PE Civil Exam Review CourseInformation about our PE Civil exam review course
84-HOUR COMPREHENSIVE REVIEW WITH PRACTICE SESSIONS OFFERED AT ONSITE LOCATIONS IN SEVERAL STATES, LIVE ONLINE, AND ONDEMAND
Our PE Civil class consists of 84 hours of comprehensive lectures and practice sessions and is designed using NCEES’ exam specifications. The course is divided into two parts. The first part includes 56 hours of fundamentals review, which covers the common topics of the breadth and depth exams. The second part includes 28 hours of discipline specific review. Each student chooses one discipline specific review of their choice. The depth options include construction, geotechnical, structural, transportation, and water resources and environmental.
Our 84-hour review course consists of refresher sessions and workshop sessions:
- Refresher Sessions - These prepare students by reviewing topics that are critical for the PE Civil exam. This section will allow students to experience some theory and high-probability problems. Approximately 60% of the total class time is spent on refresher sessions.
- Workshop Sessions - These allow our students to practice and solve several problems that are standalone and require numerical solutions. Approximately 40% of the total class time is spent on workshop sessions. The workshops consist exclusively of solving problems, which is critical for the PE Civil exam.
Our PE Civil courses are offered through three learning formats: Onsite, Live Online, and Ondemand.
- Onsite - Our Onsite format provides a traditional classroom setting with instructor-led sessions. This format offers live interaction with instructors and a structured study schedule. Our PE Civil Onsite classes are offered on weekends. Select Onsite Schedule from the side menu to see which locations we offer.
- Live Online - Our Live Online format provides instructor-led online sessions. This format offers live interaction with instructors and a structured study schedule. It’s just like being in a classroom except it is online. Our PE Civil Live Online classes are offered on weekday evenings and on weekends. Select Live Online Schedule from the side menu to find out when our next class session will begin.
- Ondemand - Our Ondemand format provides students with immediate access to course video recordings, refresher notes, and workshop problems so they can begin studying right away. Select Ondemand Classes from the side menu to register for our free Ondemand demo to try out our recorded class videos for 30 days.
To learn more about the features that are offered with our different learning formats, check out our Compare Plans table.
What makes our PE Civil course unique?
- School of PE has been helping its students pass their exams for more than a decade. Through years of experience preparing exam review courses and obtaining student feedback, School of PE has formulated and strategized what really makes the best review course.
- To help our students get the most out of preparing for their exams, we have multiple instructors for our PE Civil exam review course. Each instructor is assigned to teach a topic that they specialize in, so you can be confident that you are receiving the best instruction for each topic.
- Because of our Prepare, Practice, Pass initiative, School of PE’s pass rates continue to be much higher than the national pass rates.
- Our user-friendly student learning center provides our students with the necessary tools to stay organized. Whether students register for an Onsite, Live Online, or Ondemand course, everyone is provided with access to their very own student learning center. From the student learning center, students can download refresher notes and workshop problems, watch course recordings, engage with instructors and fellow students, and solve practice problems covering various subjects that will appear on the exam with the Practice Portal.
Visit our About Fee page for more information and to register for a PE Civil exam review course.
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