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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

How To Prepare for Electrical Engineering Board Exams

Hello folks,

I was just want to insert this post because I know that Registered Electrical Engineering Board Examination is near approaching here in the Philippines. I also want to share some tips I did before which I think will be helpful to you. These are just a short advice.

I think at this time you were able to select your review center in which you will going to attend your review class. This is very important because most of the review centers are giving helpful tips and techniques on how you will going to deal with your major subjects. In choosing your review center, be able to know if that review center has a higher percentage passing of examiners. It is best to asked for advice for previous students of that review center regarding their review class experienced. From this, you may have your comparison which review center will you join as your stepping stone for success.

Keep in mind that review classes are not giving you 100% topics that you'll going to review for your board exam. They will just give you a guide on how you will going to prepare and study each topics which are mostly covered during board examination. Besides, be able to follow these advices and help they offered because most of them are helpful and will keep you on track during review classes.

Explore more on the topics you reviewed during your review classes because this would help you to understand more the concepts or the principles of a certain topic. Solving more application problems are very helpful to understand the used of certain engineering formula. I advice you not just to memorize formula. Use it! More practice helps to built your confident that you could make it on board exams.

By the way, here are the common subjects which are commonly given during Electrical Engineering Examinations:

For Mathematics:
  • Trigonometry
  • Analytical Geometry
  • Differential Calculus
  • Integral Calculus
  • Differential Equations
  • Complex Numbers
  • Probability and Statistics
  • Advanced Engineering Mathematics including Matrices, Power Series, Fourier Analysis, Laplace Transforms and others...
For Engineering Sciences and Allied Subjects:
  • General Chemistry
  • College Physics
  • Computer Fundamentals and Programming
  • Engineering Materials
  • Engineering Mechanics
  • Fluid Mechanics
  • Strength of Materials
  • Thermodynamics
  • Electrical Engineering Law
  • Engineering Economics
  • Engineering Management
  • Contracts and Specifications
  • Code of Professional Ethics
  • Philippine Electrical Code Part 1 and 2 ( National Electrical Code ) and others..
For Electrical Engineering Professional Subjects:
  • Electric Circuits
  • Electronic Theory and Circuits
  • Energy Conversion
  • Power Transmission and Distribution
  • Instrumentation and Measurement
  • Circuit and Line Protection
  • Control Systems
  • Principles of Communications
  • Electrical Machines
  • Electrical Equipment
  • Components and Devices
  • Electric Systems
  • Power Plant
  • Electronic Power Equipment
  • Illumination
  • Building Wiring and others...
I will not go on to details of each subject for the meantime for it is a broad discussion as what we are going to take here in learning electrical engineering course.

Try to take your pre-board exam because it will helped you know and measure your chances of passing your incoming board exams. It will also make you know which subject is your weaknesses. In line with this, you could still manage yourself in coping up with the subjects that you failed to passed.

Is it important to relax your mind 3 days before board exam. It will help you to think well during your board examination.

Just one thing more. Always be ready and goodluck to you!

Cath me more here in Learn Electrical Engineering for Beginners.



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