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    yacoubmahany
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    dears
    can you help me with books or any information to pass FE exam and how can i pass this exam ?

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    tinasingh
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    Hi, I am a student and many students in our college prepare for this exam. The FE is graded on a pass/fail system. Since each test is a bit different. There isn’t a designated number of passing students for the exam.

    Note the following tips will help you.

  • Aptitude testing questions with one correct answer, that all students should be comfortable answers, but there will be many on the exam to introduce a time crunch.
  • Numerical reasoning questions, that aren’t only designed to mathematical ability, but your ability to use data as a tool to solve problems. Don’t think tables of data … but think word problems that give some useful data and some irrelevant data.
  • Mechanical & logical reasoning questions to test concepts like pattern recognition or logical rules that may be used in ethics as an example.
  • Inductive reasoning questions in which all the answers are correct, but the student must choose the most correct.
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TahiraMadani
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You need to study continuously The EIT/FE Exam HOW TO PASS ON YOUR FIRST TRY reference book which is developed by engineers. Apart from that go over to the past exam questions/answers. Planning is most important and makes yourself comfortable with each and every concept. Learn about instrumentation cable manufacturers and other important things about power cable or electricity.

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