EIT/EI Review Courses

PSU offers a FE and PE Review Course - Find out more!

PEO Partners with Minnesota Society of Professional Engineers - Remember to list Oregon referred you to these classes!
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Mechanical PE
Attached are the results of my PE exam from October - PASS!! Thanks for providing an excellent prep class for this exam, I thought this class did a thorough job of getting me ready for the exam. Also, I enjoyed the lectures and instructors during exam prep. (Virginia)The lessons were very informative and included many deductive shortcuts. (Georgia)I liked that little to no time was spent on theory and the instructors immersed us in practical application of the topics covered. I also appreciate the difficulty of the lectures and problem sets -- I left the exam thinking "wow, that was a lot easier than I thought it was going to be." The course did an excellent job over-preparing us for the exam. (Minnesota)

Civil PE
I received good news this weekend regarding my passing score of the Civil PE exam! I want to thank you, MnSPE and the instructors for setting up the review course. It was well organized and a valuable tool in preparing for the test.  I would recommend it to any engineer taking the PE exam in the future. (Florida)All instructors were very helpful and willing to help with questions. They gave clear and complete answers to questions. (Iowa)I just wanted to let you know that I have passed my exam. I am certain that the MnSPE revie course was instrumental in passing on my first attempt. (South Dakota)

Electrical Power PE
The course was worth the time and money, thank you. (Minnesota)I doubt that I would have studied as much or covered as much territory without this class. (Missouri)I haven't taken the exam but know I will be better prepared because of this class! (Minnesota)

Fundamentals of Engineering
Because of the great format and content, I have already recommended this course to a co-worker. (New York)I thought the webinar presenters were typically well prepared. I found it easy to follow and ask questions. (New York)The webinar worked great for me as I was traveling a fair amount for work so I was able to attend even when I was out of town. (Connecticut)

The FE exam is typically the first step in the process leading to the P.E. license. It is designed for students who are close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree. The exam lasts 8 hours and is administered in April and October.

Course materials are published by Professional Publications (PPI), provider of the popular Lindeburg books - order through MnSPE and receive a 15% discount. This course comes with a guarantee - take the course again for free if you don't pass your exam.  Please note that you are from Oregon!

The NCEES also has some study materials: http://ncees.org/Exams/Study_materials.php
Learn more at the NCEES website.

List of accepted calculators: http://www.ncees.org/Exams/Exam-day_policies/Calculator_policy.php

Oregon State University IIE Engineers puts on a review class for the FE during the winter term.  https://secure.engr.oregonstate.edu/groups/iie/index.php/FEExam/FEExamReview

Portland State University has a short course for the FE and one for the PE: http://www.pdx.edu/cee/continuing-education