PEreview.net is now available on your mobile device. The live video webinars are delivered through Adobe Connect Pro. It’s the host software for the webinars. Now you can participate on your iPad, iPhone, Android, or Blackberry. There are free Adobe Connect Pro Apps. Go to: for iPhone and iPad: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/adobe-connect-mobile-for-ios/id430437503 for Android: https://market.android.com/details?id=air.com.adobe.connectpro&feature=search_result for […]
Frequently Asked Questions
Yes. You can upgrade any time.
We used to offer subscriptions for 365 days. But now, you get the subscription to cover at least two exam cycles. So, if today is June 1st, and you subscribe today, it will run until the October exam date, of the next year.
No – the subscription is in your name and is for you alone. Illegal use of your subscription or sharing is unethical and will not be tolerated.
We have a clever algorithm that inspects the time your account will have been shown as active.
No. But we believe that if you apply yourself to the program, your chances of passing are good. Your subscription runs for a year so you’ll be able to use it for a second try at the exam, if needed.
No. We host the service. All you need is a computer with an Internet connection and the latest version of Adobe Flash. The video demos are delivered in “High Definition Flash”. It’s just like “You-Tube”, only better.
No. All you need is audio and video so that you can hear and see the live instruction.
About 15 seconds.
The practice exams are all timed and online. You take them under exam conditions. At the end of the exam, your score and solutions will be immediately available.
Some of you will be selective covering those areas that are your weaker points. But if you were to cover the entire course, it would take 40 to 60 hours of study.
You can try the 2-hour exams under timed conditions; or you can double up two exams to simulate the ‘real thing’. You can even set up a full day’s worth (4hours + 4hours) to get the complete experience!
We are constantly updating the video and pdf materials on PE Review. It is very possible that you’re looking at an outdated version of the video and problem, due to your computer’s cache. This is your computer’s temporary storage area where frequently accessed data is stored for quick access. Your computer has effectively made a copy […]
Yes. The PE Exam has an unusual format (two 4-hour exams in one day!) and timing will be critical. Taking the 2-hour practice exams will sharpen your exam technique. There are ten 2-hour practice exams with 20 questions in each, with new exams added recently. They cover all five disciplines.
As many times as you want.
Yes, although the questions and solutions are on-line, all content can be downloaded and printed.
The material is all online. You download the problems and watch the videos which are streamed.
No. All materials you need are available on the site. However, you will likely need to acquire certain reference materials. We supply many extracts that will help, but you will have to supplement them to suit your needs.
There are a couple of ways that an employer can pay for any of the PE Review courses. The easiest would be to have your employer simply sign up as the employee and pay with a credit card as any other subscriber would. If an employer would rather be invoiced, then here are the steps […]
Most employers have credit cards and can subscribe you directly, online. Some employers prefer to reimburse after you sign on, when you provide them your receipt. Some prefer to invoice in the traditional way; have them e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes. When we identify that you have downloaded the problems and activated the video demonstrations, you can download your own certificate of completion, through the site.
We have a cool algorithm that monitors subscription, activity, video runs, and practice exam access. We issue certificates when we can identify a minimum measure of subscriber activity and that you have secured an overall score average of 70% in the Practice Exams. You get two attempts, so you can always go back and fix […]