Hi I am studying for the E&CE PE Electrical Exam using the Kaplan
Practice Exam book by Edward Graham.
My complaint is that some of the questions are tricky and unique and
not common examples and that I seem to spend 3 hours on a problem. At
that rate I would certainly fail the EE PE Exam Is this a common theme
or am I simply not bright?
Is there a better book to prepare me with sample questions? I am
starting to get discouraged, always having to turn to the answer key,
problem after problem.
I passed the EIT and I'm above average intelligent and a very hard
worker but i can't seem to make headway lately preparing for this exam.
I had a 3.6 in Drexel EE Evening College and I have a MSEE.
Has anyone out there taken this exam? I enjoy studying and reviewing
but not 1 problem a night! Can anyone give me guidance as to better
methods to prepare?
One example I mention is a BJT npn problem with a Zener Diode at 8.2
Volts, 1ma and 40 ohms stuck in the emitter side. The Zener throws all
kinds of loops into the DC and AC small signal analysis to the point
that you have to be very very lucky to solve it.
Believe it or not, I believe some of the problems to have incorrect
Appreciate any feedback.
15 years ago