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    Leonard, I am glad you intend to get licensed! I've been involved with Delaware's engineering licensing board since 2000 as a member for 16 years, as president for 2 years, and am still on the committee that reviews licensure applications. I've also ...

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    Leonard, Following are my recommendations: To obtain FE license- You have to make sure that your degree is ABET accredited( Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology). Then, You apply to this website and submit your application online. ...

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    Daniel, I'm a PE in MI which has very similar registration requirements. With a BS and MS from accredited programs, you would need at least 2 years service under a PE to qualify for the Part 2 exam. You don't mention if you have alternate positions available ...

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    Greetings Daniel, This is all very new to me and I do agree with you. I'm a recent graduate and I want to become a PE. With me being relatively new how would I gain experience and become proficient and knowledgeable enough to pass the FE and then PE ...

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