FE Electrical and Computer Exam Preparation Course
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FE Electrical and Computer Exam Preparation Course

Prepare for Electrical and Computer Engineering Sections of latest NCEES specification for Computer-Based FE Exam
3.7 (53 ratings)
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351 students enrolled
Created by Wasim Asghar
Last updated 8/2017
English
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  • 6 hours on-demand video
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  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Better prepare for FE Electrical and Computer Engineering sections discussed in the course
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Requirements
  • Get the latest version of NCEES FE Reference Handbook from www.ncees.org to make full use of these lectures
Description

Are you a recent Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate or a seasoned professional preparing for FE Exam? Are you finding it difficult to study for the core Electrical and Computer Engineering portions of the new Computer-based Testing specification? Are you looking for a structured and well planned learning resource? If you answered yes to any one of the questions above, then this course is for you!

This course is focused on Electrical and Computer Engineering portions of the latest NCEES FE Computer-based Testing specification and it will allow you the flexibility to learn anytime, from anywhere, and at your own pace by learning from 80 lectures and 64 quizzes. The theoretical explanations, example solutions and quizzes will streamline your efforts towards this goal.

This course offers you

On-demand preparation for FE Electrical and Computer Engineering exam. It will allow you to gain competency of necessary knowledge areas and develop proficiency in solving multitude of problems.

1 - Overview, facts and tips related to each exam section

Each section starts with a high level overview which goes over the key knowledge areas, NCEES FE Reference Handbook page numbers, facts and preparation tips that will provide you a bird's eye view.

2 - Theoretical concepts

It is not easy to remember all the theoretical details from last term college course let alone recalling those details if the course was taken years ago. That is why every this course is strategically divided into lectures that will fast track your review of theoretical concepts that might be rusty. Simple concepts are presented as such and more complicated ones are explained by going in necessary details.

3 - How to solve FE-style problems

At the end of the day it all comes down to this : "Are you able to get the correct answer ?"

It may sound correct but there are few other factors that are of prime importance. One of the most important factor is time management during FE exam. You will not have infinite time to get to the correct answer due to which you are not only required to get the correct answer but also get the correct answer in correct amount of time.

The sample problems solved in the lectures along with the ones presented in Study Guide (preparation book that complements the lectures) will try to present efficient ways of solving the problems.

4 - Quizzes

It is not sufficient to go through the lectures and examples without testing yourself (sometimes of details that are not offered in the lecture). This will allow you to push yourself a bit and help gain better conceptual understanding.

5 - Preparation framework

If you have taken other standardized tests such as SAT, GRE, GMAT etc. you can attest to the fact that acing or simply passing any such exam require strict adherence to a schedule and preparation framework. This course will assist you in developing a preparation framework by offering you a package of theory, solved examples, quizzes and references for practice problems.

I am confident that you will find this course instrumental in your exam preparation.

Who is the target audience?
  • Target audience of this course includes final year college students, new graduates as well as seasoned professionals who have been out of school for some time.
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80 Lectures
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Properties of Electrical Materials
8 Lectures 21:34

Chemical Properties - Atomic Bonding
03:22

Chemical Properties - Atomic Bonding
3 questions

Chemical Properties - Corrosion
05:10

Chemical Properties - Corrosion
2 questions

Chemical Properties - Diffusion
02:08

Chemical Properties - Diffusion
2 questions

Thermal Properties
01:51

Thermal Properties
2 questions

Electrical Properties - Permittivity and Magnetic Permeability
01:50

Electrical Properties - Permittivity and Magnetic Permeability
3 questions

Electrical Properties - Resistivity and Conductivity
03:27

Electrical Properties - Resistivity and Conductivity
4 questions

Mechanical Properties
02:08

Mechanical Properties
2 questions
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Engineering Sciences
5 Lectures 12:16
Introduction to Engineering Sciences
01:59

Work, Energy and Power
02:20

Work, Energy and Power
3 questions

Charge, Current and Voltage
02:44

Charge, Current and Voltage
2 questions

Capacitance
02:25

Capacitance
2 questions


Inductance
2 questions
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Circuit Analysis
8 Lectures 36:24
Introduction to Circuit Analysis
02:34


Kirchoff's Current Law
3 questions

Kirchoff's Voltage Law
05:05

Kirchoff's Voltage Law
2 questions

Series / Parallel Equivalent Circuits
04:01

Series/Parallel Equivalent Circuits
2 questions

Thevenin Theorem
03:48

Thevenin Theorem
2 questions

Norton Theorem
05:32

Norton Theorem
2 questions

Waveform Analysis and Phasors
05:31

Waveform analysis and phasors
2 questions

Impedance
03:47

Impedance
3 questions
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Linear Systems
6 Lectures 32:15
Introduction to Linear Systems
02:30

Frequency and Transient Response
08:50

Frequency and Transient response
3 questions

Resonance
04:53

Resonance
3 questions

Laplace Transform
07:28

Laplace Transforms
2 questions

Transfer functions
03:11

Transfer functions
2 questions


Two-port Theory
5 questions
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Signal Processing
6 Lectures 29:43
Introduction to Signal Processing
02:44

Continuous time convolution
06:50

Continuous time convolution
3 questions

Discrete time convolution
06:49

Discrete time convolution
2 questions

Z-transform and and Difference Equation
05:03

Z-transform and Difference equation
3 questions

Sampling
03:34

Sampling
2 questions

Filters
04:43

Filters
4 questions
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Electronics
8 Lectures 43:58
Introduction to Electronics
03:51

Solid-State Fundamentals
05:46

Solid-state fundamentals
5 questions

Diodes
05:55

Diodes
2 questions

BJTs
07:51

BJTs
2 questions

MOSFETs
07:09

MOSFETs
2 questions


Operational Amplifiers
1 question

Instrumentation
04:03

Instrumentation
3 questions

Power Electronics
03:29

Power Electronics
2 questions
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Power
7 Lectures 35:16
Introduction to Power
03:30

Single Phase Power
03:58

Single-phase Power
3 questions

Three-phase Power - Transmission and Distribution
06:53

Three-phase Power - Transmission and Distribution
2 questions

Voltage Regulation
03:50

Voltage Regulation
3 questions

Transformers
04:32

Transformers
2 questions

Motors and Generators
04:06

Motors and Generators
2 questions


Power Factor
2 questions
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Electromagnetics
5 Lectures 24:35
Introduction to Electromagnetics
03:24

Maxwell's equations
05:38

Maxwell's Equations
4 questions

Electrostatics/Magnetostatics
07:34

Electrostatics/Magnetostatics
2 questions

Transmission Lines and Wave Propagation
03:47

Transmission line and wave propagation
3 questions

Electromagnetic Compatibility
04:12

Electromagnetic compatibility
2 questions
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Control Systems
6 Lectures 30:12
Introduction to Control Systems
02:47

Block diagrams and Bode plots
09:08

Block diagrams and Bode plots
2 questions

Steady-state errors
03:10

Steady-state errors
3 questions

Routh-Hurwitz Criteria and Stability
06:07

Routh-Hurwitz criteria and stability
3 questions

Root Locus
04:13

Root Locus
2 questions

State Variables
04:47

State variables
2 questions
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Communications
6 Lectures 32:11
Introduction to Communications
02:55

Amplitude Modulation
05:23

Amplitude Modulation
2 questions

Angle Modulation (Phase/Frequency)
08:46

Angle Modulation (Phase/Frequency)
4 questions

Digital Communication (PAM/PCM)
04:09

Digital Communication (PAM/PCM)
4 questions

Fourier Transform/Series
05:01

Fourier Transform/Series
3 questions

Multiplexing
05:57

Multiplexing
2 questions
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About the Instructor
Wasim Asghar
3.7 Average rating
53 Reviews
351 Students
1 Course
P.E., P. Eng, M. Eng

Wasim Asghar is a Licensed Professional Engineer in Texas (PE), Florida (PE) and Ontario (P. Eng) with consulting experience in design, commissioning and plant engineering for clients in Energy, Mining and Infrastructure.

He holds Bachelors of Engineering – Electrical with distinction from McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada (2010) and Master of Engineering – Energy Systems from University of Toronto (2013) which was completed with full-time work.

In 2014, he undertook a two year project assignment for a mining client in Florida and also decided to pursue PE Licensure in United States. The road to licensure was challenging primarily because of lack of study resources for the FE and PE exams.

Wasim passed both exams in first attempts (FE in October 2014 and PE in April 2015). The lessons learned during the exam preparation process encourage him to write this book which is designed to help aspiring examinees better prepare for the latest CBT format of FE Electrical and Computer Engineering Exam.