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  1. Hi everyone, I am entering my senior year of my B.S. in Electrical Engineering at The University of Californa, San Diego and plan to take the FE Exam (for ECE) before June 2018. I wanted to get some advice and insight from others who have recently taken the FE ECE exam and possibly were even in a similar situation that I'm in right now. There are a few topics/classes on the FE ECE exam that are not offered at my university: 1) Ethics and Professional Practice 2) Engineering Economics Our university makes us specialize in a certain track (I specialized in Power Systems and Power Electronics) and only allows us to take a limited number of electives. Although I chose electives that covered other parts of the FE exam, there are other classes that I did not get to take and thus I was not introduced to these topics: 1) Software Development (Algorithms, Data Structures, etc.) 2) Computer Systems (Will be learning it the semester I take the FE exam) 3) Computer Networks 4) Communications I plan to study now and during the winter break (Mid December - Early/Mid January) to do as many practice exams as possible for the FE ECE exam. I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice on how to approach learning these topics on my own specifically for the FE ECE exam. Also, would it be difficult to pass the first time if I do not have an extremely strong grasp of all 18 of the topics that are listed for the FE ECE exam? Another question I had is more specific to my location. If anyone here has taken the FE ECE exam in California, is there anything I should know that's particular to this state's exam that's not being told on the website? I'm aware that every state has different requirements.
  2. FE Hi everyone, I am entering my senior year of my B.S. in Electrical Engineering at The University of Californa, San Diego and plan to take the FE Exam (for ECE) before June 2018. I wanted to get some advice and insight from others who have recently taken the FE ECE exam and possibly were even in a similar situation that I'm in right now. There are a few topics/classes on the FE ECE exam that are not offered at my university: 1) Ethics and Professional Practice 2) Engineering Economics Our university makes us specialize in a certain track (I specialized in Power Systems and Power Electronics) and only allows us to take a limited number of electives. Although I chose electives that covered other parts of the FE exam, there are other classes that I did not get to take and thus I was not introduced to these topics: 1) Software Development (Algorithms, Data Structures, etc.) 2) Computer Systems (Will be taken during the time of the FE exam) 3) Computer Networks 4) Communications I plan to study now and during the winter break (Mid December - Early/Mid January) to do as many practice exams as possible for the FE ECE exam. I was wondering if anyone could give me any advice on how to approach learning these topics on my own specifically for the FE ECE exam. Also, would it be difficult to pass the first time if I do not have an extremely strong understanding of all 18 of the topics that are listed for the FE ECE exam? Another question I had is more specific to my location. If anyone here has taken the FE ECE exam in California, is there anything I should know that's particular to this state's exam that's not being told on the website? I'm aware that every state has different requirements.
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