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Structural exam applicants – You must take and pass both the lateral and vertical portions of the NCEES 16–hour Structural Examination within a 5–year period. If you don’t receive acceptable results on both components during this 5–year period, the results of the previous component you’ve passed will be invalidated. To pass the SE exam in the future, you’d be required to restart the process and take both components of the SE exam.
NCEES policy states: ”For the Structural Engineering examination, a candidate may sit for either component in separate exam administrations but must receive acceptable results on both components within a five–year period in order to pass the examination.“
To get your structural engineer license, you must meet all of the following requirements:
If you’ve only passed the NCEES 16-hour lateral & vertical structural examination, you need to take and pass an additional 8-hour NCEES PE exam in another branch of engineering.
Your name will appear on your license and wall certificate the exact way you entered it on your application.
For help in understanding the application process, please see the following:
U.S. Veterans may be eligible for partial reimbursements of costs. For more information: