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My advice would be to just register and take the EIT Exam (FE Exam).
 
I graduated with an engineering degree in 1992 and didn't take the FE Exam until April 2000.  There was no way that I could have remembered the chemistry and stuff that was on the FE Exam.  I took a review course at a local engineering college, but didn't stress over the test.  The best way is to make sure you work through/go through the problems quickly without spending to much time on any one of them.  The most important thing I did, was to eliminate the answers I figured could not be correct, so I could spend more time on the question that I was able to work through.
 
I will be taking my PE in October 2003.  I think the PE is much more focused on the skills you need to develope to practice engineering.  But good luck, and I wouldn't sweat it, just take it and who cares if you don't pass the first time, it is worth a try.
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Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 2:24 AM
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Subject: NEED AN ADVICE

I'M A CIVIL ENGINEER FROM SOUTH AMERICA WITH 10 YEARS OF EXPERIENCE,  ALMOST RESIDENT IN THIS COUNTRY.
I KNOW ABOUT THE EIT AND PE TEST,   AND I'M LOOKING FOR THE BEST WAY TO PREPARE THE FIRST ONE.   CAN SOMEBODY GIVE  ME AN ADVICE ?
THANKS TO ALL YOUR