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EIT/FE - Option C
« on: Jul 5th, 2007, 9:56am »
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I would like to qualify to sit for the exam under Option C. I have a BS and MS in environmental engineering (which unfortunately is not one of the recognized degrees according to USPTO) and I'm sure I have enough science/engineering courses to satisfy option B but it seems like a lot of effort to obtain all the class description from 5-7 years ago for all the courses I took. So I thought the easiest thing for me to do was to qualify under option C - the Fundamentals of Engineering exam.  
The thing is that the USPTO instructions under that option aren't very clear. What exactly can I provide to them to demonstrate that I have passed the exam. At this point all I have is my license which implies that I passed the test but doesn't directly state any such thing. I could also get a certification from the licensing board in my state but will that be sufficient? Needless to say I lost the little slip that said I passed the exam a long time ago.  
If you or anyone else you know has qualified under this option, I would really appreciate if you can share what you know.  
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