, there are negative connotations associated with tutoring. Students may feel that they are viewed as needing help or falling behind. However, specialized one-on-one tutoring for the FE and PE exams is
  5. I am preparing for this October's SE lateral exam. NCEES lists the AISC Seismic Manual (2nd ed.) as the reference. I find that the 3rd ed. is available. Does anyone know if it is okay to use the latest edition for the exam? I really don't want to buy an outdated book. Thanks!
  6. Wynndalco Enterprises is seeking an experienced structural engineer to join our growing team. With active projects in multiple states, we are looking for a self-motivated, leadership-proven professional to take charge of existing assignments and help develop business relationships for new contracts. In this role, you will coordinate with clients, lead design tasks, develop and track budgets and schedules, and have the opportunity to build new relationships to drive future business. Our current backlog ranges from structural evaluations to a mega infrastructure project valued at over $1 Billi
  7. Calling All Structural Engineers! PPI has an immediate opening for a Structural Engineering (SE) exam course instructor position. This individual would teach Lectures 1-8, 16-23, and Office Hours 1, 3, and 4 from the following schedule: Schedule If you are interested in this opportunity, please email Jenny Sligh at jsligh@ppi2pass.com by EOD this Thursday, December 13th. We look forward to hearing from you! Thank you, The PPI Prep Course Team
  8. Passed the SE 16, so I'm selling my AASHTO book and practice bridge problems book. http://rover.ebay.com/rover/1/711-53200-19255-0/1?icep_ff3=2&pub=5575378759&campid=5338273189&customid=&icep_item=163368323146&ipn=psmain&icep_vectorid=229466&kwid=902099&mtid=824&kw=lg&toolid=11111
  9. Registered for the se exam in October 2018. Looking for a study group (it has helped me in the past). Can meet anywhere in the city (NYPL locations) on Saturday/Sunday or after work.
  10. Had to be done, new thread as results are coming out.
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    SE Results

    Has anyone received their SE results yet? Thought it would be two weeks after but still nothing
  12. Anyone have experience of taking the SE in Wisconsin? How was the experience? Lots of people there? ect..
  13. Anyone here taking PPI SE course right now? I'm thinking about possibly taking it after April, in preparation for the October Exam, but I had a bad experience with the PE exam course (civil/structural). For the SE its an entirely different professor ( or professors) teaching it so I was hoping maybe someone was taking this exam. Thanks for any comments.
  14. https://ppi2pass.com/se-depth-problem-solving-videos-buildings.html New! Step-by-Step Problem Solving for the SE Depth Building Exams The Afternoon Depth modules of the Structural Engineering (SE) exam consist of four essay problems that must be answered in four hours. For many, they are the most difficult questions on an already challenging exam—in fact, one “unacceptable” answer could be the difference between passing and failing. In these videos, follow along as SE exam expert Andy Lin, PE, SE provides step-by-step solutions and guidance on solving problems you’re likely to e
  15. Time to resurrect this topic again. I reside and practice in the state of Florida. I just passed the SE exam I would like to slap SE at the end of my name but I am a bit hesitant because Florida doesn't recognize the SE. Would it be appropriate for me to use the SE title if I am registered in a state with a roster designation? My company does do some work in states that have roster designations but not in the states with the "full practice act". I really don't want to pay Hawaii or Illinois just to put SE at the end of my name since I doubt that I will ever practice there. For
  16. I've had people PM asking what my strategy was for passing the SE, so I figured I'd post what I did and a few key books I used to pass both the Vertical Building and Lateral Building tests on my first try. First, I would like to point out I found this test extremely difficult. I was already planning my next attempt at the exam because I left the exam feeling very discouraged. So, don't count yourself out if you leave the exam not feeling confident. Anyways my strategy was as follows: 1. I decided to take the Structural PE first. I think this may have been unnecessary, but it helped me eas
  17. October 2017 PE results have been released in some states. Also, Sunday marked the completion of this cycle's SE Scoring Workshop. Looks like we can expect SE results as soon as this Friday, December 8. Best of luck everyone!
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