Your references are dependent upon your PM exam selection. You need more for the PM than the AM exam. You should compile your own collection of references and use them throughout your preparation because you’ll get to know your way around them. And you’ll be preparing in the same way as actually taking the exam […]
In addition to knowing the material, there is another factor to consider in your success at passing this exam: Test-taking techniques. There are many people who can know the material, but fail the exam because they simply are not good test takers. And the 8 hour PE exam will test your test-taking ability, to the […]
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying, who administers the PE Exams, limits the types of calculators that can be used. Only three models are allowed for the 2015 PE Exam: All fx-115 Casio models Hewlett Packard’s 33s and 35s models TI-30X and TI-36X models from Texas Instruments The list is updated as […]
Eligibility for the PE exam is generally associated with: Having a Civil Engineering or related degree from an EAC/ABET Accredited engineering program, Several years of professional experience, usually 4, A pass in the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam, and Endorsements from a professional engineers. So, if you are eligible, you need to contact the National Council […]
Study Tips for the Civil Engineering PE Exam | Learn How to Study … Easily!
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Take a good dictionary into the exam if you’re a non-native English speaker, or if you went into Engineering to avoid writing!
Always make sure your units match those in the alternative answers.
Approximately 75-80% of the transportation related problems will come from information related to the HCM and AASHTO Green Book.
As you go through the test, remember that some of the problems may contain facts that you may find useful in subsequent questions.