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RE: California SE exam

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In the State of Washington, the legislature made the change last 
year.  Now, one has to take the NCEES SE1, SE2 and a four hours SE3 
(exam set by WA) in order to be registered PE in Structural 
Engineering.  No needs to have a PE in Civil.

I believe HI, AZ, IL are the other States that do not require PE 
before Structural exam.


> Which states do license you as an SE without their PE?
> 
> Ghassem
> 
 

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