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NCEES Exam Schedule

Here is Information About Upcoming NCEES FE/EIT, PE and SE Engineering Exams That Can Help You Plan Your Studies Efficiently.

FE/EIT Exam Dates

NCEES has offered since January 2014 FE/EIT and FS exams that are based on a new computer-based testing format (CBT). You may take these exams at any participating Pearson VUE® authorized testing center in the United States. The exams are available Monday-Friday during the following months:

  • January, February and April.
  • May, July and August.
  • October and November.

All test-takers must register for one of these FE/EIT exam dates by logging on to their state or territory’s engineering board website. As a result, please visit our state engineering board website to find links to your state or territory’s engineering board website that can help you register for the FE/EIT exam.

We offer FE/EIT exam refresher courses that can help you prepare for the following FE/EIT exams:

  • FE/EIT Civil exams.
  • FE/EIT Electrical exams.
  • FE/EIT Environmental exams.
  • FE/EIT Mechanical exams.
  • FE/EIT Other Disciplines (General) exams.

To register for one of our FE/EIT refresher courses, please visit our FE/EIT review course home page for more details. For more information about the FE/EIT exam, please visit NCEES's FE exam home page.

PE Exam Schedule Details:

The table below presents a current schedule for the NCEES PE exam that is good through 2022. All test-takers must register for one of these PE exam dates by logging on to their state or territory’s engineering board website. As a result, please visit our state engineering board website to find links to your state or territory’s engineering board website that can help you register for the PE exam.


Year

Exam Dates

2016
April 15 and Oct. 28
2017
April 21 and Oct. 27
2018
April 13 and Oct. 26
2019
April 5 and Oct. 25
2020
April 17 and Oct. 23
2021
April 23 and Oct. 22
2022
April 22 and Oct. 21

We currently offer PE exam refresher courses for the following PE exams:

  • PE Civil exams that cover the latest design topics and new specifications for the new April 2015 exam format.
  • PE Chemical exams.
  • PE Electrical exams.
  • PE Environmental exams.
  • PE Mechanical exams.

Moreover, we also offer civil engineering students who want to obtain a California civil engineering license 15-hour supplementary refresher course that can help your prepare for the California Seismic exam and the California Surveying exam.

To register for one of our PE exam refresher courses, please visit our PE Exam review course home page. For more information about the PE exam, please visit NCEES's PE exam home page for more details.

SE Exam Dates

The table below presents a current schedule for the SE Vertical Forces exam and the SE Lateral Forces exam that is good through 2022. All test-takers must register for one of these PE exam dates by logging on to their state or territory’s engineering board website. As a result, please visit our state engineering board website to find links to your state or territory’s engineering board website that can help you register for the SE Lateral Forces exam and the SE Vertical Forces exam.


YEAR

SE Vertical Exam

SE Exam Lateral

2016
April 15 and Oct. 28
April 16 and Oct. 29
2017
April 21 and Oct. 27
April 22 and Oct. 28
2018
April 13 and Oct. 26
April 14 and Oct. 27
2019
April 5 and Oct. 25
April 6 and Oct. 26
2020
April 17 and Oct. 23
April 18 and Oct. 24
2021
April 23 and Oct. 22
April 24 and Oct. 23
2022
April 22 and Oct. 21
April 23 and Oct. 22

We offer review courses for the SE Vertical Forces exam and the SE Lateral Forces exam that can help you review the most important structural engineering techniques and math skills needed to pass these exams. For more information about these courses, please visit our SE Lateral Forces exam review course home page and our SE Vertical Forces exam course home page for more details. For more information about the SE Vertical Forces exam and the SE Lateral Forces exam, please visit NCEES’s SE exam home page for more details.

The information provided above is provided by courtesy of NCEES’s exam website. It is current as of 4-25-15. All information and policies are subject to change. As a result, please visit NCEES’s exam website for updated information. Good Luck!

For more information about our NCEES exam refresher courses, please click on our home page for more details.