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Civil Engineering All-In-One PE Exam Guide: Breadth and Depth

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Current Class Schedule

February - 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25

March - 2, 4, 9, 11, 16, 18, 23, 25, 30

April - 1, 6, 8

FAQs

Practice Test:

On the very last day of the course, students will be sent a full (8-hour) practice test. Solutions will be sent out after a reasonable interval (2-3 days) during which course attendees have had an opportunity to take the test. Between the end of the course and the PE exam, students may exchange information, ask questions on the course blog.

The way questions will be handled:

If you have a particular question relevant to the upcoming module, send in your question at least within the end of the day prior to the module. The webinar session will also allow students to type in a question during the lesson. These questions will be addressed during the periods reserved for questions.

What equipment you will need:

Web access, headphones (for audio)

Course time (tentative):

The review course has optimum benefit if it is given close to the exam (so, the 2 month class for the April 2010 exam will start February 2nd, 2010 and end April 8th 2010. The PE exam is scheduled April 16th 2010. In my opinion, a course like this is of maximum benefit if someone comes to it AFTER having spent a good deal of time on studying on their own, because then the class is truly a REVIEW.

What it costs:

$1095.00 incl. all course material (see below)

What you will receive:

  1. PDF document with all the problems (and more) that will be discussed in class.
  2. A copy of the book All in One Civil Engineering PE: Breadth and Depth Exam Guide. (936 pages). Coverage is consistent with the current NCEES syllabus.
  3. 3. PDF document of class notes (550 pages). The document listed as item (1) WILL BE sequenced with the lectures, but the document listed in item (3) WILL NOT. Attendees will have to navigate to appropriate parts of the notes when a particular topic is being discussed.

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