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If you want an Engineer in Training (EIT) Certificate you will get it from The National Council of Examine. Once you have completed this education and exam process you will get your Engineer in Training certification and be ready to move to the next step of your engineering.\nVisit, http://www.schoolofpe.com/engineer_in_training_eitexam.html
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The term (in-training) can be misleading because it seems to imply that you are still in college
or an intern but rest assured that once you have completed a minimum of three years of post-
secondary school from ABET-accredited engineering program, or related science curriculum
approved by the Board and passed the NCEES six-hour Fundamentals of Engineering (FE)
Examination you will be awarded this certification.
Guidelines to Follow:
If you are a fresh graduate or close to finishing an undergraduate engineering degree from an
EAC/ABET-accredited program, then this is the first step you should take towards becoming a
professional engineer. The FE exam is:
Structured with 110-questions
Given is 6 hours of time
You can register for an FE exam by logging in to your “MyNCEES’ account and following the
onscreen instructions. The soonest you can schedule your exam is 24 hours before the exam
date and the latest is 12 months after you paid for the exam.
Prepare for the FE exam by:
Reviewing the FE exam specifications, fees of $225, and other requirements
Reading the reference materials
Understanding scoring and reporting
Viewing the most up-to-date FE exam pass rates
Remember that there are three entities involved in this Engineer in Training certification:
NCEES, the testing authority are the ones who schedule the exams, so contact them
regarding exam registration and scoring.
Pearson VUE is the company that runs the testing locations. Contact them regarding the
State Licensing Board does the process of giving the license. Contact them regarding
qualifications for licensure.
The exam fee is payable directly to the NCEES. Some licensing boards may want you to file a
separate application and pay application fee. Special accommodation is available for
examinees that meet certain eligibility criteria and properly document their request.
The NCEES FE Reference Handbook is the only reference material that is helpful during the
exam. You will also get electronic reference handbook during the exam. For access prior to
your exam, you may either buy a hard copy or download a free electronic copy.
With these guidelines, get ready to appear for the Engineering in Training (EIT) exam. You can
take professional help too if needed.