Q: What is the main difference between the Live Online Courses and the Independent Study Courses?
A: Essentially, the biggest difference is that in the Live Online Courses, you have access to the licensed instructors to get your questions answered. The added cost of this live support is included in the higher price.
The recorded Independent Study Courses have essentially the same content, just without the access to the instructors.
Q: What are the system requirements to participate in the PT Final Exam Courses?
A: The requirements include:
- Stable internet
- Updated web browser (Mac and PC)
- Updated Adobe Flash Player
- Disabled adblockers
Q: Can I download the videos?
A: At this point, there is no way to download the videos.
Q: I need this for state required remediation. Can I get a certificate of completion?
A: Absolutely. With a good-faith effort to participate in the live online course, you can get a certificate of completion upon request.
Note: This is only available for the live online review courses.
Q: What is the pass-rate for participants in PT Final Exam Courses?
A: I’m glad you asked! No other test-prep provider likes to talk about this one. To summarize:
Full participators have a >90% pass rate. These students are the ones who honestly work hard to complete the assignments and attend the live classes.
This is an amazing pass rate when you consider a few things:
- Many students who take my review courses do so after 1 failed attempt. You could say that these are high-risk test takers.
- Many students who take my course are seeking to renew their license after letting it lapse. I’ve had many, many students who are 3,5,10, and even 25 years out of school who take this course and successfully pass the exam.
- Many of my students are foreign-trained (which has an industry pass rate of 30%)
When you take that all together, a pass rate of 90% is awesome!
For those who are interested in my global numbers, the pass rate is ~70%. This includes individuals who do not fully participate or who choose not to complete the assignments as indicated.
This is still pretty awesome when you consider the number of high-risk students I work with on a daily basis.
These numbers I have come from post-exam surveys that I have been giving my students for the past 5 years.
This stuff really work! Read the reviews–you’ll love what you see!
Q: What is your average score increase?
A: Related to the previous question, most students see a score increase of ~50 points from previous attempts.
My record holders increased their score >120 points!