How do you show EIT on resume?
You may want to put it in the “Certification and Training” section of your resume if you have one, but since I have no other certifications, I wanted to keep my resume compact instead of creating a new section just for one thing. It depends on where you are. Here EIT doesn’t exist and I use Engineer-in-Training.
How do you know if you passed the FE exam?
You get the results from you computer-based FE Exam 7-10 days after testing. You will receive an e-mail directing you to sign into your MYNCEES account to find out if you passed. NCEES reuses its questions for other exams, so the results don’t tell you which ones you got right.
What percent do you need to pass the FE?
What score do I need to pass the FE-CBT Civil exam? The required score to pass this exam is not a set number used yearly. Typically, scoring an estimated 50% of the exam correctly will result in a curved passing score (70%).
How long should I study for the FE?
Commit To Study 4 to 6 Months Each week, plan on committing at least 10 to 15 hours on studying for the FE exam. That’s about 1 ½ to 2 hours each day. Your study time should consist of reviewing the reference book, working through a test prep course, and taking multiple practice tests.
How difficult is the civil FE exam?
The Fundamentals of Engineering Exam is a 6-hour, 110-question test that covers a wide range of topics related to civil engineering. The test itself isn’t hard. Passing the FE doesn’t mean you’re an expert engineer, it just proves to employers that you didn’t cheat your way through college.