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"...the best chance possible to pass the P.E. exam."

"I knew I wanted my P.E. license long before I was eligible to take the exam. I've never been a great test taker. I definitely didn't graduate at the top of my class. I always had a problem with the time limits imposed on me in college exams and knew that the P.E. was going to be no different.
When I got my four years of engineering experience, I immediately started looking at the resources available for me to prepare for the exam. I came across Dr. Lindberg's Mechanical Engineering Reference Manual and immediately saw that I had a lot of information to cover in order to be prepared. I wasn't even sure where to begin. I didn't know which pm exam was right for me. The one thing I did know was what it felt like to fail an NCEES exam. I was one of the statistically low number of "first time takers" who didn't pass the F.E when I was fresh out of college. This would be my first try at the P.E. exam, and I really wanted it to be my only try. After looking at all my options, I decided that a prep course would be the best option for me. I liked having a structure and liked the idea of being helped by people who dedicate themselves to helping guys like me pass exams. Many of the prep course options seemed a little impersonal to me and offered very few samples of the course content that they offer. I noticed Dr. Tom was much more generous with his content and explained himself very clearly. I was pretty much sold after I saw his videos on exam strategy. No one else was offering anything close as far as free content goes. It's also hard to go wrong with a southerner. ; )
Dr. Tom's course had a solid plan and he was always available to answer questions. His course requires a lot of time and work, but he was there with us every step of the way. By the time exam day came around, I was very prepared and felt I had a realistic chance of passing this exam. I had no idea what the NCEES would ask me, but I knew I had a strong foundation to face what was coming. I took the exam using Dr. Tom's strategy and was able to finish with enough time to check my work in both the AM and PM portions of the exam. Nothing was able to calm the nervousness that I felt waiting on my exam results, but I did leave feeling like I at least had a fair chance of passing. After weeks of waiting nervously, I got my results and found out I passed. The pressure has been lifted and I'm excited to move on with my career and personal life.
I would recommend this course to any mechanical engineer who is serious about giving themselves the best chance possible to pass the P.E. exam."

Brian, PE, Taylor Machine Works, Starkville, Mississippi