We are excited to be back for the 2016 prep season to gear up for the Fire Protection PE Exam this fall. Last year we debuted 80 new sample exam questions posted on the website and sent to those who subscribed daily, followed by worked examples. We plan to do the same now through October with a fresh set of problems.
Additionally, we are greatly looking forward to the release of the 2016 MeyerFire PE Prep Guide on June 27th. Within it contains a full-length peer-reviewed practice exam and over 150 of the most important formulas with references specific to the 2016 exam. It was designed and built to be page-for-page the best help and value for taking this exam. More information will follow about the guide here and on our Blog.
I would like to welcome you to this year's daily sample problem edition - please subscribe to the daily problems if you haven't already, and as always please feel more than welcome to post your solutions and discussion points in the comments section of the problem itself. Best of luck to you!
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