FE Electrical and Computer Exam Preparation Course
150+ On-demand lectures, 70+ quizzes, 10+ mini-exams
Covers all exam sections as per the latest NCEES® exam specification
Solved examples, quizzes and mini-exams with detailed solutions
Teaches efficient problem solving techniques required for FE exam
One-of a kind explanations
Complicated concepts are explained in easy-to-understand manner
Detailed solutions provided for all practice problems
Relevant examples included to facilitate learning
Automatically updates your course completion progress
Helps in identifying weak areas and address the gaps
24/7 email access to the instructor – Wasim Asghar, P.E., P.Eng, M.Eng
More about the Course….
Are you a recent Electrical and Computer Engineering graduate or a seasoned professional preparing for FE Exam?
Are you finding it difficult to study for the latest FE Electrical and Computer exam?
Are you looking for a structured and well planned learning resources?
If you answered yes to any one of the questions above, then this course is for you! This course all sections of the latest NCEES FE Computer-based Testing specification and it will allow you the flexibility to learn anytime, from anywhere, and at your own pace by learning from 150+ lectures and quizzes. The theoretical explanations, example solutions and quizzes will streamline your efforts towards the goal.
This course offers you on-demand preparation for FE Electrical and Computer Engineering exam. It will allow you to gain competency of necessary knowledge areas and develop proficiency in solving multitude of problems.
1 – Overview, facts and tips related to each exam section
Each section starts with a high level overview which goes over the key knowledge areas, NCEES FE Reference Handbook page numbers, facts and preparation tips that will provide you a bird’s eye view.
2 – Theoretical concepts
It is not easy to remember all the theoretical details from last term college course let alone recalling those details if the course was taken years ago. That is why every this course is strategically divided into lectures that will fast track your review of theoretical concepts that might be rusty. Simple concepts are presented as such and more complicated ones are explained by going in necessary details.
3 – How to solve FE-style problems
At the end of the day it all comes down to this : “Are you able to get the correct answer ?”
It may sound correct but there are few other factors that are of prime importance. One of the most important factor is time management during FE exam. You will not have infinite time to get to the correct answer due to which you are not only required to get the correct answer but also get the correct answer in correct amount of time.
The sample problems solved in the lectures along with the ones presented in Study Guide (preparation book that complements the lectures) will try to present efficient ways of solving the problems.
4 – Quizzes
It is not sufficient to go through the lectures and examples without testing yourself (sometimes of details that are not offered in the lecture). This will allow you to push yourself a bit and help gain better conceptual understanding.
5 – Preparation framework
If you have taken other standardized tests such as SAT, GRE, GMAT etc. you can attest to the fact that acing or simply passing any such exam require strict adherence to a schedule and preparation framework. This course will assist you in developing a preparation framework by offering you a package of theory, solved examples, quizzes and references for practice problems.
- Algebra and trigonometry
- Complex numbers
- Discrete mathematics
- Analytic geometry
- Ordinary differential equations
- Linear algebra
- Vector analysis
Probability and Statistics
- Measures of central tendencies and dispersions
- Probability distributions
- Expected value (weighted average)
Ethics and Professional Practice
- Codes of ethics
- Intellectual property
- Time value of money
- Cost estimation
- Risk identification
- Analysis (e.g., cost-benefit, trade-off, breakeven)
Properties of Electrical Materials
- Semiconductor materials
- Electrical (e.g., conductivity, resistivity, permittivity, magnetic permeability)
- Thermal (e.g., conductivity, expansion)
Circuit Analysis (DC and AC Steady State)
- KCL, KVL
- Series/parallel equivalent circuits
- Thevenin and Norton theorems
- Node and loop analysis
- Waveform analysis (e.g., RMS, average, frequency, phase, wavelength)
- Frequency/transient response
- Laplace transforms
- Transfer functions
- Sampling (e.g., aliasing, Nyquist theorem)
- Analog filters
- Digital filters (e.g., difference equations, Z-transforms)
- Models, biasing, and performance of discrete devices
- Amplifiers (e.g., single-stage/common emitter, differential, biasing)
- Operational amplifiers (e.g., ideal, non-ideal)
- Instrumentation (e.g., measurements, data acquisition, transducers)
- Power electronics (e.g., rectifiers, inverters, converters)
Power theory (e.g., power factor, single and three phase, voltage regulation)
- Transmission and distribution
- Motors and generators (e.g., synchronous, induction, dc)
- Electrostatics/magnetostatics (e.g., spatial relationships, vector analysis)
- Electrodynamics (e.g., Maxwell equations, wave propagation)
- Transmission lines (high frequency)
- Block diagrams (e.g. feedforward, feedback)
- Bode plots
- Closed-loop response, open-loop response, and stability
- Controller performance (e.g., steady-state errors, settling time, overshoot)
- Basic modulation/demodulation concepts (e.g., AM, FM, PCM)
- Fourier transforms/Fourier series
- Multiplexing (e.g., time division, frequency division, code division)
- Digital communications
- Routing and switching
- Network topologies (e.g., mesh, ring, star)
- Network types (e.g., LAN, WAN, internet)
- Network models (e.g., OSI, TCP/IP)
- Network intrusion detection and prevention
- Network Security
- Number systems
- Boolean logic
- Logic gates and circuits
- Logic minimization (e.g., SOP, POS, Karnaugh maps)
- Flip-flops and counters
- Programmable logic devices and gate arrays
- State machine design
- Memory technology and systems
- Algorithms (e.g., sorting, searching, complexity, big-O)
- Data structures (e.g., lists, trees, vectors, structures, arrays)
- Software implementation (e.g., iteration, conditionals, recursion)
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
When does the course start and finish?
The course starts now and ends whenever you want! It is a completely self-paced online course – you decide when you start and when you finish.
How is this course different from your book?
Study Guide for FE Electrical and Computer Engineering CBT Exam is an excellent ‘problem-based learning’ resource. This course however dives into the nuts and bolts of Electrical and Computer Engineering examination by explaining necessary theoretical concepts, examples and quizzes. In fact, it is designed such that you will actually be able to maximize your learning experience if you are already using my book for exam preparation!
Will watching the videos and solving quizzes be sufficient enough to prepare for the examination?
These videos and quizzes are specially developed to expedite your preparation of FE Electrical and Computer examination. The more time and effort you invest in this quest the better your chances of success will be.
Are these live sessions or pre-recorded lessons?
These are pre-recorded detailed tutorial videos which you can watch as many times as you’d like.
What if I am unhappy with the course?
We would never want you to be unhappy! If you are unsatisfied with your purchase, contact us in the first 30 days and we will give you a full refund.