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School of PE has been offering review courses for engineer certification exams since 2004. We are currently offering review courses in MO State for FE/EIT, PE/FE Civil, Electrical, Environmental, Mechanical, Chemical and the SE Vertical/Lateral exam. Classes are held in Missouri and around the country as well as online. See why our Missouri course for PE FE/EIT and SE engineering exam online review class is one of the best in the country.
We offer extensive refresher courses for all MO residence as well as all surrounding Missouri areas and across the nation. We offer refresher courses in many disciplines of engineering and continue to expand. For more information, please select a class tab from our menu above.
Our standard MO FE/EIT engineer Review Course offers thorough review of majority of the topics from Morning Breadth, and for Afternoon Depth exams in General (Other Disciplines), Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical disciplines. Our 70 hour base review course covers Morning Breadth and Afternoon General Depth exams as well as an Additional 27 hours of Review will be provided for each of Afternoon Civil, Electrical, and Mechanical Depth exams.
Note: We are no longer offering onsite courses for the 2015 FE Spring program.
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Use the link above to check Missouri's state board to find out about registration deadlines for the exams. Also, check your MO board for registration information and requirements to take the exam as they are different from state to state. Visiting your Missouri state board will help you to find the information you need to know.
FE/EIT Exams are usually taken by engineering students in college, however our classes are geared not only for people fresh out of college but engineered for the student who has been out of school for quite a long time. As a matter of fact, one of our more "mature" students passed the exam at the rightful age of 70 after taking our course!
The exam will be in two parts, 60 morning questions and 120 afternoon questions. The exam is a total of 8 hours long. You are allowed to have an open book however several states may have placed a restriction on some of the things you can bring with you to the exam so be sure to check with your Missouri board on what those items may be.
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If you are planning on taking a PE FE/EIT SE exam in Missouri , register now for our live online course or on site options. Additional details on the Missouri exam review can be found under Locations/Schedule menu item above and under Live Online Class option.
If you are planning to take the MO State engineer examination, increase your confidence by enrolling in a Review Course offered by the School of PE. We will help you to achieve your goal by:
Our pass rates continue to be much higher than the national average. We are excited and pleased our students in MO as well as all over the nation, have some of the best experts teaching many disciplines of engineering in our classes. Many students report passing the exam with ease after our course. We contribute a great deal of this success do to the fact that we use multiple teachers for each of our refresher courses who are specific to the topics of each study. Its because of this reason its easy for our students to pass the exams. Review School of PE Current Exam Pass Rates.
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