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Failed at 56, first try.  Engineering is a second career for me.   FE exam wasn't a problem, but this time too many life distractions.  I studied a ton, but sometimes life throws curve balls, e.g. my

Passed PE Mechanical Thermal Fluids at 50 on 1st try (April 2017). Passed FE / EIT Mechanical at 46 on 1st try. Finished masters degree in 1997. You can pass these tests later on in you

I passed the EIT in 1991. I lived in upper Northern California where the test and any exam prep courses were 2 hrs away and was married to someone who was not supportive. So it took me a long while t

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7 minutes ago, Dunya said:

I don't think this is a good post. Post your age who passed in here may discourage somebody.

Agree... Passing at a early age or a late age means nothing. If someone pass at a early age and never study anymore, I don't think he/she is more excellent than somebody pass at a late age but continue to improve oneself..

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Passed at 45, 21 years after passing the FE.  Took off time to have kids and raise a family - I've been working part time for 13 years and finally decided to take the PE.  So relieved to have passed and have it behind me!!!!

 

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Passed at 49. Passed the EIT in 1993. Worked Construction/Project Management for many years (not under a PE) so it took me quite some time to qualify. Never give up. You can do this !!!

I passed the EIT in 1991. I lived in upper Northern California where the test and any exam prep courses were 2 hrs away and was married to someone who was not supportive. So it took me a long while to get my act together. Moral of the story it's never too late and don't marry a jerk.

 

 

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