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I have heard a rumor that SEAOC offers up the "services" of SEs that
review your projects, calculations, and past work AND if they feel
comfortable doing so, will then act as references.

I am sure that someone in the "know" of SEAOC will either confirm or deny
it.

Scott


On Fri, 16 Mar 2001, Yang, Yi wrote:

> I understand that you need at least 3 SE references to file for SE exam
> application in California.  Those references can't be your relative and have
> to be familiar with your work.  What if you only worked with one or two SEs
> who are familiar with your work?  How can I obtain the necessary references
> to file the exam application?  Has anyone had any experience doing that?
> Thanks for any input.
> 
> Yi Yang, PE
> 
>