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Subject: Structural PE Exam Date: 1/10/2004 9:59 PM
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Anyone know the minute differences between the Structural I PE and the Strucutral II PE?

I took the Civil PE and passed; and am now taking the Structural I exam. As far as I can tell, the Strucutral I will enable me to practice strucutral enginnering in most states, while the SE II will just allow me to put the initals SE behind my name, as well as practice Strucutral Enginnering in Illinios.

Is there any other reason for taking the SE II? The exam is notoriously hard (20% or so pass rate) and I'd like to avoid it if I can. My boss wants me to take the Strucutral exams mainly so he doesn't have to, as he is wanting to add the capability of working in Illinios.
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