The FE Exam

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The FE Exam

Everything YOU need to know.

By: ASU Chi Epsilon Officers

What is the FE Exam?


First

step in the process of obtaining a
PE License


An
8 hour exam
that is administered in April and
October




When is the best time to take the FE exam?



During your senior semesters.


This semester the FE Exam is on

Oct 29, 2011

What is
in

the FE Exam?


Contains
180

multiple choice questions


120 Questions in the Morning Session


60 Questions in the Afternoon Session


Morning

Session is the SAME for EVERYONE


Afternoon

Session corresponds to
your

undergraduate degree.

http://www.ncees.org/Ex
ams/FE_exam.php


Visit this website for…

1.
Your

FE exam specification

2.
How

the FE is scored

3.
Pass/Fail
Rates.

http://
www.ncees.org
/Exams/States
/
AZ_engineering.php

^ Follow the above link to find out more
information on the entire registration process


First
,
submit
the FE or PE Exam Approval
Application and fee (
DEADLINE: September 2,
2011
)
(Applications are in the above
link or attached to the
email with this power point)


Then

REGISTER ONLINE

-

(Following slides will
explain more on how to register for the exam)


How to register for the FE Exam?


https://apps.ncees.org/emsLogin
/


Follow the above link and the following slides will give you
detailed visual instructions on how to register.

Don’t have an account?


Click on


Once you click on [Create one here] the above


image will show up, please fill out your



correct information.




This image should show up.

Dear
YOU,



Click here to confirm your email address
https://apps.ncees.org/emsLogin/?v
=
xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx


If you cannot click on the link, copy and paste it into your browser's address bar.




If you have received a previous link, please note that it is now invalid and this
link must be used.


Thank you,


NCEES



Please do not reply to this email.

Your email.


The link in the email will lead you to the Examinee
Profile.


Please fill out information correctly and make
sure it will match the I.D. you will be providing at
the FE Exam


The next section is education history, fill out your
correct education information

Exam Registration


Click on “Register for an exam”


After reading, agree to the NCEES Agreement


The board you will be applying to is Arizona


Indicate that morning module is the Fundamentals of
Engineering and your afternoon module of your choice (

Civil,
Environmental, etc. )


The final step is paying the fee ($125) and finishing your
registration.

1. Security Information

2. Examinee Profile

3
. Education History

4
. Exam Registration

Step 1:

Submit Arizona FE Exam
Approval Application



Step 2:
Online Registration

Registration, DONE!

In summary…

How to study for the FE Exam?

Woo! Yeah! Be excited.


ASU Chi Epsilon can help make studying easier!

Purchase the review books from ASU Chi Epsilon!

FE Review Manual, 3
rd

Edition


Retail Price: $79.95

Our Price: $65


Designed
to prepare examinees to pass the FE/EIT exam the first
time, the
FE Review Manual


by Michael R.
Lindeburg
, PE, provides a
complete and comprehensive review of the topics covered on the
FE/EIT exam.


Discipline
-
Specific Review


Retail Price: $59.95

Our Price: $40


Each
book
is
designed to help candidates assess their exam topic
knowledge and build their problem
-
solving confidence with 60 practice
problems with full solutions and two complete 4
-
hour practice exams.


Discipline

specific reviews are
available
for
civil
,
mechanical
,
electrical
,
industrial
,
environmental
, and
chemical
.



Our prices are cheaper than the retailing price!

Questions? Contact John Heck via email (
jwheck@asu.edu
) about your FE Book order!

Please fill out an order form and make a check payable to
ASU Chi Epsilon
.

D
rop it off at ECG252 before August 15
th

or September 2
nd
(We do not accept cash)

What’s in each review manual?

FE Review Manual, 3
rd

Ed.

Full Package

Complete FE exam coverage in

54 easy
-
to
-
read chapters.

13 topic
-
specific diagnostic exams

Over 1,200 practice problems with

step
-
by
-
step solutions

A 4
-
hr morning session sample exam


Topics within the manual include:

Biology, Chemistry, Computers, Ethics

Dynamics, Circuits, Economics, Fluid

Mechanics, Materials Science, Math,

Mechanics of Materials, Statics, Heat

Transfer, Thermodynamics, & Transport

Phenomena


61 practice problems, with solutions

2 complete 4
-
hour discipline
-


specific exams

Coverage of all the topics for the

c
ivil discipline



Topics within the manual include:

Varies according to discipline



ASU Chi Epsilon’s

Fall 2011


FE Exam

Review Sessions


Every semester we host review
sessions
to better prepare
Arizona’s FE
Exam participants
with the best professors
on campus

and the most organized
team!

What’s in and how much
are the FE Reviews?


The
morning package

consists of 11 sessions
and is encouraged for all
engineering majors.



The
full package
consists
of 18 sessions and
encouraged for only civil
engineering majors.



All fees are paid at the door & bring your student I.D.

What’s in each package?

Morning Package

Full Package

Mathematics

Eng. Probability & Statistics

Chemistry

Computers*

Ethics, Business Practice & Econ.

Statics

Dynamics

Deformable Solids

Fluid Mechanics

Electricity & Magnetism

Thermodynamics


Including Morning Package and…

Surveying
& Materials*

Hydraulics & Hydrologic Sys.*

Soil
Mech

& Foundation (
Geotech
)

Environmental Engineering

Transportation

Structural Analysis & Design

Construction Management*


FE Review Schedule will be available on Aug 20
t h

Contact Isha at
ivmehta@asu.edu
for more info.

FE Review Sessions not enough?

If you need more individualized help for specific questions, visit
the engineering tutoring center! Free for all ASU Students.

Location:
ECF 100 at Arizona State University, 85287


Click here for their
website

or
Facebook
!

What to bring on exam day.


Exam Authorization Notice


This will be emailed to
you 2
-
3 weeks prior to your scheduled exam


Government Issued Photo Identification


Typically
Passport or Drivers license


Approved Calculator


This link has a list of
approved calculators:
http://
www.ncees.org
/Exams/Exam
-
day_policies
/
Calculator_policy.php


DO NOT BRING:


Writing utensils, wrong calculators, your cell phone


Chi Epsilon

Arizona State University

GOOD LUCK!

Questions about the
FE Review
Sessions
?
Contact Isha at
ivmehta@asu.edu

If you want a copy of this
P
resentation
,
Contact Isha at
ivmehta@asu.
edu

Questions about the
FE Review
Manuals
?
Contact John at
jwheck@asu.edu