APEGS PPE Total Prep Online Course

Your step-by-step learning companion with an abundance of practice questions and answers. For those sitting the APEGS PPE.

Important Note! APEGS applicants are now using the NPPE.  The old APEGS will only be available to those that request an alternate exam date.   If you are planning to write the NPPE, we recommend our NPPE Course.   If you have requested an alternate exam date, you can stay on this page to learn about our SK PPE course. 

SK PPE Total Prep Course

Next Professional Practical Exam (PPE) in SK: November 8-10, 2021


$199, $139 or $99 

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Format: On-demand online step-by-step course

Skill level: All levels

Language: English


  • 3 to 12 months of access
  • Pass Guarantee or 100% refund
  • Unlimited attempts of practice questions
  • Full practice exam (Part A, B1+B2, C, D) with solutions
  • And much more

About the SK PPE Total Prep Course

Dear Aspiring Engineer, 

SK PPE countdownTime is ticking down to your Saskatchewan Professional Practice Exam (PPE). There is a lot of pressure to pass and I think that you'll agree with me when I say:

You REALLY don't want to have to re-write this exam. 

I'll bet that you don't find the material all that exciting. Otherwise, you would have gone to school to be a lawyer or an ethics major. 

steps to passing Saskatchewan Professional Practice ExamPassing the Professional Practice Exam (PPE) is a necessary step to becoming a P.Eng. or P.Geo. in Saskatchewan. Regrettably, APEGS does not release sample/old exams for practising (as this would require a lot of extra work to come up with new questions twice a year). Luckily, we are independent of APEGS and we have developed our own sample questions based on the exam scope and syllabus.  

sk ppe mapA few years back when I was studying for the PPE I ran into two main problems:

  • Lack of information and direction about how and where to begin studying.
  • Feeling pressured to sign up for a weekend long seminar when I have always preferred the self-study method and learning at my own pace.

If either of the above points sounds familiar, then you may benefit from following the 6 steps that I developed to pass the PPE on my first try. These same steps will help make your PPE experience a lot easier.

SK PPE textbooks
Step 1. Purchase both textbooks - Canadian Professional Engineering and Geoscience: Practice and Ethics (5th or 6th edition), and Practical Law of Architecture, Engineers, and Geoscience (2nd or 3rd edition - either will work with my course). 
Sk key definitionsStep 2. Review key definitions on flashcards and practise them until the concepts are clear to you. SK PPE Total Prep Online Course has embedded flashcards, so you can practise all of the key definitions as well as textbook page references for additional information. 

important study chapters

Step 3. Read the important chapters of the above text books. You can find the key chapters by reviewing the scope and syllabus provided in the SK PPE Total Prep Online Course. 
PPE flashcardsStep 4. Re-review definitions and flashcard website studied in Step 2. 
SK sample exam PPE
Step 5. Practice answering sample exam questions provided in the SK PPE Total Prep Online Course and compare your solutions.
Step 6. Write the 3-hour exam. Wait for 4-6 weeks for your passing letter in the mail.     SK write PPE exam


The SK PPE Total Prep Online Course comes complete with:

  • A step-by-step study process
  • Quickly learn 70+ relevant definitions and concepts by using the embedded flashcards 
  • 2-page exam cheat sheet
  • 1 full practice exam (Part A, Part B1+ B2, Part C, Part D.) with full solutions
  • Video presentations on ethics, law, and how to write essay questions
  • Continuously updated content
  • Our list of 23 top national employers that hire aspiring engineers
  • 100% money back guarantee if you don't pass the PPE on your next try
 Attending a weekend seminar for this exam can cost you $250 to $489. We've priced our resources at about 45% of that cost to save you money and to allow you the flexibility of studying at your own pace. We're happy to offer you three options for any budget:

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Cheat sheet, study checklist & embedded flashcards


Video lessons on syllabus topics

Updated Continuously

1 full practice exam

39 question syllabus quiz

Pool of 440 practice multiple choice questions


Length of Access




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12 months





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Note:  Get started right away! Following checkout, you'll get instant access to your course, even at 2 a.m. in the morning. 

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Course Creator

gavin course creator

My name is Gavin and I've created the SK PPE Total Prep Online Course to help aspiring professional engineers answer the questions: Where do I start studying? and Am I ready for this exam? In this course, I've laid out the study method that I created to pass my professional practice exam.
By giving exam writers a variety of learning methods (e.g. flashcards, checklist, cheat sheet, practice exams), you will learn the material faster than self-studying and identify any areas of knowledge weakness.

I worked construction industry for 9 years and have been published in several magazines, including Construction Canada Magazine. In 2012, I volunteered with Engineers Canada to help it develop a new system for reporting engineering work experience. Currently, I spend 100% of my energy on helping aspiring engineers become licensed. I am a P.Eng. in Alberta and you can connect with me through the contact page.