Getting your hands on sample exams is beyond valuable. Being able to review and work through an exam solving structured problems will not only prepare you for what to expect on the test, but mentally prepare you for working such an exam under the timed conditions. The timing factor is something people tend to overlook, you have 180 total problems on the EIT exam and 480 minutes to complete them; that breaks down to a little over 2 and half minutes per problem.
Throughout my studies, I found that many of the resources I was spending my money on were falling short in some keys areas important to us aspiring engineers. Recognizing this, I decided to fill a portion of this void by developing a Practice Exam targeting expansion of these weak points. Check out the EngineerInTrainingExam.com EIT AM PRACTICE EXAM for an exam that can’t be beat in presentation, detail, and price.
However, I hadn’t developed this exam prior to me taking the EIT, so I used Michael Lindeburg’s FE/EIT Sample Examinations in my preparation. You can read reviews and purchase the book from Amazon HERE
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