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The Quality Council of Indiana CSSGB Primer – How Much Is Needed?

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  • #184097 Reply

    Greetings all, –
    I was about to purchase the CSSGB Primer from Quality Council of Indiana ($70), when I noticed other options;
    >Solution Text ($35)
    >Electronic Exam CD ($70)
    This is a money hog!
    Just a couple of questions for the panel;

    1. If my goal is to sit for the ASQ Green Belt in December, how many of these resources do I really need? I’ve already purchased the ASQ SSGB manual.

    2. Are there other online places that I can purchase the Indiana CSSGB manual or is it only sold on their site?

    Thanks in advance to all, Have a great weekend!!
    James

    #184098 Reply

    If you’ve taken a thorough SSGB course, feel comfortable with the material, have had good success with time-limited tests, and have other good references texts to use during the exam, you likely don’t need the SSGB manual, solution text, or exam CD.

    #501912 Reply

    Aline

    Can I use on exame taking the Primer?

    #502635 Reply

    Get the test bank. Do 20-25 questions a day, study the questions that you are not 100% on using the handbook and/or the web. When you get 80% on all areas, you are ready.

    #503431 Reply

    Jeff Shaw

    I’d stay away from the primers all together. They are not a reference book so no questions come from any of the information in the primer. Also, I’ve seen too much incorrect mathematics in the QCI primers.

    Get the ASQ handbook, read it cover to cover, and grap another book or two from the actual source list. (jurans – great index for the test) That coupled with some work experience and the ASQ site free practice exams will get you in the top 20 percentile in testing. Remember you can find exams with overlapping BOK, so the certified process analyst can be taken as practice for the CQE, for example.

    Lastly, use post it sticky flags on the handbook! you want to just be able to see a question on teams, then grab you teams flag note and open directly to that section of the handbook. This saves about an hour of flipping through the handbook in the exam and really makes the difference.

    #671151 Reply

    Ben Salto

    Where is the test bank? Please advise.

    #671152 Reply

    Ben Salto

    Where can I find the test bank. Please adivse.

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