Passing the FE exam is a MAJOR accomplishment! Not only do you get a great sense of satisfaction from crossing over this major hurdle, you move one step closer to becoming a professional engineer.
But I'm not going to lie, the test is a BEAST. You're going to need all the help you can get to sufficiently prepare for and pass the exam. That's why I'm gladly passing along my TOP secrets to passing the FE exam.
FE Exam Breakdown
The FE (Fundamentals of Engineering) exam is a 110 question, 5hrs 20mins, computer-based exam. That means you can count on roughly 3 minutes per problem.
The exam is split into a morning and afternoon section. The morning section contains a broad scope of questions, while the afternoon portion includes more questions related to the specific disciplines within civil engineering, like water resources, geo-tech, etc.
In my opinion, that can make the afternoon portion harder to get through. You'll really need to set yourself up to ace the morning portion so that you can dig deep in the afternoon.
That's why this week in my Quick Tips video, I'm going to give you my top 6 secrets to passing the FE exam to set up you up for the most success possible.
- What you REALLY need to review to pass the FE exam
- Time management strategies during the exam, including flagging
- What you need to memorize in order to plow through the test
- Your Ultimate secret weapon to passing the FE
If you're ready to prepare to pass the FE exam in the most effective way possible, this video is for you!