HP 33s Scientific Calculator, your best choice for the FE / PE exams
With 32 KB user memory, the HP 33s is the most powerful programmable 2-line scientific calculator offering the choice of both efficient and time-saving HP’s Reverse Polish Notation (RPN) data entry or Algebraic data entry options permitted on the FE (Fundamentals of Engineering) or PE (Practice of Engineering) series of examinations.
Steps to becoming a Licensed Professional Engineer
Step One - Graduation: The first step is graduating from an accredited engineering program at a college or university.
Step Two- The FE Exam: The first exam in the licensure process is the Fundamentals of Engineering (FE). This exam is offered in April and October every year. Most students take the exam right before graduation, or soon after, while the technical information they’ve studied is still fresh in their minds.
Step Three - Work Experience: Appropriate work experience is required for licensure. Once you begin working, you should check with the licensing board in your state to make sure that you are meeting their requirements.
Step Four- The PE Exam: Once you have gained the appropriate experience required, you can take the second exam in the licensure process, the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE). These exams are offered in both April and October.
Updated On: 13.08.26