One of the best things you can do is browse through this board and look at what others have done in the past. You will get a feel for what you need to study and how hard you need to study. It is very overwhelming at first, but the sooner you start the less overwhelmed you will be come exam day. Which brings me to a point I have been meaning to make since last week when I found out I passed (first time, 13 years out of college, Mechanical Systems and Design). The members above that were posting regularly prior to the April exam were invaluable to my study prep and sanity throughout the process. Though I didn't input to the conversations (I'm not usually one to post online), by realizing that others were going through the same "agony" that I was seemed to make it all the more bearable. I want to thank each of you for sharing your concerns, experiences, knowledge, and moments of insanity. To be perfectly honest with you, I don't think I would have passed without this forum. I would have had no clue what to study or what to expect. This experience has been one major roller coaster of emotions and allowed me to knock off one item on my life goals. Again, Thank you!!