Users start the self-study process by attending quick refreshers
Read what a user says about
Rensselaer in Hartford has a program
Review class consists of 11 sessions, 3 hours each, covering all
of the major portions of the exam.
There are different instructors for each session. Cost = $1,750
Instructors were ok, all nice guys and practicing engineers but
not the best teachers.
The instructors move through the material very quickly.
Its definitely a review, they don't have time to train you on
topics you aren't familiar with since there's so much material
Refreshers only serve as a framework for further self-study
They are a whirlwind of
information, extremely fast with information overload
When users try to solve problems, they get stuck, they are on
their own, there is no help
And they assemble all sorts
of resources, building a huge mountain of material
Users get very confused, most study-time is wasted in trying to
constantly organize a study-plan
Users end up hand-solving
very few problems
With self-study, you don't have the
infrastructure which enables you to solve thousands of problems