For those of you out there that are ASCE members (and you should be if you’re serious about becoming a Licensed Civil Engineer), there’s a webinar from ASCE that’s just for you. Free for ASCE members, it’s a step-by-step explanation of how to become a PE. The webinar, Path to Professional Licensure, will cover the basics of the […]
A Civil Engineering PE Review is more critical to Civil Engineers than any other branch of engineering. This article explains why Civil Engineers have to put their professional opinion on the line.
This article offers a transition from school to work by explaining how the experience of a tough 4-year degree in Civil Engineering with all the exams, fails to prepare us for that PE Exam. The article shows how the examiners change the emphases and methods of examining from those we learned from our professors.
The PE Exam is so broad, so random, and so unpredictable that it needs a different approach. Instead of wading through many big fat books, this article shows how preparation should be comprehensive but focused. It stresses the importance of practice.
This article explains why the PE Review courses are so important for most of us. It shows how undergraduate education can be variable, even when all programs are accredited.
This article shows why the PE Examiners compile the PE Exam in its current format and how the exam strives to serve as a filter for those aspiring to enter the Civil Engineering profession.