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Study Materials for SE Exam

Study Materials for SE Exam

Study Materials for SE Exam


Does anyone know a website or a location where I can buy ASCE 7-10, IBC 2012, PCI 7th edition, AISC 14th edition, NDS 2012 and other required codes for SE exam for a low price? I am going to take the exam in April, but I do not have a supportive employer. Need to bare by my self.

Or does anyone who has already taken the exam, willing to sell them back? Please let me know. Appreciate it.

RE: Study Materials for SE Exam

You will want to move this question to the "Structural engineering other technical topics" forum for a better number of responses, your question is not relevant to this forum.

If you want to buy these for yourself, there are an infinite number of websites out there that sell them. Start with a google search.

I understand that you may not have a supportive employer, but you have none of these references? Are you a practicing engineer or new to the field?

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