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  1. Hi everyone, This was my second time taking the Power PE exam and I thought the test was harder than last time. I studied for more than 4 months and tried to focus on my weaknesses as much as possible but it didn’t seem to help. I wanna hear from other people’s experiences regarding the past exam, if it was your second time did you feel it was harder or easier? Thank you.
  2. Anybody want to share their failure scores with me? I'm trying to figure out about how close I need to get to pass. I failed, and made a 46/80. I'm only 6 months out of college and into my career as a Power engineer at a G&T Utility company. I kind of want to take it again in April, but my gut feeling says to wait a year to get more experience. I won't be eligible to get my license until 2022 anyways. Any suggestions on if I should wait/how hard it will be for me to get my score up in a year's time?
  3. Anyone took the test today? I took it in MO. Would love to hear how you guys felt about it to calm my anxiety haha. Did you feel like you nailed it? Which session was harder?
  4. Hi everyone! Does anyone have complex imaginary sets and drill code books for sale? Thanks
  5. Hi everyone! Does anyone have complex imaginary sets and drill code books for sale? Thanks
  6. 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
  7. Hi, Does anyone have the electrical power pe references? please reach me out 2107580766 or o.basyouny33@gmail.com thanks
  8. Hello all, My background is in mechanical engineering and I have passed FE - Mechanical (took it in 2017). I work as an O & M engineer in renewable energy industry in Idaho. I am interested in taking PE - Power exam but I am not sure if I will be allowed to switch specialization when I am taking my PE. I went through NCEES and state specific PE documentation to see if that's allowed. But I did not find anything which prohibits that. Let me know if anyone knows more about it. That would be much appreciated. Thanks !!
  9. Hi All, I have these for sale. All in like-new condition (99.92% new) Georgia Tech Study Binder (3-inch binder): This came with the online course, but the binder alone has so much helpful materials that helped me pass. It has many shortcuts and tricks on how to solve Power PE problems. I spent almost $1000 for the class so I'm asking for $360 for the binder. Alex Graffeo: The Electrical Engineer's Guide to Passing the Power PE Exam. Just an awesome book that contains so useful information & study material that aims at helping test takers to pass the PE Exam: $80
  10. Capstone Learning Associates provides a comprehensive online review course for the Electrical PE: Power exam. Course modules include live tutor support, Sample Problems and step-by-step solutions to all exam topic problems, along with the targeted context required to successfully pass the exam. The modules are designed with professional graphics and narrated using professional recorded audio. In addition to this review, you will also find the following avaialable reviews: Mechanical PE Civil PE (Structural) Chemical PE FE Electical FE Civil FE Chemical
  11. See www.EngineeringExamTools.com for HP calculators that are already pre-programmed for selected exams, including the Civil PE, Electrical PE and FE exams. These products are designed to help you pass, and the NCEES calculator policy has no restrictions on the use of programmed calculators, provided that they are on the approved list. Programs were developed by professional engineers in the various disciplines and a detailed list of programs provided is available on the website. Each programmed calculator comes with a printed guide to help you make the most of the product. Below is the devi
  12. GTOShoota

    NCEES 514

    I havent' seen any other threads on this problem, but I'm really dumbfounded on their solution. The diagram in the back hasn't helped me much either. Maybe I'm not as strong on the PU as I thought. Any suggestions?
  13. Whether you are finishing school, a seasoned professional seeking licensure, or looking to advance your career, a Kaplan OnDemand Review Course is just what you need to be prepared for the upcoming exam. Designed to reinforce your exam review, these courses are packed full of problem-solving techniques and analysis. Each review includes: • Hours of quality instruction • Interactive instructor blog • Recorded lectures available 24/7 • Intensive review of exam topics • Exam-like problems • Exam-day strategies • Discipline-specific learning system (optional) Reviews available: FE (General)
  14. Whether you are finishing school, a seasoned professional seeking licensure, or looking to advance your career, a Kaplan OnDemand Review Course is just what you need to be prepared for the upcoming exam. Designed to reinforce your exam review, these courses are packed full of problem-solving techniques and analysis. Each review includes:• Hours of quality instruction• Interactive instructor blog• Recorded lectures available 24/7• Intensive review of exam topics• Exam-like problems• Exam-day strategies• Discipline-specific learning system (optional) Reviews available: FE (General) Civil FE Ele
  15. Kaplan's Electrical PE (Power) Exam Live Online Review Course is now 25% off. Course dates: July 22, 29; August 5, 12, 19, 26; September 2, 16, 23, 30; October 7, 14, 2012 Topics covered: Power Systems I Power Systems II and Protection Transmission Lines Transformers and NEC Rotating Machines Fault Calculations Power Performance Measurements and Instrumentation PLC/VFD/Econ Includes Kaplan's PE Power Electrical Learning System! Use coupon code ELECPE25 at checkout. Coupon code expires at 11:59 pm CT on July 21, 2012. Register Today!
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