Sooo... just like it says. Anyone here have their PE?? I'm studying for the Michigan 'Mechanical' exam on April 20 and it has been a bitch so far. I do most of my work in mechanisms and such, so reviewing Thermo and Heat Transfer has been killing me. The good news is that this weekend I start up on Statics and Materials (ahhhhh. stuff I remember).. then roll into machine design, dynamics, and controls. Just looking for anyone who's been through it before and any advice or tips they can offer. Thanks! -Ben PS> For those non-Engineers: The PE is the "Professional Engineer" exam. It is a licensing exam similar to the Bar exam for Lawyers or the CPA for accountants. You take a preliminary exam when you graduate and the second exam once you have worked more than 4 years. You also need professional references to get it. Once you have it, you can legally 'practice' as an engineer and sign off/ stamp designs as approved. I believe it also allows you to be called as an 'expert witness'. Most importantly (for me), it is necessary if you want to sell "Engineering Services" to the public, or be an independent consultant.