Registration for Our Latest Hawaii Professional Engineering Exam Review Courses Is Now Open for Upcoming NCEES FE/EIT, PE and SE Exams
Take advantage of our early registration discounts that can help you save up to $300 off your course registration fees.
School of PE is a Dublin, Ohio educational service provider that has offered high-quality review classes for NCEES engineering license exams since 2004. We currently offer Hawaii residents high-quality professional engineering exam review classes for the following NCEES engineering licensure exams:
We also offer our Hawaii PE, FE/EIT and SE engineering exam refresher classes LIVE online and ondemand. These flexible course options are easy to integrate into your busy schedule. As a result, we make it easy to schedule a time to study for the Hawaii professional engineering exams.
Here is background information about our Hawaii engineering exam review courses that explains how they can help you prepare for NCEES engineering exams.
We offer the following Hawaii PE exam review courses that help engineers who have at least four years of professional engineering experience obtain their NCEES PE credentials:
Our latest PE exam review course offers students a chance to complete a comprehensive review of the most important civil, chemical, electrical, environmental or mechanical engineering topics needed to pass Hawaii PE exams. Moreover, our PE exam review courses also offer math workshops that provide a logical way to obtain the advanced mathematics skills needed to pass Hawaii PE engineering exams.
We offer the following FE/EIT exam courses to Hawaii engineering students:
Our Hawaii FE/EIT engineering review course offer 72 hours of structured review time that is designed to help you prepare for the new NCEES computer-based FE/EIT exam using the NCEES FE/EIT exam reference book.
Students spend at least 60 percent of their course time attending review sessions that cover the most important general and discipline-specific engineering theories that are frequently encountered on the new NCEES computer-based FE/EIT exam. Students spend the remainder of their course attending math workshops that offer a logical way to develop the mathematical and numerical literacy skills needed to pass Hawaii FE/EIT exams.
We currently offer two separate Hawaii SE exam review courses that prepare students for either the SE Lateral Forces exam or the SE Vertical Forces exam. Students may take any available combination of these SE exam courses at one time to suit their needs.
Each course offers 60 hours of structured review time. Students spend at least 36 hours of this time reviewing the most important structural engineering theories involving lateral or vertical forces that are used while designing bridges and structures in windy areas or in areas that experience great seismic activity. The remaining 24 hours are used to attend math workshops that offer a logical way to obtain the mathematical skills needed to pass both Hawaii SE lateral forces exams by building on what you have previously studied to solve harder math problems.
Due to popular demand, we will now offer our all of our Hawaii SE, PE and FE/EIT courses online. This schedule change allows us to offer live online feeds and ondemand course content options that we believe offer the scheduling flexibility needed to prepare successfully for the Hawaii professional engineering exams at your own pace. As a result, we will no longer be offering Hawaii FE/EIT onsite courses as of spring 2015.
However, we will continue to offer some of our Hawaii PE civil engineering exam courses on-site at several convenient Hawaii-area locations. These courses will offer Hawaii-area engineering students who prefer to study for their NCEES exams in a traditional classroom setting access to our efficient study methods that are a tremendous value.
You should consider attending School of PE’s Hawaii SE, FE/EIT and PE engineering exam review courses because we offer many benefits that can help you take the guesswork out of preparing for NCEES engineering exams. Some of these benefits include:
We offer early registration discounts that can help you save up to $300 off your course fees. For more details about these discounts, please click on one of the following links below to register for one of school of pe’s hawaii professional engineering exam review courses:
This website maintained by the Department of Commerce and Consumer Affairs Professional & Vocational Licensing offers information about registration requirements that can help you decide when to take your Hawaii professional engineering exam.
This website maintained by NCEES offers a general overview of all its FE/EIT, PE and SE engineering licensure exams. It also offers a video that explains how to register for their exams that can help you decide when to attend our Hawaii professional engineering exam review courses.
This website provides detailed information about the latest NCEES exam-day policies that govern how students take professional engineering licensure exams in Hawaii. Be sure to review these policies in advance to avoid the difficulties that can make taking your NCEES exam difficult.
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