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  1. As the Computer Based Testing (CBT) is implemented for all Engineering PE exams starting from April 2020, I would like to initiate a thread to share the experience on Mechanical engineering HVAC & R and Thermal Fluid Systems (TFS) - PE exam as soon as candidates take the exam and share their experience. Below are some areas of concern, 1. Overall difficulty level? 2. Morning session questions, what they include and how many? 3. Afternoon session questions, what they include and how many? 4. Question outside the NCEES reference manual? If yes difficulty level. 5. Best practice problem book to be used for CBT based on the difficulty level? For eg. PPI Mechanical engineering practice problem, 14th edition, NCEES practice exam etc. 6. When did you get the test results? Please, continue to share the experience as you take the exam that would be greatly appreciated. Thanks you in advance and GOOD LUCK to all exam takers.
  2. Did you know the School of PE offers expert tutoring? Tutoring is one on one just you and one of our subject matter expert instructors. Our instructors customize each tutoring session to your precise needs. Learn More
  3. Just wanted to share, something that helped me a lot to study is the "PE Chemical Reference Handbook", available for free from NCEES: The PE Chemical Reference Handbook is now available for download. It contains charts, formulas, tables, and other information that may help you answer questions on the PE Chemical exam. However, it does not contain all information required to answer every question; theories, conversions, formulas, and definitions that examinees are expected to know have not been included. Log into MyNCEES to download your free copy. The only downside is that you have to print it out...
  4. 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
  5. I'm in a position now where it is helpful for me to have PE licenses in most of the States. A few States require that the license be displayed, but we may rarely do work in many of these states, and I don't want to have 40+ frames on my wall. So, I'm considering buying a binder and keeping all my licenses in there, but leaving the binder "on display". Thoughts? What would or have you done in this situation?
  6. Hello all. I figured we needed a thread so we can spread the word about results. Good luck! Has anyone seen their license login checklist change at all yet?
  7. NESC 2017 $155 Contact jkying@gmail.com for faster response
  8. Looking to sell my reference items. - Printed out 2017 NESC in 3-ring binder - $20 - Art and Science of Protective Relaying printed/binded - $20 - Protective Relay Principles by Sleva - $20 - 2011 NCEES practice exam with no marks - $15 - GT Binder - $300 - PE Review course notes and hand written reference notes - $300 - Wildi book (no marks-paperback edition) - $30 - PPI practice exam book (no marks) - $20 - CI Volumes 1-4 book (no marks) + Drill book - $90 - Graffeo (lots of markups in it) - $15 Everything - $700 Make reasonable offer if you want to bundle up different items.
  9. Hi all, Does one need to continue renewing their EIT/EI license after obtaining their PE? Thanks.
  10. 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
  11. 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.
  12. All those taking exam in Sacramento, California Area. Wondering where is the usual exam location for Power PE? Thanks.
  13. Exam time is 7 days and 13 hours away. Here is another question from our practice portal.
  14. The exam is getting closer, make sure your calculator is approved: https://ncees.org/exams/calculator/ and you are trained on its functionality. #TestTipTuesday
  15. Hi, I just recently graduated from my University and passed the FE exam 2 weeks ago. In Texas, they allowed us to be able to take the PE exam with no working experience as long if you're an EIT, but will have to wait for 4 years to get the license for the experience. My question is, is it possible for someone who has no working experience in the industry to be able to take the PE exam and pass? My major is in electrical power, I currently am internship for a control systems company, but I am hoping to take my power PE soon because it's seem like the only one that most people take.
  16. So, to the best of my knowledge, the California PE Civil exam is broken up into two parts: the National 8hr exam, and the additional Seismic&Surveying exam. I believe the board allows people to take the 8hr exam before having all qualifying experience. Is this true? & if so, how early in advance can the 8hr exam be taken? I’ve passed the FE exam and am starting my masters this Fall. I know I need 2yr experience to qualify for the PE license but I was wondering if I can sit for the 8hr exam this upcoming year i.e. spring 2020 (and then take the seismic & surveying part later after 2yr experience).
  17. Exam time is rapidly closing in. If you would you prefer some expert one on one tutoring from one of our Instructors just let us know. School of PE is ready to help. We have many instructors who tutor in their specific areas of expertise. Allowing for you to have an experience customized to your needs. Learn More About Tutoring
  18. While it is true that those who take an NCEES exam during or right after college have the information needed to take the exam fresh in their mind, efficiently preparing for your chosen exam with a strategic study and preparation plan can lead to success. As we’ve worked with many students who haven’t been in the classroom for 30+ years, we’d like to say we know a thing or two about what helps those students out the best. So why do people believe this misconception? While it is true that those who take an NCEES exam during or right after college have the information needed to take the exam fresh in their mind, efficiently preparing for your chosen exam with a strategic study and preparation plan can lead to success. As we’ve worked with many students who haven’t been in the classroom for 30+ years, we’d like to say we know a thing or two about what helps those students out the best. Read More
  19. 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
  20. 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/
  21. Hi everyone, For those who may ask for it, below the steps I went through to obtain the CA PE license. Discipline: Mechanical. 04/05/19 - Took NCEES 8 hour exam 05/14/19 - Received results notice from NCEES. Passed 8 hour. 05/20/19 - Mailed my application package for licensure via USPS priority mail (with a tracking number) 05/21/19 - CA BPELSG received my application package (tracked with tracking number) 05/29/19 - CA BPELSG cashed the check in my application package 07/29/19 - Received email from CA BPELSG, stating that my application package was technically approved 08/20/19 - Received email from CA BPELSG, stating that I was a California licensed Professional Mechanical Engineer 08/21/19 - Received mail with license number Overall the process went pretty fast once the application was submitted but putting all the paperwork and application package took a lot of time going through official school transcripts, notarization, recommendation sealed letters etc. Good luck to you all.
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