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  1. Once you sign up, you log in and all the videos and lecture presentation slides are posted for you to view at any time you want. You only get 6 months of access, but I was able to download all the videos and all slides. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Rooting for you @txjennah!!! My experience was that it was all good and totally worth it, especially the practice problems they go through. I found there was a good focus on the topics actually covered by the exam I took. It was also much easier to make myself study (video lectures) this way rather than just trying to open up a book.
  3. I think the practice problems from the air section were a good prep for the test (at least the one I took). I can see how you might not want to pay for the full course just to get the air section though.
  4. This sounds right. Does anyone know why they begin only allowing their reference manual when the test goes computer-based? I think this is also what happened when they changed the ChE PE exam to CBT. If the test isn't changing as far as types of problems, level of difficulty, or level of knowledge needed to pass, it seems pretty unfair to those taking it in the future. I mean, we were allowed to take in worked problems, practice exams with solutions, etc. Not saying that's the only reason people have passed, but it can help for sure.
  5. And then you can't even know exactly what to expect after taking it once, because it sounds like people have experienced very different exams from one cycle to the next.
  6. I hope you find out soon that you passed! I know it's torture waiting.
  7. Looks like the environmental pass rate for first time takers continues to go up: Oct. 2016 - 62% Apr. 2017 - 69% Oct. 2017 - 71% Env. is going from 100 questions to 80, but that starts next April.
  8. I don't know, but that's amazing. Congrats!
  9. If there's one thing we can say about @knight1fox3, it is that he is persistent.
  10. What what! Congrats @smrob and @ATL_trafficENGINEER!!
  11. Major props for keeping at it - that's pretty impressive. You can do it, @jvanoye!
  12. I really liked the NC state course @txjennah.
  13. Er, correction: I guess you don't bring in a copy, but they provide one instead. But man, I'm not sure I could have passed without all the ish I brought in!
  14. I don't know, but I'm glad I've already taken it. Once April 2019 comes around, it sounds like they will only allow you to bring the reference handbook in with you! Note—The PE Environmental exam will transition from pencil-and-paper to computer-based testing (CBT) in April 2019. At that time, the PE Environmental Reference Handbook will become the only resource material you may use during the CBT exam. Reviewing it before exam day will help you become familiar with reference information provided. You will not be allowed to bring a copy of the Handbook into the exam room. Instead, the CBT exam will include a PDF version of the Handbook for your use.
  15. That's too funny. But you just gotta tell people, you know!?
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