16 Proven Strategies for Powerful PE Exam Preparation and a COVID-19 Update
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Having a “P.E.” at the end of your name signifies that you have achieved a higher degree of competence in your field and usually brings better opportunities for your career. Before reaching that level, you must first pass the Principles and Practice of Engineering (PE) licensure exam.
But where do you start?
This webinar will give you proven strategies that come directly from Michael R. Lindeburg, PE, who has literally written the book on how to prepare for your PE exam.
After this 60-minute session, you will be ready to:
• Apply proven strategies on how to prepare for the PE exam
• Identify what specific topics you need to focus your study time on
• Know how to save time and prepare more efficiently
• Focus only on the materials that will help you pass the exam
This session will also provide an update on the current COVID-19 pandemic has effected the PE exam application process and schedule.
About the Presenter: Anthony Fasano, P.E. earned his professional engineering license at the young age of 23 (by using Michael Lindeburg’s reference manual) and then went on to become an associate at a reputable engineering firm by age 27. He did this by developing his managerial skills at a young age. Eventually, Fasano decided to leave his engineering job and provide managerial and leadership coaching and training services to engineers. Since then he has written a bestselling book for engineers entitled Engineer Your Own Success and hosts two top iTunes podcasts for engineers. He founded the Engineering Management Institute (previously known as The Engineering Career Coach) and is the author for the ASCE Careers & Leadership blog.[countdown_timer style=”2″ end_date=”2020/9/15 10:30:20 GMT -4″ redirect_url=”” years_text=”Years” years_text_singular=”Year” months_text=”Months” months_text_singular=”Month” days_text=”Days” days_text_singular=”Day” hours_text=”Hours” hours_text_singular=”Hour” minutes_text=”Minutes” minutes_text_singular=”Minute” seconds_text=”Seconds” seconds_text_singular=”Second”][/countdown_timer]