We are excited to announce that the 2016 MeyerFire PE Prep Guide has launched!
The 2016 Prep Guide This Prep Guide is specifically designed to help you pass the 2016 Fire Protection Principles of Engineering (PE) Exam. It contains:
+ Over 150 of the most important formulas for the exam
+ Specific page references to 2016 referenced materials for variables, formulas, and example problems
+ Symbols list and unit conversion table
+ A full-length, 80 question, peer-reviewed sample PE exam with thoroughly worked solutions
This guide does not contain introductory and overview learning material which is already available within the required reference materials. Instead, this prep guide provides the most critical formulas and practice to help you efficiently prepare for the exam and quickly capture solutions on the exam itself.
We sent a survey to every customer of ours from 2015: 80% of respondents said they used the formula sheet on at least half of actual exam problems and every respondent (100%) said they would recommend the MeyerFire Formula Sheet to a friend. Here's what they said: "More complete and better organized than other formula sheets available online." "Saves you time." As compared to other formula sheets: "Much more thorough, more helpful." "Much more extensive explanation of the variables." "Very well laid out." "Great explanation of the variables." "Helps on the exam and while studying." "Using this sheet as a starting point, I spent a lot less time cobbling together these formulas and cross references and in turn spent more time studying and getting comfortable with my reference material."
You can find the Prep Guide either on Amazon, and our Online Store. The best price available is only at www.meyerfire.com.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, owns/operates his own Fire Protection Engineering practice in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.