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The best one in the area used to be Chelapati's Course.  He was a prof. at
CSULB and has put together a set of manual based on past examinations.  The
review manual is very good in the sense that it gives procedures for solving
each type of analysis - eg. column design, base plate design etc.

It is on the expensive side but is worth the price.  Check it out at
www.pedp.com
Just make sure the manual are updated to current codes.

Also the local universities offer some courses - CSULA, UCLA etc.

Another good source for your to get good help with other people in the same
boat (taking the exam) is with the discussion forum at PPI publications:

http://www.ppi2pass.com/w-agora_eef/index.php?bn=eforums_eef

Good Luck

- Aswin
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Aswin Rangaswamy, P.E.
Cypress, California

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Heide Hooks" <hhooks(--nospam--at)nuconsteel.com>
To: <seaint(--nospam--at)seaint.org>
Sent: Tuesday, July 20, 2004 1:56 PM
Subject: California Civil PE


Hi

Anyone know of a good review course for the California Civil PE, Civil
Seismic and Civil Surveying in the LA area?

Thanks


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