FE Exam Day Logistics for Seniors
The October 26, 2013 exam will be held at the Student Recreation Center, Recreational Gym and in Berthoud 243. Seniors are assigned to either location as follows:
NCEES - issued seat numbers 1 through 168: Rec Gym
NCEES - issued seat numbers 169 through 195: Berthoud 243
On the day of the exam, please report to the exam location NO LATER than 7:15 AM for admittance. Bring your government-issued photo identification (driver’s license, official ID or passport) and your seat number. Student ID cards (i.e., Blastercards) are not acceptable as proof of identity.
The exam will consist of two 4-hour sessions, with separate exam books and answer sheets for each. You will be issued a copy of the FE Reference Manual to use in the exam; no other reference material is permitted. Please see the exam rules page here for a list of what may and may not be brought to the exam room.
The approximate schedule for the exam sessions is as follows:
Morning session: 7:20 AM to 7:40 AM for instructions
7:40 AM to 11:40 AM for exam
There will be a lunch break between sessions, lasting approximately 45 minutes, during which time every student must not be in the exam room. You will be readmitted for the afternoon session at 12:30 PM.
Afternoon session: 12:35 to 12:45 PM for instructions
12:45 PM to 4:45 PM for exam
Each proctor is in charge of 24 examinees, and two proctors work together in each section. Please contact your proctor with any questions during the exam, but be aware that proctors are not able to give any technical assistance with exam questions. The proctor’s tables are marked with the seat numbers in their charge – find the range that contains your seat number to access your proctors. The proctors will also circulate within your section to monitor as well as answer questions.
Only one person in each section is allowed to use the restroom at a time. If you need to use the restroom, bring your exam materials to your proctor to hold for you until you return. Please do not speak with anyone else while in the restroom.
Answers to frequently asked questions can be found here.