F.E. Test Takers (BYU ASCE)

We are trying to help students who are preparing to take the Computer Based Testing version of the FE Exam, effective January 2014.

The FE exam is available year round in January, February, April, May, July, August, October, November.

Please included your name and contact info so you can connect with other students preparing and get study sessions set up.

    FE Exam topics: (effective January 2014)

    Mathematics, Engineering Probability and Statistics, Computers, Ethics and Business Practices, Engineering Economics, Statics, Dynamics, Mechanics of Materials, Materials, Fluid Mechanics, Hydraulics and Hydrologic Systems, Structural Analysis, Structural Design, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Construction, Surveying http://ncees.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/FE-Civil-CBT-specs_with-ranges.pdf
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    Note:

    Due to the flexibility of test dates, we are not currently planning to schedule reviews with the professors, due to low turn out in previous semesters. However, if we can get a solid group together that would be interested, we can definitely work something out with the faculty. There are several video resources on the web to assist you with FE preparation. Some of those videos are posted on the BYU ASCE Blog. http://byuasce.blogspot.com/p/fe-exam.html There are a couple hard copies of sample question books available to borrow. Contact Ryan Beaumont if you would like to borrow one (ryantatebeaumont@gmail.com). If you have questions about the exam administration and what to expect, contact Sam Mineer (samuel.mineer@gmail.com) or another student who has taken the new version of the test. Good luck!