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Re: Washington State - SEIII Exam

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When I took it, you choose between doing the bridge or building problems.
I assume that is still the case, but it could have changed.  You can
always call and ask the Licensing Office.  I don't believe they consider
that part as "top secret", so to speak.

Regards,

Scott
Adrian, MI


On Mon, 4 Jun 2007, Bill S. Marczewski wrote:

> Does anybody know if it is mandatory on the Washington State SE-III Exam to
> answer BOTH building and bridge questions?  The state provided exam format
> is somewhat vague.  The NCEES SE-II exam allowed the examinee to choose
> their area of specialty.  Does Washington require you to work through both
> building and bridge questions?  If so, how critical is it to have the latest
> and greatest amendments of the WSDOT Bridge Design Manual?
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> Any input that does not constitute "collusion" according to the examiners
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> Bill Marczewski
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