Here are two problems that look trivial, but I could not prove.
i) If $p:E \to B$ and $j:B \to Z$ are covering maps, and $j$ is such that the preimages of points are finite sets, then the composite is a covering map. I suppose that for this, the neighborhood $U$ that will be eventually covered by the composite will be the same that is eventually covered by $j$, but I can´t prove that the preimage can be written as a disjoint union of open sets homeomorphic to $U$.
ii) For this I have no idea what to do, but if I prove that it´s injective, I'm done. Let $p:E \to B$ be a covering map, with $E$ path connected and $B$ simply connected; prove that $p$ is a homeomorphism.