Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Exam Review
What you'll learn
- Pass the FE Exam!
- In-depth coverage on the most common exam subjects
- Understand what is in the exam, materials allowed, and strategies to pass
- Managing your exam time and improving accuracy
- Gain confidence in how to approach the FE exam and the broad subjects
- Basic math
- Engineering degree
Learn about the Fundamentals of Engineering exam, how to prepare for it, and dive into the many broad subjects that are included on the test. Passing the exam is the step before becoming a professional licensed engineer, and this course aims to prepare you with strategies and the most likely subjects. The FE exam can be a daunting hurdle, but with this course the aim is to build confidence, speed, and accuracy to significantly improve the likelihood of passing the exam.
This course is appropriate for new graduates as well as those who have been out of school for a long time and returning to pursue their PE license. One of the things to get used to is not needing to get every question correct, but about time management to get answers for each question. Passing the FE exam will open doors for future opportunities and growth in any of the many fields of engineering and technical leadership.
The lectures here have been honed from teaching the subject online for over a decade. The content has been continuously updated to incorporate the latest from NCEES as well as feedback from the many students over the years. The instructor has been aiding and mentoring engineers for over twenty years, and encouraging youth and career changers to enter the fascinating world of engineering for their future and betterment of the world around us.
Who this course is for:
- Engineering students
Mr. Peterson is a registered professional engineer specializing in mission critical and data center design and efficiency. He is also a speaker and technical author on energy and sustainability techniques for data centers. Mr. Peterson's continued involvement with the many industry leaders has helped to cross boundaries between IT, facilities, sustainability, and reliability.