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All courses are pre-recorded.  Once you purchase the course, you can access them at anytime .

It’s the same exact course, just with an updated name! We felt the name Accelerator better captured the essence of the course.

It depends on how quickly you understand the topics and how long you spend on it each day. Don’t rush through it though, make sure you are actually understanding the concepts.

There is a section in the course for you to ask questions. Alternatively, you can email us your questions and someone on my team will help you. We also have a private Facebook group where we have built small study groups for you to ask questions, learn from others, and support one another.

Although statics is covered in the FE Accelerator: Morning course, the Statics course is a good fit for those who feel they need a better foundation in the subject. Not everyone will need to take both courses. If you purchase the FE Accelerator: Morning and struggle through centroid, resultant forces, addition of vectors, moment of inertia, trusses, and friction problems you should consider purchasing the Statics course as well. 

The FE exam has 110 questions. It’s called the morning course because it has all the subjects that are more general, that are covered on FE civil, other disciplines, and mechanical exams. These questions are in the first part (morning session) of the exam. The topics covered are math, statistics and probability, computational tools, ethics, engineering economics, statics, dynamics, mechanics of materials, materials, and fluid mechanics. 

This course is for those who are taking the afternoon portion of Civil FE Exam. The course will be covering topics for the Civil FE Exam: Surveying, Water Resources and Environmental Engineering, Structural Engineering, Geotechnical Engineering, Transportation Engineering, and Construction Engineering. The course is currently in early access s0 not all of the topics are currently covered. For now, we provide some resources and recommendations for studying at the end of the Morning Course.

Yes, but that won’t be for a while. For now our initial focus is on the Civil Afternoon Course. Once that is complete my team and I will look into developing the afternoon course for the Mechanical and Other Disciplines exams. 

Yes! Although not for a while.

So at the moment, we don’t have a cheat sheet for all topics, we’re actually working on that right now, but we do have cheat sheets for a couple of subjects like statics and fluid mechanics. They are a part of the course and when you get to those topics you will have access to them. Also, make sure you create your own as well when you’re studying because that can be very effective!

In the course I use the TI 36X Pro when solving problems, it is the model I recommend because it is both easy and fast. The following calculator models are the only ones acceptable for use during the 2021 exams:

  • Casio: All fx-115 and fx-991 models (Any Casio calculator must have “fx-115” or “fx-991” in its model name.)
  • Hewlett Packard: The HP 33s and HP 35s models, but no others
  • Texas Instruments: All TI-30X and TI-36X models (Any Texas Instruments calculator must have “TI-30X” or “TI-36X” in its model name.

We recommend focusing just on one material, this prevents you from being overwhelmed or confused.

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