Your greatest struggle passing the FE Exam
Life is full of struggle.
From daily commutes to personal relationships, as human beings we are always seeking one thing:
Ways to ease the tensions that exist.
But what about those struggles that come from pursuits that we decide to take on ourselves?
These struggles tend to be much more difficult to navigate because they don’t necessarily fall within the “just deal with it” bucket of life.
Taking the FE Exam, or pursuing any personal life goal, is a choice, and when choice is involved, we are presented a decision at the points of resistance along the way.
Struggle is never comfortable, and as result, we naturally redirect towards comfort.
But comfort in these instances lead to inaction and a false narrative we feed ourselves that there will be a “better time”.
We all know how that ends up.
What if I told you the solution to your greatest struggle passing the FE Exam is actually much simpler than you think.
Let’s get in to it.
Hands down, the greatest struggle passing the FE Exam is just knowing where to start.
The majority of the students I work with come in overwhelmed by the shear volume of what they will see on the exam.
It doesn’t matter if they are just graduating.
It doesn’t matter if they have been out of college for years.
When what we are being tested on hasn’t been seen since our Freshman year of college, some heavy doubts surface.
When these doubts are coupled with life full of ever-growing commitments, the FE Exam can easily take a back seat until we find a “better time” to get after it.
Truth is though…
There will be no “better time”.
I have seen seeking a “better time” balloon in to a year, 5 years, even a decade down the road before one takes action – if they take action at all.
But this doesn’t need to be your story, instead…
Think smaller – much, much smaller.
Instead of looking at all that will be on the exam, focus in on a single subject – Mathematics.
Then commit to reviewing it little by little over the next few weeks to a month.
That’s it. Period.
A lot will come of this.
First, you are going to actually take a step, which allows you to start knocking off some of the ”cobwebs” through an established routine, a cadence.
Through cadence comes confidence and a feeling that you “can actually get it done”.
More than that, you will literally be 11% complete with the whole ordeal – Math can make up 12 of the 110 problems on the exam, not including the elements that will be found in the later subjects.
That’s a pretty major win.
My Friend, all of this boils down to one thing…
To get anywhere in life, you have to get moving first – and often, this is the greatest struggle no matter what you are going after.
Successfully studying for the FE Exam is done one step at a time and if you never get moving, you are guaranteed one thing…
You will never get there.
So take “a” step today.
That’s the most simple solution to your greatest struggle passing the FE Exam I can give.
It doesn’t matter how big or small this step is, the goal is to just do something – which most won’t.
But you will.
And we will be there right by your side to help you see it through to the end – Click here to learn how we help our students make their greatest struggle passing the FE Exam a thing of the past
You got this!
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