FE Exam Preparation

The Fundamentals-of-Engineering exam is the first step towards the goal of the P.E. after your name later in life. 
P.E. is Professional Engineer - licensed by the state you practice in.

2014 FE Exam, REVIEW SERIES

Sponsored by the School of Engineering at Penn State Erie

The FE review is (approximately) an eight-part series focused on preparing juniors and seniors for their first step toward a professional engineer’s license. A different topic will be covered each week by a professor experienced in that area. Each review class will last about 2 hours (unless otherwise noted) on the dates indicated.

REMEMBER: 

Date Day Room Time Subject Professor
2/6/2014 R Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Engineering Economics Mr. Sourish Sarkar
2/13/2014 R Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Mathematics: Linear Algebra, Geometry & Trig. Identities Mr. J. Andy George
2/19/2014 W Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Fluid Mechanics Dr. Jun Zhou
2/27/2014 R Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Physics Energy and Work Dr. Lauren Falco
3/5/2014 W Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Chemistry Dr. Alan Jircitano
03/10 - 14/2014 none none none SPRING BREAK  
3/26/14 W Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Statics Mr. Dean Lewis
4/3/2014          
4/10/2014 R Burke 101 7:00-9:00pm Thermodynamics Dr. Russell Warley
4/16 or 17/14          

NCEES: (2014) Familiarize yourself with the Exam Day Policies prior to taking the exam.

The NCEES Examinee Guide is the official guide to policies and procedures for all NCEES exams. All examinees are required to read this document before starting the exam registration process. It is your responsibility to make sure that you have the current version. NCEES exams are administered in either a computer-based format or a pencil-and-paper format. Each method of administration has specific rules. This guide describes the rules for each exam format. Refer to the appropriate section for your exam.

Calculator Policy for 2014 FE exams

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