This week is the seventh of our 2020 PE Prep Series - it's 20-weeks worth of mini Fire Protection PE Exams.
Each week we'll post the leaderboard here with the results of that week's exams. To see full leadership board and more details, visit the PE Prep Series page here.
Please Note: The solution for Problem #7 of Week 7 used the Total Heat Release Rate to find the height of the flame tip. This is incorrect; the convective portion of the heat release rate (assumed to be 70% of the total heat release rate) should be used to calculate flame tip height. Those who answered "c" have been credited as having this problem correct:
The Leaderboard lists the top total scores for the most recent three weekly exams for PE Prep Series participants.
See the entire scoreboard here
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Please note that questions posted are unofficial and in accordance with NCEES rules are intended to be similar to actual exam questions, not actual exam questions themselves.