Fundamentals of Engineering
The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam (also know as the EIT Exam or FE Exam,) is a test an aspiring engineer takes to become an Engineer in Training (EIT). After passing this test and working under a licensed engineer, the EIT can then take another test to see if they have enough knowledge to become a professional engineer.
The FE test was created by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying® (NCEES)to create a set of standards for the engineering field.
About the Test
The FE exam is a 110 question test that you will be given 6 hours to take. In the past the test was taken using pencil and paper, but in 2014 the test went to a computer based version.
There are 7 different exams that can be taken:
- Electrical & Computer
- Other Disciplines
I am hoping to go through my old notes from school and create a few practice test to help young engineers prepare for the test
FE Practice Exam 1
The following calculators were listed to be used with the exams, though you should always double check to make sure. NCEES Calculator Policy.
If you would like to know more about the exam you can find a lot of useful information on the NCEES Website