Fundamentals of Engineering Exam Introductory Videos
Details of the FE Exam
This video on the Fundamentals of Engineering exam details will help you:
1. Order the exam and other information from the NCEES website
2. Use the handbook to work FE problems
3. Identify your strengths and weaknesses
FE Exam Study Table
The FE Exam Study Table below shows the problem sets important to each of the seven exams. The letter “Y” means the problem set applies to the exam shown. A blank entry means these problems are not in the specifications for the exam.
As an example, suppose you are going to take the Civil (CE) exam, a “Y” in this column identifies the problem sets which cover topics on the CE exam; and farther to the right a red R resource link shows the resources in this course that address these problem sets. Click on the red R resource link in the table to get access to that problem set.
|Mech. Strength of Materials||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||→||R||R||R|
|ECE (EI & Comp. Engr)||Y||Y||Y||→||R||R||R|
O.D. = Other Disciplines Exam
Y = Yes, indicates the Exam and resources available for the problem sets
PPT = Power Point slides – problems on these slides may not correspond exactly to some of the problems on the videos
Topics = These are the handbook topics that correspond to the problems in the slides
R = Click on this resource link to get access to the problem set videos, PPT, and Topics
FE Online Resources
The National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) website is where you will order your free Online Reference Handbook and Examinee Guide.
The NCEES FE Reference Handbook is the only reference material that can be used during the exam. Register or log into MyNCEES to download your free copy of the FE Reference Handbook. The NCEES website is also where you will order the FE Exam itself.
Additional resources are available from other professional and educational websites.