NCEES Examination Results - Professional Engineers
CONGRATULATIONS IF YOU PASSED THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING EXAMINATION:
Upon verification by the Missouri Board that all requirements for licensure are complete, you will be licensed as a Professional Engineer. Official notice of your licensure and your Professional Engineer license will be mailed to you in approximately four to six weeks.
Please keep the Missouri Board office apprised of any changes in your mailing address and e-mail address to ensure that all correspondence will reach you promptly. All changes must be made in writing and mailed to the Missouri Board office, or if you prefer you may fax the address change to (573) 751-8046 or complete the Change of Address/Change of E-Mail Address form located on the Board's web site:
Change of Address and/or Email Address: https://renew.pr.mo.gov/apelsla-change.asp
We encourage you to visit the Missouri's web site to obtain access to valuable and useful information.
IF YOU FAILED THE PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE OF ENGINEERING EXAMINATION:
You are NOT considered approved to register for or attend any future examination until you have rescheduled with the Missouri Board.
If you wish to retake the examination, you may obtain a re-examination application from the Board's web site: http://pr.mo.gov/boards/apelsla2/apelsla/Re-Exam-Request-PE.pdf. The filing deadline for submitting your re-examination/rescheduling application to the Missouri Board is February 15 for the April examination and August 15 for the October examination. If necessary, an application may also be obtained by contacting the Board office at (573) 751-0047. Re-Examination requests received after the indicated deadline will NOT be given consideration for the upcoming examination.
After your re-examination/re-scheduling application has been approved by the Missouri Board, it will be necessary for you to register with NCEES for the next examination by accessing the NCEES web site (www.ncees.org) and completing their registration process on line. Registrations received after the posted deadline will NOT be given consideration for the examination. We encourage you to visit the Missouri Board's web site http://pr.mo.gov/apelsla and the NCEES web site www.ncees.org to obtain access to valuable and useful information.May 25, 2016