User:Whiteknight/The PE Exam

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This outline was last edited on 2 December 2008. Last edit over 107 months ago. Please update.

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I probably will never pursue this book, so I would like to start looking for somebody else to adopt the outline and work on it. If nobody else wants it, I'll probably delete it. --Whiteknight (Page) (Talk) 13:40, 2 December 2008 (UTC)

New Title: "PE Certification"

Preface[edit]

This wikibook is going to serve as a study guide for the FE and PE exams.

Table of Contents[edit]

PE Certification[edit]

  • What are the FE/PE Exams?
  • The PE Process
  • Who Gets the PE?
  • Other Reasons to Take the FE
  • What you are allowed to bring
  • What the testing center provides for you
  • The NCEES Supplied Reference Manual
  • Test Formats

FE Exam Subject Breakdown[edit]

  • Mathematics
  • Economics
  • Ethics
  • Dynamics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Materials Science
  • Chemistry
  • Statics
  • Circuits
  • Computers
  • Thermodynamics

FE Afternoon Exams[edit]

  • The General Exam
  • Civil Engineering
  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Chemical Engineering
  • Computer/Software Engineering
  • Industrial Engineering

PE Exam[edit]

  • What is the PE?
  • How to Qualify
  • Who Gets the PE?
  • Legal Standing

PE Subject Tests[edit]

  • PE Agricultural
  • PE Architectural
  • PE Chemical
  • PE Civil
  • PE Control Systems
  • PE Electrical and Computer
  • PE Environmental
  • PE Fire Protection
  • PE Industrial
  • PE Mechanical
  • PE Metallurgical
  • PE Mining and Mineral
  • PE Naval Architecture and Marine Engineering
  • PE Nuclear
  • PE Petroleum
  • PE Structural I
  • PE Structural II
  • PS

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