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- Subject: RE: NCEES 1998 Structural I and II Exams
- From: Michael Davis <michael.davis(--nospam--at)ferc.fed.us>
- Date: Thu, 13 Aug 1998 08:37:42 -0400
"DAVID SHA" <david(--nospam--at)ibrahim.biz1.net> wrote: >what's the book title for Chelapati's manuals? >Thanks in advance. It's called "S.E. License Review Manual" by Professional Engineering Development Publications, Inc. Check out their web site at http://www.pedp.com As someone else noted, it does contain several errors, but the errors are mostly mathematical. I have gone through two of the books so far and have found very few errors in the assumptions and procedures for solving the problems. One thing you should be aware of - the manual is based on the California S.E. exams (or Western States Exam?) over the last twenty or so years, not the NCEES exam. But from what I have heard from this list serv, the California exam is more difficult. Good luck! Michael Davis, P.E.
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