The following PE exam post is a guest post by TEM member Andy Lin, PE, SE. I was so blown away by its depth and detail that I have also added it to our Guides section on the website.
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Here it goes:
It’s that “exciting” moment in your engineering career again.
After obtaining your Engineer in Training (EIT) and working for a few years, you are ready to take on the next challenge—the Principles and Practice of Engineering exam (PE exam).
As you start studying for the PE exam, you’ll probably notice that there are dozens of prep courses out there—most of which teach you “everything you need to know” about the exam.
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