The TMS Metallurgical and Materials Engineering PE Licensing Exam Review Course will address a variety of approaches and methodologies, including design, analysis, application, and operations. This course will review the following topical areas:
This course will not provide specific exam questions, but rather is a review of exam specifications and knowledge areas and will provide practice and group work on sample problems. The program will help potential exam-takers identify which areas are strengths and which areas to focus their studying, saving time in the months leading up to the exam. In 2017, 70% of first-time takers and 36% of repeat takers passed the PE Metallurgical and Materials exam. Learn more about exam pass rates from NCEES.
The Metallurgical and Materials Engineering version of the Principals and Practice of Engineering (PE) Licensing Exam is the second part of the licensing examination’s requirement toward becoming a registered professional engineer. The first part is the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) written examination. The PE Licensing Exam is administered by state licensure boards, which are provided the test instrument by the National Council on Examiners for Engineering and Surveying (NCEES). The NCEES is responsible for scoring the examinations. The exam itself is developed by volunteer members of the TMS Professional Registration Committee.
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