Ahmet Zeytinci (Dr. Z.) has been offering F.E. and P.E. preparatory classes for all students and engineers in the metropolitan Washington, DC area on Saturdays and holidays for over a decade. The success rate for his students in gaining licensure on their first attempt is above 90%. And unlike all other commercial preparatory schools, Dr.Z’s Saturday classes are pro-bono, cost nothing, nada, zilch! See our monthly eNewsletter for his regular column titled, "Dr. Z's Corner." As a service to the civil engineering community, Dr. Z also produces homework problems you can use to prepare for the FE or PE exam at your own pace at home. You may download the homework problems from the following links:
- November 2015 Homework Problems
- October 2015 Homework Problems
- September 2015 Homework Problems
- May 2015 Homework Problems
- April 2015 Homework Problems
- March 2015 Homework Problems
- February 2015 Homework Problems
- January 2015 Homework Problems
- November 2014 Homework Problems
- October 2014 Homework Problems
- September 2014 Homework Problems
Ahmet Zeytinci, P.E., Ph.D., Fellow-NSPE is an award-winning structural engineer, author, professor and former chair of the Department of Engineering, Architecture and Aerospace Technology at the University of the District of Columbia in Washington D.C.
Since joining academia, “Dr. Z,” as he is known by his students and colleagues, has distinguished himself on campus and beyond as a dedicated and passionate teacher, mentor, scholar, and champion for professionalism and service in engineering. Currently he writes technical articles for “DR.Z’s Corner” in the monthly newsletter of ASCE-NCS that reaches both engineering students and practicing engineers not only in the U.S. but also worldwide.
Dr. Z. has been the Chapter/State Coordinator for MATHCOUNTS, a nationwide middle school math competition, for the last 20 years in Washington, D.C. He is also the recipient of numerous local, regional and national awards, including the recent national award, “Excellence in Engineering Education-2015” from the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE).