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    Fundamental of Engineering (FE) Electrical Exam

    Does anyone here know which review class is good for FE exam? Is there any active form for FE/PE exam? I found engineer board but it doesn't seem to be very active.

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    Are you just out of or still in school? If yes, you might prep book it and forego a class. Be sure to take the electrical specific (not more general) in the afternoon.

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    I think engineer boards is probably the most active. Since a change a few years back, the entire exam is electrical rather than breadth and depth (where you choose electrical) for the afternoon session. It is now only offered via computer vs. the old scantron.
    Dennis L. Karst, P.E.

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    I agree, http://engineerboards.com/ is the only one I'm familiar with.

    For code and some theoretical electrical items, this board is helpful, as well as https://www.eng-tips.com/threadminder.cfm?pid=238
    Ron

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    When I got my license, back in the Stone Age, the FE exam covered the widest possible scope of subject matter. There was no separation by specialty. Are you sure you're not confusing this with the Principals and Practices exam, which is subject matter specific?

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    Quote Originally Posted by gadfly56 View Post
    When I got my license, back in the Stone Age, the FE exam covered the widest possible scope of subject matter. There was no separation by specialty. Are you sure you're not confusing this with the Principals and Practices exam, which is subject matter specific?
    It has changed, you don't need the chisel and tablet anymore
    https://www.nspe.org/resources/pe-ma...5/evolution-fe

    https://ncees.org/engineering/fe/
    Ron

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