If you can relate to any of these questions, then you’re in the right place:

Do you want to become a licensed Professional Engineer but don’t know if you can pass the PE exam?

Are you overwhelmed at all the disciplines?

Do you feel like you’ve been out of school for so long that you’ll never remember how to do all of it?

Are you afraid you’ll fail the exam?

Why should you listen to what I have to say?

I still remember how I felt before taking the PE exam the first time. Thinking about everything I had to learn and how I was going to focus while at a full-time job and with a family was overwhelming.

But after taking the test twice I know a lot of tricks that save you a lot of time and maybe even a little money in your journey to become a licensed Professional Engineer.

What’s my story?

I graduated from Brigham Young University with my Bachelor’s in Civil Engineering in 2015. On the same day that I graduated, I began my first full-time job as an Engineer In Training.

As I approached the required four-years of experience to get licensed I began thinking about taking the PE exam. The thought of everything I had to try to remember from all of those college classes all those years ago was daunting.

But I went ahead anyway and started studying. It was difficult to know what books to focus on and which practice exams were worth my time. I remember spending countless hours just researching the right study materials. 

The fateful day of the test came and it was more difficult than I had imagined. I wanted to believe I had passed, but just a few weeks later I got the devastating notification that I had failed.

After a few days I had calmed down and got more committed than ever that I would pass and become a licensed Professional Engineer. I purchased a course, reformed my entire study plan, and got to work with fierce determination.

I still remember how confident I felt while taking the test the second time. The morning portion even seemed too easy!

But what I remember most was jumping up and screaming “YES!!!” on the day I saw that magical green “pass” button next to my test information on the NCEES website.

Not long afterward I was a licensed Professional Engineer and couldn’t be happier about it. Today I am licensed and just recently I completed my Master’s Degree in Civil Engineering at the University of Utah.

I love teaching and helping others utilize my knowledge to make their lives easier. That’s what I created this website so I can teach you everything I know to help you pass the exam and get your license too!

I’m confident that if you make a plan, utilize the right resources, and work hard, you will pass!

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