PE (Professional Engineer) licensure opens the doors to obtaining career opportunities (such as consulting) and job promotions The IEEE offers this latest tutorial in the "Principles and Practice of Engineering review" video series to electrical engineers. From In this CD-ROM, presenters Martin Roden and Sidney Soclof describe the format of the PE examination, along with strategies in taking the exam. They then guide the viewer through the solutions to three essay questions and three multiple-choice questions in the area of electronics. This CD-ROM will reinforce theories you have learned in school and be able to focus on the essential concepts required in analyzing and designing complex circuits. You will also receive valuable hints that help maximize your score on the PE exam. To get the most from this programme, you should have completed a standard course in electronics. A course in basic systems analysis is also helpful. Since engineering licensure specifications vary from state to state, please refer to your state's licensure board for requirements and regulations. State licensing boards use examinations prepared by the National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). Visit the NCEES Web site for more information. Electrical engineering examinations are held each April and October. This CD-ROM programme is supplemental to the "NCEES Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE): Sample Problems and Solutions in Electrical Engineering" book. If you do not already have this book, either purchase it through the IEEE or through the NCEES to use with this video. This programme takes you step-by-step through solving Electronics Problems 291, 292, 293, 591, 592 and 593 of the NCEES sample problems and solutions book.
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