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  • #28924

    mcintosh
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    Does anyone have BB certifcation questions ( to be used during an exam ) that they are willing to share?

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    #72831

    Ali Kamal
    Participant

    That would be unethical

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    #72833

    Sambuddha
    Member

    Yes, it is not something that I would encourage anyone to do.
    But for your benefit (assuming that you want to appear for an Exam in near future) buy the CSSB Primer for the Cert. Six Sigma Blackbelt test by ASQ to get an idea about the type of questions asked in similar tests. Besides, I think that is a good bunch of material. It is published by the Quality Council of Indiana.
    Hope that helps.
    Best,
    Sambuddha
     

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    #72836

    mcintosh
    Participant

    Thanks for the info on the primer!!!

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    #72837

    marcel
    Participant

    Having the answers to the test is much too easy; anything of merit is worth the pain and suffering…ASQ has a primer for sale and also you can find sample questions at http://www.morestream.com.Also, you might try a search on the web.Tom, I know where you can a PHD real cheap…

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    #72838

    mcintosh
    Participant

    You all are much too tough for me.  I am hoping to do some internal testing of our GBs and BBs and wanted to get an idea of the depth of questions that are asked of certification candidates.  sorry if I stepped on anyone’s ethical toes

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    #72843

    Shahan Nadu Vajpayee
    Member

    Here’s a multi-part Q for you:
    part 1:  “What’s the fastest land-living mammal?”
    part 2:  “Prove it…Show me the data”
    part 3:   “Conduct a Gage R&R on your speed measurement device”

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    tanasak
    Member
    #72922

    Ali Askari
    Participant

    Shahan Nadu-Vajpayee
    Excellent, I love the sense of humor.
    Ali

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    #72939

    jimbo
    Participant

    What I thought was funny was how he fell into the same trap that most novices do when they forget to assess measurements systems – only looking at the device level .  What good is an acceptable “device” if the operator doesn’t have a clue how to use it?  Study harder !!!!!

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    #72953

    Rick Otero
    Member

    Well there are a few online sites which might aid you…
    First Tom Pyzdek’s site has an online BB quiz you can take… but more importantly has a listing of the 101 things a BB should know…great starting point for test questions….
    http://www.pyzdek.com/
    http://www.pyzdek.com/101.htm
    The ASQ brochure is also an excellent starting point…
    http://www.asq.org/cert/types/sixsigma/sixsigma.pdf
    This article is also a great starting point….
    http://www.minitab.com/company/VirtualPressRoom/Articles/JQTSixSigmaArticle.pdf
    Good Luck!!!
    Rick Otero
    Director, Top Line Growth, DuPont Flooring and Nylon Intermediates…and certified MBB

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    #72959

    mcintosh
    Participant

    Thanks Rick !!!! 

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    #72960

    Shahan Nadu Vajpayee
    Member

    Actually,  These was a question posed to me and my peers by our consultancy trainers.  So Jimbo, it appears our ‘hallowed’ external experts are “novices”.   Don’t you agree that device level measurement is logical first step leading to the eventual operator evaluation.
    study harder?   If these was directed to me, rest assured I was answering the question posed by novice looking for sample questions.   He asked, I answered.   Your post struck me as being arrogant.   These is a forum for learning and sharing, not rubbing noses in excrement.

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    #72966

    Ted Bunch
    Member

    Clearly we must define the type of gage R&R required. I would suggest that a C&E or FMEA may highlight the fact that the mammal’s speed (KPOV) would be impacted by the number of fleas (KPIV) he carries. (95% confidence) Therefore I offer that an attribute gage R&R to determine if the observer can correctly determine the number of fleas, and a variable gage R&R on the speed measurement device are both appropriate.

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    #73016

    Franklin Covey
    Participant

    No, but I remember the answers:
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    #73017

    mcintosh
    Participant

    Thanks to all who have suggested some really good sources of info for me to consider.
    PS  I have not been a real big user of message boards and after seeing some of the responses to this thread I am reminded why this is the case-  some people project apply  their own warped, twisted and unethical values to any post that they can – To those that I refer – keep in mind we are all not like you!

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