PE Electrical Power Learning Hub Access - Weekly Renewing

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PE Electrical Power Learning Hub Access - Weekly Renewing

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PPI Learning Hub is the go-to destination for NCEES PE Electrical Power exam prep. Our philosophy has a simple framework: kick-off your studies with a personalized PPI Study Plan, then “Assess, Review, and Practice” until you are ready for exam day. 


PPI’s Weekly Renewing PE Electrical Power subscription is the ideal choice for those who have limited time to prepare, or are looking for some last-minute review and practice.






























  PE Electrical Power Study Plan acts as a central hub, assigning tasks and connecting directly to digital products, to keep you on track for your exam date.
  ● John Camara, PE’s Power Reference Manual for the PE Exam Web Book is the most up-to-date, comprehensive reference manual available, and is designed to help you pass the NCEES Electrical and Computer PE Power exam the first time!
  ● John Camara, PE’s Power Practice Problems for the PE Exam Web Book and has over 560 exam-like problems with clear, complete, and easy-to-follow solutions to deepen your understanding of all topics on the exam.
  Quiz Generator lets examinees create custom quizzes with unique problems from a database of over 280 problems to master problem-solving skills for each topic.
  One Full Practice Exam with 80 multiple-choice problems consistent with NCEES exam format, scope of topics, number of problems, and level of difficulty.

Additional Features:


  • Performance reports that let you track your weakness and strengths for each section

  • Take your review on-the- go with access anytime, anywhere on your computer, tablet or phone



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PPI study tools work in unity, are current to exam specifications, and follow NCEES exam guidelines. 


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