PE Review Bronze Subscription
Practice Exams. Lots and lots of practice exams!
The PE exam is a grueling and brutal day, with questions coming at you from everywhere. The Bronze Membership is designed to mimic the exam by giving you access to:
- 2 Mixed All-Discipline Exams 40 Questions 4 hours per exam
- 5 Discipline Specific Exams 20 Questions 2 hours per exam
- 25 Discipline Specific Exams 8 Questions 48 minutes per exam
All exams are online, timed, and provide immediate feedback. You can download and print the solutions.
Is the Bronze Subscription for you?
If you can answer yes to all three of the following questions, the Bronze level subscription is right for you:
- Don’t need a structured study plan with access to instructor and live instruction, prefer to do it on your own?
- Aren’t looking for Video instruction, written problems will do?
- You were a strong student and feel pretty confident but want a comprehensive review?
Bronze Subscription Course Content
Five PE disciplines:
|Earthworks, Construction & Layout||Excavation and embankment (cut & fill); Borrow pit volumes; Site layout & control|
|Scheduling & Economics||Construction sequencing; CPM network analysis; Engineering Economics|
|Material Quality Control & Temp Structures||Material testing (e.g., concrete, soil, asphalt); Concrete mix design|
|Estimatng quantities & Costs||Quantity take-off methods; Cost estimating|
|Construction operations & methods||Lifting and rigging; Cranes, erection, & stability; Dewatering and pumping; Equipment production; Productivity analysis & improvement|
|Sampling, Classification, Soil Phase Relationships||Soil classification; Index properties; Phase relationships;|
|Permeability & Pavements||Permeability of fine & coarse grained soils; Pavement design criteria & loading|
|Compaction & Consolidation||Compaction testing & optimum water content; Consolidation & settlement|
|Shear Strength & Effective Stress||Shear strength properties, tests, and parameters; Effective stress|
|Earth Retaining Structures||Lateral earth pressures; Passive & Active Pressures; Cantilever & Mass Concrete Retaining Walls|
|Loadings||Dead loads, Live loads, Construction loads|
|Analysis I||Statically determinate analysis|
|Mechanics of Materials||SF & BM diagrams; Flexure, shear, tension, compression, deflection; Concrete & Steel; Member Design|
|Analysis II||Non-linear loads, statically indeterminate systems, ultimate forces and moments|
|Structural Design||ACI 318, eccentricity, concrete design, steel design|
|Traffic Analysis, Speed & Flow||Speed analysis, Traffic Flow Theory|
|Traffic Analysis – Intersections & Signals||Intersection design: controlled & uncontrolled|
|Geometric & Alignment Design (AASHTO)||Horizontal & Vertical Curve Design;, acceleration & deceleration|
|Geometric & Roadway Design||The Green Book: Curve design, Superelevation|
|Transportation Planning & Capacity (HCM)||The HCM: capacity & LOS for Freeways, multilane segments, rural & urban highways|
|Highway Safety||Crash rates, Accident analysis|
Water Resources & Environmental
|Wastewater Treatment||Wastewater flow rates (e.g., municipal, industrial, commercial), Unit operations and processes, Primary, Secondary & Biological treatment|
|Water Treatment||Stream degradation (e.g., thermal, base flow, TDS, TSS, BOD, COD), Oxygen dynamics (e.g., oxygenation, deoxygenation, oxygen sag curve), Risk assessment and management, Toxicity, Biological & Chemical Indicator organisms|
|Energy dissipation, Sub/Super Critical Flow||Energy dissipation, Subcritical & supercritical flow|
|Hydraulics & Open Channel Flow||Open-channel flow (e.g., Manning’s equation), Culvert design|
|Hydrology||Hydrographs application; Rainfall intensity, duration, and frequency curves, time of concentration; Runoff analysis & the Rational methods|