For those ready to take on the Practice & Principles of Engineering (PE) Exam this year, it's about that time again! Weather is getting warmer, the kids are about ready to get out of school, and we're getting our weekly dose of SFPE course emails - time to get started!
Around here we're excited to introduce a different twist on a favorite - we're turning our daily free sample problems into an on-demand series, with instant solutions. If you're interested in getting 100 days of free Fire Protection PE Exam sample questions, sign up here:
If you're just curious and want the challenge - go for it!
If you are suiting up for the PE Exam this year, be sure to check out what we've got going:
2021 PE PREP GUIDE
The 2021 Edition of the PE Prep Guide is hot off the press and is shipping out daily. This new edition now includes the PE Roadmap written by our friends at the BuildingCode.Blog, which is a full-length study schedule, study topics, and suggested readings for a full-blown self-study program. There's also a condensed study schedule as well. That's all now included with the PE Prep Guide.
THE PE PREP SERIES
The PE Prep Series is starting up next week. Last year over 85 participants took part in the 20-week online series, which includes a timed mini-exam of 10 questions each week. Check it out here and join us as the summer competition heats up.
[NEW] PE ROADMAP VIDEO SERIES
Lastly - an announcement I'm very excited is finally here. After many requests we finally have an online series of videos that work through Prep Series solutions by hand. That's over 200 hand-worked solutions and 30+ hours of helpful content. It's developed and run by our friends at the Building Code Blog, and we couldn't be more excited that this new resources is now available for the Fire Protection PE Prep space. See more about it here.
Any questions, shoot them my way at firstname.lastname@example.org. Hope you have a great rest of your week!
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Joe Meyer, PE, is a Fire Protection Engineer out of St. Louis, Missouri who writes & develops resources for Fire Protection Professionals. See bio here: About