Test Preparation

  • Extensive classroom review 
  • Mid-Week Practice Sessions
  • FE exam style homework assignments
  • Problem solving techniques & test taking strategies

  • FE style Mock Exam

Winter Session (January - April 2019)

Calgary & Edmonton - ​Classroom

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Fall Session (September - December 2018)

Calgary & Edmonton - ​Classroom

Lectures Topic
January 26 Safety, Health & Environment, Mathematics
February 2 Advanced Engineering Math, Probability & Statistics
February 9 Statics, Dynamics
February 23 Mechanics of Materials, Ethics
March 2 Chemistry
March 9 Thermodynamics
March 16 Fluid Mechanics
March 23 Engineering Economics, Materials Science
March 30 Electricity DC
April 6 Electricity AC & Instrumentation & Data Acquisition
April 13 Mock Exam
Lectures Topic
September 22 Safety, Health & Environment, Mathematics
September 29 Advanced Engineering Math, Probability & Statistics
October 13 Statics, Dynamics
October 20 Dynamics, Mechanics of Materials
October 27 DC Electricity
November 3 Chemistry
November 10 AC Electricity, Instrumentation & Data Acquisition
November 17 Thermodynamics
November 24 Fluid Mechanics
December 1 Engineering Economics, Materials Science, Ethics
December 8 Mock Exam

Our Instructors

All of our instructors are highly qualified Professors & Registered Engineers who know the FE exam in depth and what it takes to succeed.

Classroom Lectures

The FE Exam Review Centre is here to help you properly prepare for the Fundamentals of Engineering exam (FE Exam). This is a classroom course which
covers all the topics including Math, 

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FE CBT Examination Preparation Course 

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Saturdays: 9am - 1:30pm

Deadline to Register: January 17, 2019

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FE Review Course Schedule

Designed to align with the new Computer-Based Test (CBT) format, this FE review course will be offered four times a year 


The courses will move at a considerable pace due to the amount of material to be covered therefore we encourage all examinees to study in advance for each class. This will further solidify their understanding of the concepts and provide a better opportunity for questions to be asked. See our FAQ page for more information.


Calgary - University of Calgary*
* This institution is not affiliated with the FE Review Centre may change periodically.