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Link to NCEES FE Equation Sheet (Study guide)

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after looking at this again, i wish I would have taken this with me the 1st time around for the PE!

free download

http://www.ncees.org/exams/study_materials...ex.php#multiple

NCEES has made a lot of changes to their web site. The new link to the FE Handbook is: http://www.ncees.org/Exams/Study_materials...ce_Handbook.php

It is free, but you will need to enter an email address so that they can send you a password.

Note that some states (i.e. Illinois) do not allow you to bring the FE Exam Reference Handbook into the PE Exam.

Best Wishes,

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My last link no longer works, here is a fixed one:

http://www.reviewciv...ce_handbook.pdf

Did you read the very front of that where it says (underline is mine) "This document may be printed from the NCEES Web site, but it may not be copied, reproduced, distributed, or posted online without the express written permission ........" ?

Did you obtain permission from ncees? They're pretty picky about their property.

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Good call, I checked in with them and have removed.

Their agreements with other publishers that they borrow from for the FE reference require a log in, (or an email sign-up), so my direct link was a bad idea.

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That book is completely different than the pen and paper reference. I feel bad for anyone who failed in October and has to figure out where everything is in this new book.


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Useful one. Thanks for sharing. 

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Version 9.4 is now out (as of June 2016).  It looks like you now need to log in to your My NCEES account in order to download the free FE Reference Handbook.

http://ncees.org/engineering/fe/

 

 

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If we log in, download the manual, do we get a new NCEES pencil?

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On ‎12‎/‎22‎/‎2009 at 1:01 PM, MRDPE said:

 

 

NCEES has made a lot of changes to their web site. The new link to the FE Handbook is: http://www.ncees.org/Exams/Study_materials...ce_Handbook.php

 

It is free, but you will need to enter an email address so that they can send you a password.

 

Note that some states (i.e. Illinois) do not allow you to bring the FE Exam Reference Handbook into the PE Exam.

 

Best Wishes,

Whose rule is that? And where is that located, because I can't find a printed document that states you can't bring it.

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1 hour ago, TWJ PE said:

Whose rule is that? And where is that located, because I can't find a printed document that states you can't bring it.

LOL, way to respond to an almost 5-year old post. IL used to have a few more stringent rules pertaining to allowable examination materials (no handbook, no NCEES practice exams, etc.). I believe some of those requirements have since been loosened some. @snickerd3 may know more on this one.

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11 minutes ago, knight1fox3 said:

LOL, way to respond to an almost 5-year old post. IL used to have a few more stringent rules pertaining to allowable examination materials (no handbook, no NCEES practice exams, etc.). I believe some of those requirements have since been loosened some. @snickerd3 may know more on this one.

This!  previously Illinois strictly prohibited items by name.  They have since relaxed and if NCEES allows it, Illinois allows it.  

 

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17 minutes ago, knight1fox3 said:

LOL, way to respond to an almost 5-year old post. IL used to have a few more stringent rules pertaining to allowable examination materials (no handbook, no NCEES practice exams, etc.). I believe some of those requirements have since been loosened some. @snickerd3 may know more on this one.

Damnit.... I didn't even notice the time stamp. It was at the top of my feed this morning. <head smack>

Double damnit... thought I could add to the list to why I moved from that horse shit state - oh well, there are plenty of other reasons. :)

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