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  1. Hi guys! This is my first post on EngineerBoards.com, and I'm here to take advice on what I can do to improve my chances of passing the next FE Exam. I took it two times: first time in September (a month after graduating with a degree in Mechanical Engineering) and the second time in November. I happened to fail both times. For the first time, I studied for only 1 month or so. I only used the FE Mechanical Review Manual (2014) by Michael R. Lindeburg for the first attempt, and I pretty much went over every section in it. I also did not do any practice exam. Then I failed, so for the second time, I decided to use the same review manual and along with that, I took an online Fundamentals of Engineering Exam review course on Coursera. I used the FE Mechancial Review Manual along with the online course. I also took a practice FE exam about 3-4 days before the exam. I took the exam, and I failed again. I looked over my diagnostic reports, and I noticed that I did slighlty better on my second attempt. I was at or above average for three sections on my second attempt while on my first exam I was above average for only one section. On both exams though, the last section (Mechanical Design and Analysis) was a complete disaster for me as I couldn't get any of the questions right. I probably spent too much time trying to solve the other questions, and then couldn't get any time to properly solve the mechanical design and analysis problems. Could this be the reason I failed? I'll put my diagnostic reports here so that you guys can get an idea of how I did on both times. What sections shoud I focus on? What kind of resources did you use to pass the FE Exam? Please let me know, and thanks in advance!
  2. I have several materials for sale related to the Power PE exam. I used all of these resources in varying degrees as part of my exam prep and received my PASS. Many were brought in to the exam room with me. I also have some leftover FE Electrical materials as well. Shoot me a PM if you are interested in any of them. PayPal for payment. Free Shipping. Will consider offers. Electrical Machines, Drives, and Power Systems by Theodore Wildi $25 NCEES Practice Exam $10 (Problems have my worked solutions) Power Reference Manual for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam 2nd. Edition by John A. Camara $40 Power Reference Manual for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam 1st. Edition by John A. Camara $35 FE Materials Study Guide for Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Electrical & Computer CBT Exam by Wasim Asghar (answers are circled) $25 Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Electrical and Computer Practice Exam #1 by Wasim Asghar (answers are circled) $15 Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Electrical and Computer Practice Exam #2 by Wasim Asghar (answers are circled) $15 OR $40 for all 3 FE Electrical and Computer CBT Review Manual by Michael R. Lindeburg $35 Sold Cram for the Professional Engineer Electrical and Computer Power Exam by James Flanagan (some writing and circled answers) $15 Cram for the Professional Engineer Electrical and Computer Power Exam Sample Test Volume I by James Flanagan (some writing and circled answers) $15 Cram for the Professional Engineer Electrical and Computer Power Exam Sample Test Volume II by James Flanagan (some writing and circled answers) $15 NFPA 497 $25 NFPA 499 $25 NFPA 30B $25 NFPA 70 Handbook 2017 Hardcover Tabbed with Tom Henry KEY WORD INDEX $65 Tom Henry's KEY WORD INDEX Based on the 2017 Code Handbook Edition Softcover book $15 NFPA 70E 2018 $25 Spin-Up For the Electrical and Computer Engineering PE Exam (Power) Five Sample Exams 2nd Edition by Cory Lanza (Some writing and circled answers throughout) $15 NESC 2012 Spiralbound (worked perfect for me during October 2019 exam!) $15 The Electrical Engineer's Guide to Passing the Power PE Exam by Alexander S. Graffeo (Writing throughout and blank sheets at the end are completely filled with formulas and notes) $30 Complex Imaginary Electrical Code Drill Book 2nd. Edition (Writing on first 6 pages) $10 Power Sample Exams for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam by John A. Camara $15 Power Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam by John A. Camara $15 Study Guide for PE Electrical and Computer Power Exam by Wasim Asghar (answers to practice problems are circled) $20 The Ultimate Electrical Engineering Training Manual for the Power PE Exam by Tony Watson (answers are circled) $20 Power System Analysis & Design by J. Duncan Glover $25 ShoreBrook PE Power Power Practice $10 (Some writing and circled answers) KAPLAN PE Power Electrical Engineering License Review Study Guide by Howard A. Smolleck (very minor highlighting) $10 KAPLAN Electrical Engineering 360 Problems & Solutions for the PE Exam 2nd Edition by Edward Karalis (pencil writing throughout) $10 KAPLAN PE Power Electrical Engineering Sample Exam by Thyagarajan Srinivasan $10 Electrical Engineering Sample Examinations for the Power, Electrical and Electronics, and Computer PE Exams by John A. Camara $15 Electrical Engineering Quick Reference for the Power, Electrical and Electronics, and Computer PE Exams by John A. Camara $15
  3. Today is the last day for many of our FE Live Online Early Registration discounts! Save up to $300! Early Registration Discounts
  4. Live Online courses from the School of PE are a great way to study for your FE Civil Exam. Here is a short preview of our Live Online classroom experience. For more information about our FE Civil Courses, please visit: School of PE
  5. Black Friday 2019 Special Offers, ends Friday, November 29th! Use promo code BF2019 at checkout to receive an additional $50 off any review course. View Our Black Friday Sale
  6. This week's practice question comes from our FE Civil review courses. We'll post the solution tomorrow. FE Civil Review Courses
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  8. Let's start the week off with a Practice question. We'll post the solution tomorrow. FE REVIEW COURSES
  9. It's time to prepare, practice, and pass your exam! School of PE students have higher than national average pass rates! We are offering early registration discounts on our Live Online and Onsite review courses. Select your review course and take advantage of discounts. Click to Learn More.
  10. The exam is getting closer, make sure your calculator is approved: https://ncees.org/exams/calculator/ and you are trained on its functionality. #TestTipTuesday
  11. Here is a practice portal question for you to enjoy. We will post the solution on Monday. Have a great weekend.
  12. Who can solve this question from our practice portal? Comment below, and we will post the solution tomorrow. School of PE
  13. Here is a sample question from our practice portal. We're excited to see how many people will get it right. Post your answers below, and we will post the correct solution tomorrow.
  14. Did you know that the School of PE offers customized Corporate training packages? School of PE has taught students for 15 years, and we'd love to help your organization. Learn More
  15. You’ve probably heard the phrase “Get those brain juices flowing…” and it makes sense that the flowing of said “brain juices” would be beneficial in studying for the FE Civil, PE Mechanical, or SE Vertical exam, right? So, what is the best way to promote information consolidation? Our answer: Practicing Problems. Actually practicing a set of problems may seem simple enough, but psychological studies have proven that there is a lot of science behind what makes practicing problems effective. In fact, practicing has been found to be one of the most effective techniques for studying because of the boost in cognitive functionality when doing so. Read More
  16. People always talk about their Mount Rushmore's of pro athletes. If you were building a Mount Rushmore today with the most significant Engineers who would they be? List them below, looking forward to seeing everyone's Mount Rushmore. https://www.schoolofpe.com/
  17. There is still a limited amount of time to take advantage of up to $300 savings off our Live Online FE review courses. Our students have 10% to 25% increased pass rates over national average*. View our website for details. School of PE Save Now
  18. Interviews don't have to be scary. The way that you passed your FE exam is the same way you can do great at the interview. All you need is to prepare and practice. Being prepared and making sure to practice will help you to pass the interview. We've compiled a list of 7 common interview questions on our blog. Check it out and learn some excellent advice for having a great interview. Visit our blog
  19. Hello All! My name is Kenneth Vallespin @citizenken PE from the Philippines and I am the owner of the website PinoyPE.com. I am a longtime lurker on this forum and one of the lucky souls who received guidance and support from the kind people here at engineerboards.com. I took the PE exam last Dec 2018 in Saudi Arabia and eventually as a non-citizen/non-resident I was able to become registered in Kentucky and Illinois. I am sharing my journey on my website/blogpost on the advice of one of the people here who helped me a great deal: Josh S. @ElectronicsPEPrep of http://electronicspeprep.com/. My apologies if I'm unable to repost it here as it has a lot of pictures and mess up the formatting and it's quite frankly TL;DR. Hoping that it could help some people here who are non-US citizens looking to be registered/licensed in the US. The blog post is here: Unlocking the P.E. <http://pinoype.com/2019/06/18/unlocking-the-pe/> Thanks very much and please feel free to give me holler at ken@pinoype.com
  20. Hello everybody. I'll be moving to the US next month and I'm trying to figure out whether to use NCEES or WES for credential evaluation or not even get an evaluation at all. I have a bachelor's degree in Electronics Engineering from a Brazilian university. It will be a couple of months after I arrive in the country that I'll have a worker's permit, so I have some time to figure what to do. I've seen lots of posts here talking about NCEES credential evaluation being needed to sit for an FE exam and I get that, but I also found this company called World Education Services (WES) that offers credential evaluations not only for licensing puposes but also for educational, if I want to go to grad school at some point for example. Essentially, I wanna figure what's the best course of action to take. I definitely need to work when I get my permit to help support my fiancee, so grad school is something I don't yet can/want to do. Does anybody know if WES credential evaluation is also accepted to sit for an FE exam? Is getting a credential evaluation and taking the FE even necessary for an entry level position? Is it something that can be postponed? Thank you in advance!
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