7 Simple Tips On How To Pass The Certified Supply Chain Professional (Cscp) Exam The First Time

7 Simple Tips on How to Pass the Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) Exam the First Time


Greg Fulls

Obtaining the Certified Supply Chain Professional is difficult; here are 7 simple tips so you can pass the exam the first time.

Before the test


1. If you have the money- the CSCP Learning system offered by APICS is a great resource for anyone to pass. It is expensive, but it will definitely help you learn what you need to learn to pass.

2. Know the APICS Dictionary. Knowing this terminology when reading each test questions will be essential to understanding the questions and getting the question correct! If you are an APICS member you can get a free copy of the dictionary.

3. Read and re-read the CSCP exam content manual. This will give you the content for the exam along with some sample questions. This small booklet will be the core subject areas that each test will cover. Knowing these subject areas can focus your study sessions to what you need to know to pass.

4. Use a CSCP Exam simulation software like professional test pro’s CSCP’s simulation software so you can practice in a simulated environment before you go and take the real test. Answering CSCP questions similar to the actual exam will give you the peace of mind that you will be able to pass the test. Don’t take the test until you score above 78% on the simulation CSCP exam. You only need ~70% to pass each test, but you will want some extra padding before actually walking into the real test for the first time.

The day of the test

5. Get plenty of sleep the night before the test. If you party all night before your test you will not be 100% prepared walking into the test. Be prepared and arrive early.

6. Use time management while taking your test. Don’t spend an hour trying to solve one question forcing you to rush through the last 10 questions. Mark any question you are having troubles with and come back to it later if you have time. Your test simulation software can help you practice this time management.

7. Read the questions carefully. Some qualifying words APICS use are most, least, except, or not. These are important words in order for you can answer the questions properly.

Following these 7 simple tips will put you in a good position to pass your CSCP exams the first time.

Greg Fulls is PMP, CPIM, and Six Sigma Black Belt Certified with his MBA from Arizona State University.

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the first time.

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