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- From: "Vasu, Ravi" <Ravi.Vasu(--nospam--at)jacobs.com>
- Date: Fri, 23 Apr 2010 10:06:16 -0500
Title: Structural Engineer license in Washington state
I am looking into the PE & Structural Engineer exam for Washington State.
I read on line that one can get PE by comity if licensed in another state.
Next, to take SE exam one needs to get experience 8 yrs in civil & 2 years in structural.
Can anyone clarify about the 2 years experience? Can it be anywhere working in the country or one
should get experience, working in WA or one can get experience in WA projects(& working from another state)?
I read about SEII(last one in Oct 2010) & SEIII(last one in Oct 2011) exams. Is there SEI exam also?
Any input on the new format NCEES exam(16 hrs) in April, 2011? I don't know which one is better to take?
Ravi Vasu, P.E.
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