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Bart,

Which state(s) require an ethics and/or law test be passed before taking the
PE?

Keith Fix, PE
Cromwell Architects Engineers

--- Bart Kemper <bkemper(--nospam--at)bigdogz.com> wrote:
> 
> 
> Ted Conway wrote:
> 
> > I am all little confused on the requirements to become a registered
> > P.E.  I know that the EIT is required and then the PE exam.  What about
> > the rquirement of working under another PE for some length of time?
> > Does this person have to be a PE in the same field?
> >
> > Ted Conway
> >
> 
> Ted,
> 
> Please consult your local board of registration.  The details vary, but
> essentially it takes 4 years of work under the supervision of a P.E., get
> the recommendations of 5 people either all or 3 of 5 being a P.E., pass an
> ethics & law test, and THEN pass the PE exam.
> 
> Bart Kemper, P.E.
> 
> 


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