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Details below are relevant for the spring 2017 course. Course details and registration information for the fall 2017 course will be available in early July.

To receive information on our fall courses once it becomes available, contact MnSPE.

Spring 2017 Electrical Power PE Exam Prep Course



  • Online, live webinar only
  • M/W evenings 6-9 Central Time Feb. 15 -April 10
  • $700/members; $900/non-members
  • Registration deadline Feb. 14
  • Free retake GUARANTEED if you don't pass your PE exam
  • Purchase additional timed access to webinars and course materials
  • Access webinar recordings upon registration
  • Participate in online discussion group with your classmates
  • 15% MnSPE discount on PPI books
  • Refunds
  • Register and pay online
  • Download a registration form



  • $700 – MnSPE and/or NSPE dues-paying members (this rate does not apply to six month free members)
  • $900 – Non-members
  • $800 – New MnSPE six month free members (You MUST be located in MN - Join MnSPE now to take advantage of this rate)
  • NEW - Purchase additional timed access to webinar recordings and handouts from this course for $100/mo. or $500/six months (through the date of the October 2017 PE exam) - Learn More
  • Group webinars are available – contact MnSPE
  • Books not included in the above rates


Pass Rates

FALL 2016: (Only partial results known) Pass 40%  |  Fail 7%  |  Unknown 53%

SPRING 2016: Pass 44%  |  Fail 0%  |  Unknown 56%

FALL 2015: Pass 50%  |  Fail 20%  |  Unknown 30%

SPRING 2015: Pass 59%  |  Fail 12%  |  Unknown 29%


Webinar Schedule and Details

  • Specific webinar dates and subjects are noted below but are subject to change. A final schedule will be sent to all confirmed registrants.
  • Webinar classes will meet live from 6:00 - 9:00 pm Central Time


Wed. Feb. 15
About the PE Exam and This Class
Mon. Feb. 20
AC & DC Circuit Analysis / 3-Phase Circuit Analysis / Devices & Power Electronics I
Wed. Feb. 22
AC & DC Circuit Analysis / 3-Phase Circuit Analysis / Devices & Power Electronics II
Mon. Feb. 27
AC & DC Circuit Analysis / 3-Phase Circuit Analysis / Devices & Power Electronics III
Wed. March 1
Per Unit Analysis
Mon. March 6
Fault Currents
Wed. March 8
Power Factor Correction / Transmission
Mon.March 13
No Class
Wed.March 15
Codes and Standards / National Electrical Code
Mon.March 20
Wed.March 22
AC Machines
Mon.March 27
DC Machines
Wed.March 29
No Class
Mon. April 3
Power System Protection / Special Applications
Wed. April 5
Measurement & Instrumentation / Power System Performance / Engineering Economics I
Mon. April 10
Measurement & Instrumentation / Power System Performance / Engineering Economics II / Q&A - Circuits
Fri. April21
PE Exam


Access Webinar Recordings Upon Registration

  • Confirmed registrants will receive a link to all webinars recorded for the fall 2016 course as an additional study tool
  • Spring 2017 course webinars will be recorded as they occur and available for student review
  • All webinar recordings can be streamed by current students through April 24, 2017 (downloads not available)


Refunds will be issued through the fourth scheduled class session. The amount refunded will be prorated minus the number of class sessions already held regardless of whether or not you attended those classes. After the fourth class is held, no refund will be issued.

Waiting for confirmation you’re approved to sit for the exam? If you receive notification you are not eligible to sit for the April 2017 PE exam after registering and paying for this course, contact MnSPE to discuss your options.


Order your books through PPI using a special promo code and get 15% off with the MnSPE partner discount unless otherwise noted. View all PPI materials at ppi2pass.com; the prices initially shown do not reflect the 15% discount and do not include shipping and handling. Promo code discount is valid on individual book purchases only; packages are already discounted. Register for this course and receive the promo code upon registration.

Required Books

  • Power Reference Manual for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam, 2nd Ed. (EPRM2P) by John A. Camara, PE
  • Power Practice Problems for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam, 2nd Ed. (ERPR2) by John A. Camara, PE
  • NCEES PE Electrical and Computer Engineering: Power Practice Exam (NCPEEP2) - THIS IS YOUR MOCK EXAM REQUIRED FOR THIS COURSE (No discount available on this publication)

 Recommended but not required (available via the PPI Partner link above):

  • Power Practice Exams for the Electrical and Computer PE Exam, 2nd Ed. (EPPE2) by John A. Camara, PE
  • NCEES Reference Handbook (9.2 Version for Computer-Based Testing) - Available via free download (This FE exam resource has good information for PE exam candidates as well)


If you don't pass the April 2017 PE exam, you can enroll in a future PE exam prep course FREE within one year/two exam cycles. See the MnSPE Review Course Policies for details.




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