Description of service
I signed up to take the peer review to recieve my NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineering) certification. It is a two hour test where you are seated in a room and three certified inspectors ask you questions about the coating process. After your two hours are up they ask you to leave the room so they can decide if you have passed or failed. They call you back in after about half an hour to give you your results. This test is directly related to my pay scale at work.
Review of Service
The service went great for me because I passed. All three administers were very professional yet friendly enough to where I was not too uncomfortable. The process is scary since the questions can come from anywhere in the NACE 1&2 classes which are both sixty hours long (six ten hour days).
Attempt the NACE certification peer review as close as possible to the completion of the NACE 2 course. There were many topics in the courses that most people will not use on a daily basis in their jobs. Much of this will be forgotten shortly after the course but may be asked in the peer review. Also when taking the peer review use the time alloted to think about the questions prior to answering them. This will help you give more precise answers.