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    FE/EIT AM w/CD-ROM - The Best Test Prep for the Engineer in Training Exam(requist)

    FE/EIT AM w/CD-ROM (REA) - The Best Test Prep for the Engineer in Training Exam (Test Preps)



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    Product Description
    The ONLY book with 3 full-length, 4-hour exams, plus 12 comprehensive reviews for the AM portion of the FE(EIT). Step-by-step explanations are presented. Knowledge of the first 90 semester credit hours of a typical engineering program are tested. Thorough reviews are provided for all areas tested on the FE, including the two new sections, Computers and Ethics. For engineering students who are pursuing an 'Engineer-in- Training' certification.



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    You Can Succeed on the FE: AM EXAM

    By reviewing and studying this book, you can succeed on the Fundamentals of Engineering Examination Morning Session. The entire FE Exam is an eight-hour, supplied-reference exam split into AM and PM sessions lasting four hours apiece; the morning session is common to all engineering disciplines, while the afternoon session is offered in five disciplines. Because the FE was formerly known as the EIT (Engineer-in-Training) Exam, many aspiring engineers know it today as the "FE/EIT."

    The purpose of REA's The Best Test Preparation & Review Course for the FE: AM Exam is to prepare you sufficiently for the morning portion of the FE Exam. Our book does this by providing you with 12 review chapters-each of which includes sample problems-and three full-length practice tests. Our review chapters and practice tests have been crafted by experts on the FE to reflect the scope and difficulty level of the actual FE: AM Exam. In accordance with the move by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES) to all-metric AM exams, we have gone all-metric (with the necessary exception of a few problems). You'll find that our topical reviews are rich in examples that feature thorough, step-by-step solutions. REA's practice tests enable you to completely simulate the FE test-taking experience while providing the added value of detailed explanations for every answer. While availing yourself of either the reviews or the practice tests alone would surely be helpful, we strongly recommend using the two approaches in tandem.

    About our Authors
    In order to provide review material for you that properly captures all subjects and subtopics covered on the actual FE: AM Exam, every chapter in this book has been carefully prepared by text experts in various fields of engineering. Our authors and editorial review board have thoroughly examined and researched the mechanics of the FE: AM Exam to ensure that our book is accurate, calibrated to the correct difficulty level, and relevant to the FE-from start to finish. Our experts, most of whom are P.E.'s and Ph.D.'s, have been widely published and are highly regarded both within and outside academia, holding positions at leading U.S. colleges and universities and in private industry.

    About the Test
    The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam is one part in the four-step process toward becoming a professional engineer (P.E.). It is administered by NCEES and is offered twice a year, on Saturdays in April and October. Graduating from an approved four-year engineering program and passing the FE qualifies you for certification as an Engineer-in-Training or an Engineer Intern. The final two steps towards licensing as a P.E. involve completion of four years of additional engineering experience and passing the Principles and Practices of Engineering (PE) Examination, which NCEES also administers. Registration as a professional engineer is deemed both highly rewarding and beneficial in the engineering community.

    To register for the FE, contact your state's Board of Examiners for Professional Engineers and Land Surveyors. To find the licensing board in your state and to get information on the exams, contact NCEES:
    National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying
    P.O. Box 1686
    Clemson, SC 29633-1686
    Phone: (800) 250-3196
    Website:

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    Test Format
    The FE features two distinct sections. One section, the FE: AM, is given in the morning while the other, the FE: PM, is administered in the afternoon. This book will prepare you for the FE: AM Exam.

    The FE: AM is a supplied-reference exam, so candidates are not permitted to bring reference material into the test center. Instead, you will be mailed a reference guide when you register for the exam. You can also view, at no charge, the entire up-to-date FE Supplied-Reference Handbook at the NCEES Website. (Each FE Exam will be administered using the latest edition of the handbook. You can count on your FE handbook review being considerably enhanced by study of our subject reviews and completion of our model tests.) You can also be assured that the NCEES guide will provide all the charts, graphs, tables, and formulae you will need. The same book will be given to you when you sit for the test.

    You will have four hours to complete the AM portion of the exam. It consists of 120 questions spanning 12 engineering subjects:
    Subject Approximate No. of Problems
    Mathematics 18
    Probability and Statistics 8
    Chemistry 11
    Computers 8
    Ethics and Business Practices 8
    Engineering Economics 10
    Statics and Dynamics (Engineering Mechanics) 12
    Strength of Materials 8
    Material Properties 8
    Fluid Mechanics 8
    Electricity and Magnetism 11
    Thermodynamics 8

    While thoroughly detailed, our topical reviews lay out the facts for you clearly and cogently. Each chapter begins with a short introduction and then progresses to the specifics of the topics. Each topic is completely explained, using example problems, diagrams, charts, and formulae.

    You may wish to take some of the practice exams at various stages in your studying to gauge your strengths and weaknesses. This will help you determine which topics you need to study more. Take one practice test when you finish studying so that you can see how much you have improved. For studying suggestions that will help you to make the best use of your time, see the Study Schedule presented on page xii.

    Test Sections
    For studying purposes, the FE: AM can be broken down further into engineering topics. Your registration booklet will explain the breakdown and list the subtopics included under each major heading.

    Overall, there will be 12 different topics on the FE: AM Exam. The following is a summary of the topics that may be included on the exam, along with the types of related questions.
    Mathematics
    Analytic geometry
    Integral calculus
    Matrix operations
    Roots of equations
    Vector analysis
    Differential equations
    Differential calculus
    Probability and Statistics
    Measures of central tendencies and dispersions (mean, mode)
    Probability distributions
    Conditional probabilities
    Estimation for a single mean
    Regression and curve fitting
    Expected value in decision-making
    Hypothesis testing
    Chemistry
    Nomenclature
    Oxidation and reduction
    Periodic table
    States of matter
    Acids and bases
    Equations
    Equilibrium
    Metals and nonmetals
    Computers
    Terminology (types of memory, baud rates, Internet)
    Spreadsheets
    Structured programming
    Ethics and Business Practices
    Code of ethics
    Agreement and contracts
    Ethical versus legal
    Professional liability
    Public protection issues
    Engineering Economics
    Discounted cash flow
    Cost (incremental, average, estimating)
    Analyses
    Uncertainty (expected value and risk)
    Statics and Dynamics
    Area moments of inertia
    Frames and trusses
    Centroid of area
    Equilibrium of rigid bodies
    Resultants of force systems
    Concurrent force systems
    Linear motion (force, mass, acceleration, momentum)
    Angular motion (torque, inertia, acceleration, momentum)
    Mass moments of inertia
    Friction
    Strength of Materials
    Shear and moment diagrams
    Stress types
    Stress strain
    Deformations
    Combined stresses
    Columns
    Indeterminant analysis
    Plastic versus elastic deformation
    Material Properties
    Properties (chemical, electrical, mechanical, physical)
    Corrosion mechanisms and control
    Materials (engineered, ferrous, nonferrous)
    Fluid Mechanics
    Energy, impulse, and momentum equations
    Fluid statics
    Fluid properties
    Flow measurement
    Pipe and other internal flow
    Electricity and Magnetism
    Charge, energy, current, voltage, power
    Force between charges
    Current and voltage laws
    AC circuits
    Capacitance and inductance
    Equivalent circuits (series, parallel)
    Reactance and impedance, susceptance and admittance
    Thermodynamics
    Thermodynamic laws
    Cycles
    Gas mixtures
    Phase changes
    Heat transfer
    Energy, heat, and work
    Availability and reversibility
    Ideal gases
    Properties of enthalpy and enthropy

    Scoring the Exam
    Your FE: AM score is based upon the number of correct answers you choose. Each of the 120 questions is worth 1 point, and no points are subtracted for incorrect answers. A single score between 0 and 100 is given for the entire test (both AM and PM sections), and both sections are weighted equally. The grade given is on a pass/fail basis. The breakpoint between passing and failing varies from state to state, although 70 is a general reference point for passing. Thus, the general reference point for passing the FE: AM section alone would be 35.

    The pass/fail margin is not a percentage of correct answers or a percentage of students who scored lower than you. This number fluctuates from year to year and is reestablished with every test administration. It is based on previous exam administrations and relates your score to those of previous FE examinees.




    Product Details


    • Paperback: 1136 pages
    • Publisher: Research & Education Association (February 13, 2007)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 0738603325
    • ISBN-13: 978-0738603322
    • Product Dimensions: 11 x 8.4 x 2.1 inches



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    Dear brother Mohammad,

    I don't have the book, but this file is a "condensed" version of the prep material. I am taking this test in October, and I got this file to help me brush up after the studying portion is done. I also have a CD rom which has questions on it, which I will also try uploading here shortly. I hope this helps.

    Thanks for all your efforts on this site,

    Mohamed Saad

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    Fe cd rom

    Dear Mohamed (sorry I spelt it wrong previously),

    Here is the CD rom with the all the discipline questions (both AM and PM sessions) that came with the book. This should be good practice.

    All the best,

    Link:

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    Quote Originally Posted by msaad2 View Post
    Dear Mohamed (sorry I spelt it wrong previously),

    Here is the CD rom with the all the discipline questions (both AM and PM sessions) that came with the book. This should be good practice.

    All the best,

    Link:

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    Very Thanks My brother

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    Thnak you,
    Is it possible to provide more fe exam practice CD or DVD?

    Regards,

    Ahmed

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      You do not need the book! the question is high school level

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      do i have to burn it on an empty cd?

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      • Quote Originally Posted by msaad2 View Post
        Dear Mohamed (sorry I spelt it wrong previously),

        Here is the CD rom with the all the discipline questions (both AM and PM sessions) that came with the book. This should be good practice.

        All the best,

        Link:

        [link Point to another website Only the registered members can access]

        Please help.. The file is expired..
        how can we have a copy.. thank you..

      • the said files are expired , are there any other links?

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