Excel Test Prep FE-CBT Custom Group Course

Educators, School Administrators, and Group Organizers: If the full-length classroom FE-CBT courses are inconvenient for any reason, Excel Test Prep can work with groups to create a custom FE-CBT course. The beauty of FE-CBT Custom Courses is that Excel Test Prep will send instructors to businesses and universities to conduct the FE-CBT preparation course. All of the benefits of the FE-CBT classroom course apply, including the exam pass guarantee and instructors who use the most effective FE-CBT strategies available in the industry.

Why Choose An FE-CBT Custom Course?

Flexibility. Students will have access to all of the features and benefits of our full-length classroom course, but the Customized FE-CBT Course would be conducted at the times and locations of the students’ choice. That means that Excel Test Prep can conduct classes at office buildings, business schools, and universities.

Proximity. The courses are ideal for students who live in a community that Excel Test Prep does not currently serve. If there are no classroom courses in the area, the Excel Test Prep FE-CBT Custom Course offers a solution by bringing the class to the student.

FE-CBT Custom Course Options

FE-CBT Custom Course OPEN
Groups that have at least 25 students ready to attend an FE-CBT Custom Course can choose to have an open course if they wish to have the classes left open for other students to join. Excel Test Prep will provide the classroom for the FE-CBT Custom Course and will advertise it on the website for those that choose this option.

Registering For Your FE-CBT Custom Course

For those groups that have at least 20 students who are interested in taking a FE-CBT Custom Course, please call Excel Test Prep at (510) 490-7000, or contact Excel Test Prep online.

 
 
 
 
Alexa, Lafayette, LA

“I just found out on Tuesday that I passed the FE exam! Just a little background info, this was the fourth time I’ve taken the test and the first time I’d taken the prep class. I was a graduate in Chemical Engineering and graduated in May 2005. So, as you can see I’d been out of school a little while. I have to give most of the credit for passing to your prep class. I think the instructors did a fabulous job; just enough info was given to understand and not get bogged down.”

 
Alexa, Lafayette, LA