In preparing for the Fire Protection P.E. Exam, I felt a overwhelmed. There were over 6,000 pages of material to review and an array of calculations I needed to understand on topics which I didn't have experience. I struggled initially even to find what review material existed, much less to find quality review materials to prepare for the exam.
All I really wanted was to know what helpful material existed and what was critical for the exam. For three months I delayed even doing practice problems and instead scoured all of the required references to create a comprehensive cheatsheet that I could use as a table of contents/quick reference/formula sheet to save time on the exam itself (this later became the beginnings of the PE Prep Guide).
After taking the exam, I quickly realized that our fire protection niche has left many others with that same feeling of having to blaze their own trail to study for the exam. MeyerFire.com was built to combat that struggle by (1) identifying what helpful material exists, (2) building a community for collaboration, and (3) to save you very precious time in preparing and taking the exam. This site exits specifically to help you.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, is a Fire Protection Engineer in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.