5 Effective Strategies to Crush the Civil FE Exam
Brought to you by EMI in conjunction with Civil Engineering Academy
October 5, 2021 at 12:00 pm EST
Will you have to pass the Civil FE exam in the near future? If so, please join us for this complimentary webinar, where we will dive into five major strategies that you need to ace this exam. The FE is a challenging exam and in this session, we will detail what you need to do to pass it. In this webinar, you'll learn how to
- Gather the resources you need on the exam,
- Manage your time effectively,
- Appropriately flag problems for review,
- Get to know the FE Handbook including some of the weird quirks,
- Utilize the best practice strategies, and
- Where to find practice problems.
We'll also discuss a very common question - Are review courses worth it?
If you are just starting to prepare, or are a repeat taker, then there will be something here for you. Spend a few minutes of your time to get ready for this major milestone in your life and give yourself the best possible chance to pass this exam, no matter if it's your first or fifth time taking this. The FE is the first step to getting your PE and we are ready to help you get there.
About the Presenters:
Isaac Oakeson, P.E. took and passed the Civil FE exam in 2006. He graduated from the University of Utah in Civil Engineering in 2008 and afterward earned a master's degree in engineering from the University of Arkansas. He has been working as a professional engineer for a local utility ever since graduating. He passed the PE exam in October of 2012 and started Civil Engineering Academy to help other engineers pass the FE and PE exams.
Anthony Fasano, P.E. earned his professional engineering license at the young age of 23 and then went on to become an associate at a reputable engineering firm by age 27. He did this by developing his managerial skills at a young age. Eventually, Fasano decided to leave his engineering job and provide managerial and leadership coaching and training services to engineers. Since then he has written a bestselling book for engineers entitled Engineer Your Own Success and hosts two top iTunes podcasts for engineers. He founded the Engineering Management Institute (previously known as The Engineering Career Coach) and is the author for the ASCE Careers & Leadership blog.[su_spacer]