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I've been out of my bachelors program for some time but just finished my masters so I want to get this exam taken while I still have some relevant information rattling around in my head. I ordered the Brightwood Industrial Engineering: FE Review Manual and plan to start with that. LINK What are some other good review resources for the Industrial FE that you have found?
North Carolina results are in! I passed Mechanical Sytems & Materials! The NCEES exams are the best to study with. Buy the current one from ncees.org and find one of the 2008, 1999 ones if you can. Some questions are repeated, but I found them the best practice!
Hello all, I've been approved for the Oct PE Mechanical exam and I'm planning on taking the mechanical systems and materials afternoon depth. My first goal is to determine what references I should bring on exam day, so I can study directly from those over the next few months. While I see many topics about what resources to bring, I don't see any good replies that are specifically for the *mechanical systems and materials* test. Sorry if I'm just blind :-) Has any one taken this depth test? What books/resources did you bring and what did you actually use? Many thanks!