Fall 2014 Examination Statistics

Civil Engineering Exams

Principles & Practices
Tested
1435
Passed
625
Pass %
44%
Seismic Principles
Tested
1644
Passed
675
Pass %
41%
Engineering Surveying
Tested
1791
Passed
849
Pass %
47%

 

 

 

 

 

Other Engineering Disciplines

Chemical
Tested
34
Passed
19
Pass %
56%
Control Systems
Tested
26
Passed
20
Pass %
77%
Electrical
Tested
284
Passed
123
Pass %
43%

 

 

 

 

 

Fire Protection
Tested
37
Passed
19
Pass %
51%
Mechanical
Tested
317
Passed
181
Pass %
57%
Metallurgical
Tested
7
Passed
4
Pass %
57%

 

 

 

 

 

Nuclear
Tested
2
Passed
2
Pass %
100%
Petroleum
Tested
8
Passed
3
Pass %
38%
Traffic
Tested
95
Passed
63
Pass %
66%

 

 

 

 

 

National Structural Lateral
Tested
143
Passed
57
Pass %
40%
National Structural Vertical
Tested
162
Passed
59
Pass %
36%
 

 

 

 

 

Professional Land Surveyor Exams


National PLS
Tested
63
Passed
42
Pass %
67%
State-Specific PLS
Tested
207
Passed
53
Pass %
26%

Professional Geologist Exams

Geologist-In-Training
Tested
53
Passed
37
Pass %
70%
ASBOG Fundamentals of Geology
Tested
48
Passed
30
Pass %
63%
ASBOG Practice of Geology
Tested
66
Passed
47
Pass %
71%

 

 

 

 

 

California Specific Exam
Tested
107
Passed
54
Pass %
51%
ASBOG Fundamentals of Geology Including Geologist-In-Training
Tested
101
Passed
67
Pass %
66%
 


 

 

 

Specialty Certifications and Professional Geophysicist Exams
 
Certified Engineering Geologist
Tested
53
Passed
14
Pass %
26%
Certified Hydrogeologist
Tested
31
Passed
15
Pass %
48%
Professional Geophysicist
Tested
6
Passed
1
Pass %
17%

 

 

 

 

The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) reports examination results for the national examinations as "pass" or "fail." No scores are reported. Candidates who fail the examinations will be provided with a diagnostic report to indicate performance in those sections attempted. More information about this policy may be obtained from the NCEES website. Do NOT contact the Board requesting your score; the scores will not be provided. Beginning with the April 2009 examinations, the results for the California Special Civil [Seismic Principles and Engineering Surveying] examinations will be reported as "pass" or "fail." No scores will be reported. Candidates who fail the examinations will be provided with a diagnostic report to indicate performance in those sections attempted.

Posted February 5, 2014