When I was preparing for the Fire Protection PE Exam, I kept circling back to a handful of questions that I couldn't answer on my own (aside from everything egress-related). Where can I find more practice? Am I studying enough, or too little? If the top 60-70% of test examinees pass the test, where do I fit in?
After much debate and effort, we are happy to introduce the MeyerFire Weekly Exam new this year. The Weekly Exam is a series of timed 1-hour, 10-question simulated PE Exams offered weekly with instant grading and printable solutions emailed immediately following each exam.
Have a little fun, practice consistently, track your improvement and your peer ranking week-to-week with our best method of simulating the actual test environment. We believe in this preparation tool so much that if you don't pass the PE Exam, we will pay for your same sessions next year for free!
How does it work?
Each week (on Monday) a 1-hour, 10-question exam is published for distribution. Users have one sitting to complete the timed exam, which can be taken anytime before midnight on the following Sunday. Immediately after taking the exam, full solutions are emailed to the user along with immediate grading. Once all the exams are scored, a results bell-curve is published on the PE Problems Blog on Monday, such that anyone who took that week's exam can see how they rank compared to others preparing for the exam at this exact point in time.
When does it start?
Our Week 1 Exam is live now. If you're in on the Weekly Exams, you can take this week's exam anytime now through Sunday at midnight.
Read more about the Weekly Exam series here.
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