Fundamentals of Engineering Exam
Exam Date: April 13, 2013
Location: Syracuse area
exact location notification is in spring
This presentation may help you in the FE Sign-Up Process click here.
However, some of the information is outdated now and you can ignore the part about Form 2 if you are registering during the 2 days the Watson School has their FE Sign-up Sessions in October. If you are registering any other time of the year, then you will need to complete the Form 2 and submit 2 copies as mentioned in the video.
(You can watch the presentation with either Windows Media Player or RealPlayer)
Watch the Watson School multimedia presentation of
"Preparation for the FE Exam" prepared by Prof. Richard Culver.
(Please note that Professor Culver's Overview video is an archived presentation from an earlier date.)
The FE Exam will be April 13, 2013!
To register for the FE Exam, students need to fill out ONE COPY of Form 1 (along with a $70 check made out to the New York State Department of Education).
Form 2 is not needed if you are registering during this sign-up session at BU.
FORM 1 (.pdf, 45kb)
FORM 2 (.pdf, 25kb) is only needed if you are submitting Form 1 directly to NYS Education Department on your own. Then you will need to stop by the Watson Associate Dean's Office (room ES-1422B) to submit 2 copies of Form 2.
Please note that both forms are in pdf format. If you need Adobe Acrobat Reader to download the forms, please click here.
"What happens after the forms are submitted?" Click here to find out!
Additional information regarding the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam can be found from the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). It is the NCEES that creates the Fundamentals of Engineering Exam. This site will provide you with study guides, example test questions, and other helpful information.
Important: The NCEES only allows certain calculators in the FE Exam. This is strictly enforced.
The NCEES updates their list of calculators by November 15 each year.
You may visit the NCEES website here.