NCEESNational Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying
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"As a respected national center for engineering, surveying and construction, Greenville County appreciates the key role NCEES plays in safeguarding the safety, health and welfare of the American public, and we welcome the contributions and prestige that such an acclaimed national organization brings to Greenville County."
On NCEES's home page (, information is provided about computer-based testing and what the experience will be like.
Currently, the NCEES - model specifies that an aspiring PE must meet the following requirements to sit for the exam: hold a bachelor's degree in engineering from an ABET-accredited program, have at least four years of appropriate work experience, have passed the FE exam, and possess a clean disciplinary record.
This exam will be administered as a computer-based exam beginning in 2014 and the volunteers' responses will help NCEES determine the passing score for the FE exam.
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) establishes the requirements for licensing Professional Engineers (PEs).
Under a settlement worked out with NCEES, he was ordered to pay the group a total of $5,250 and is forbidden to sign up for any of the organization's exams.
It's organized into eight sections that correspond to the subject areas given in the NCEES Structural I examination: reinforced concrete design; foundations and retaining structures; prestressed concrete design; structural steel design; timber design; masonry design; seismic design; and bridge structures.
Fundamental to this process, the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) established a model law that outlines the best practices for the licensure of professional engineers and surveyors.
"We haven't been able to make sense of it," said John Adams, P.E., who is the director of exam development at NCEES.
She worked diligently to coordinate communication between ASABE and NCEES to maintain a professional licensure examination for the practice of agricultural engineering.
ASABE is joining a cooperative effort with NCEES and biological-engineering-related societies in the development of a professional engineering (PE) exam in biological engineering.
ASABE's participation with the Council, later renamed the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES), began in 1973.