FE Civil Course OnDemand Bundle - 1 Year (FECEO1Y)

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FE Civil OnDemand Course - 1 Year (FECEO1Y)

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Helped me pass Review by Leo
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As the title states, the course helped me PASS the first time. I took the 6-month On-Demand course that was previously offered as it afforded me the flexibility to study as I travel occasionally for work. Additionally, my job paid for the course. The staff at PPI2PASS was helpful when it came to access and content questions.

Here's the catch, I didn't take the FE exam one or two years out of college, more like well over 25 YEARS later! My saving grace, I taught high school mathematics for 10-years.

That stated, you MUST put the time in to studying, working problems, figuring out WHY you got them wrong, and not doing it again. I estimated I put in over 360+ hours total. Further, once you complete the review book, start testing your self for a month or so prior to the exam. Moreover, if you feel you are not ready, move your exam date back. I moved it a week and a half and I was glad I did.

How well did the PPI2PASS program prepare me in addition to my efforts? I walked out of the exam confident. Further, should I have failed, I knew what questions and topics I would need to study BEFORE the diagnostic came out.

Needless to say, I did not have to retake.

Good luck, study hard and effectively, and PASS THE EXAM! (Posted on 5/9/2019)

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