Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE) Practice Exam

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  • Description

    This 100-question practice exam uses retired Certified Fire Plan Examiner (CFPE) Practice Exam questions, or new practice questions written specifically for this product. For a complete list of topics covered on the CFPE practice exam, please familiarize yourself with the CFPE candidate handbook examination area content weighting section found on the nfpa.org/cfpe webpage.

    You have access to the CFPE practice exam for 90 days, and are allotted five attempts. You may take up to 7 hours on each attempt before the program automatically times out. Candidates wishing to take this practice exam under similar time constraints to the actual CFPE exam should take the practice exam in one sitting, and in no more than 4 hours.

    When taking the practice exam, you will receive feedback indicating if you answered each question correctly or incorrectly, along with the content domain from which the question was pulled. The feedback does not include full explanations of why an answer is correct or incorrect, but the code and reference used for each question are provided. This practice exam is appropriate for both the 2015 NFPA® code set, and for the 2018 NFPA code set.

    Taking the CFPE practice exam may help you become familiar with the structure and content of the actual CFPE exam. Your results should act as an indication of potential strengths and weaknesses in your knowledge of the content covered by the actual CFPE exam and can help you tailor your study strategy.

    This material is intended to help you prepare for the certification exam; however, the purchase and/or use of this or any exam preparation material is not required to take the certification exam. Successful performance on the practice material does not predict actual performance on the certification exam.


    Who Will Benefit:
    Individuals who are interested in obtaining the CFPE credential.

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