How long should I study for the FE exam?
We recommend planning to study for at least 2 to 3 months before your FE exam date. Once you get started practicing problems from all of the different topics covered, you’ll have a better idea if you need to spend more or less time preparing.
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How many hours should I study for PE exam?
We recommend that you study for approximately 100-120 hours. A solid study plan that worked for several of our engineers is to spend approximately one half day each Sunday studying for the three months leading up to the exam, and then study every day for a few hours the week before the exam.
How much does the FE exam cost?
The FE exam is a computer-based exam administered year-round at NCEES-approved Pearson VUE test centers. Learn more at the NCEES YouTube channel. A $175 exam fee is payable directly to NCEES.
How many times can you fail the FE exam?
The number of questions has also been reduced from 180 to 110. What if I need to retake the exam? NCEES allows examinees to take the exam once during each two-month period and up to three times per 12-month period.
Is the FE exam hard?
A 54% pass rate is a hard exam, the hardest among the FE exams. The FE Mechanical and FE Environmental exams now have the highest pass rate at 66% (see our chart in the next section below), and a 34% failure rate is something we consider very demanding.
Is 5.0 Amber a book?
The Amber Book method is a quick and deep dive into all of the material covered in the six divisions of the ARE. The premise is that there is so much overlap in knowledge needed for the 5.0 exams, that you should study for them all at once and take the exams back-to-back.
What is PPI training?
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Is PE exam difficult?
The PE exam is not a “tricky” exam. Students manage to fail even when questions are straightforward. The NCEES organization doesn’t sit in a room and think of ways to trick you. You will find, however, that they do list answers to questions with very common mistakes made.
Is the PE exam curved?
The PE Exam is not graded ‘on a curve’ and so there is no set percentage of candidates who pass each time.
Does Fe certification expire?
FE exam scores do not expire.
How difficult is the FE exam?
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