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  1. Hello friends, I was a regular consumer of this forum and despite the TROLLS, I thank all the participants for the good information posted here, that helped me pass the PE exam last April 2019 In contribution, I would like to give my own impressions of the PE exam and give you my advices as far as how to get prepared for this task. First and foremost, passing the PE exam is a tough process and requires LOTS of study time and sacrifice. If you really want this, I recommend you well establish your priorities and whatever can deviate your attention and focus from the exam, should b
  2. Today's the day. Congrats to those that passed. If you failed, good luck next time.
  3. Good morning, my name is Chris and I live in the pacific northwest, specifically in Tacoma Washington. I am currently working on the engineer in training long form application with the intention of eventually taking the test for the control system engineer PE. I have had over twelve years of control system experience with increasing responsibility that includes creating and maintaining standards, programming, designing control systems, leading design teams, and eventually project management. Additionally, I have experience as an electrician. As I am filling out the work experience sectio
  4. Hi all! Just a quick hello and maybe some advise. I am 7 years out of undergrad and have been studying from Lindeburg's FE Civil Review Manual. I did not pass the first attempt, or second or third and I am back at it again now. My job it is on the line and I have to pass the test by July of 2018. I plan to take the test again in January 2018. I cannot take it before due to NCEES restrictions. Does anyone have an online course they recommend? I took the test back on July and the test has change again, 10% of the test is NOT a multiple-choice questions. It has alternative
  5. Good morning all. I received the green "Pass" for my Power PE exam this morning, so I'm ready to release the write-up of my experience. I will reply to this with an attached PDF for those who want a simple 2-page print-out (the site isn't letting me attach it here). Hoping this is a help to you future test-takers! As a side note, I took (for the first time) and passed the FE exam earlier this year. I have a write-up for that in the FE forum. My Therapist Said I Should Do This for Closure (Joking) I did a lot of research before prepping for the Power PE exam, and many of my resou
  6. 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
  7. I've decided to take the EET Review Course for the Breadth and Depth (Construction). For those of you who have or are taking both breadth and depth review course for EET how are you going about studying? Are you reviewing the Breadth course first followed by the Depth or are you combining the two at the same time?
  8. I have about two years before I complete the experience requirement and plan to apply to test. When should I start studying? Studying for the FE took me about 9 months and I didn't feel comfortable at that pace, and only some of my day-to-day job is relevant to the exam material. I intend to take civil - transportation (I work in railroad engineering). Thanks!
  9. Spring 2018 Prep Courses by Dr. Shahin Mansour Celebrating our 21st Anniversary Dear PE/FE Candidate: We at Professional Engineering Services and Education (PESE), Inc., have been working very hard for the last twenty-one years (21-years) to provide high quality review courses, review books, and DVDs at reasonable and affordable prices. We’re still providing free repeats (same course within ONE year of initial purchase date) with differential cost for the courses and books (if applicable). Try Before You Buy and FREE Office Hours (up to 40 meetings, 80 hours) Webinars
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