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ASE Winter 2008 computer-based testing (CBT)


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ASE Winter 2008 computer-based testing (CBT) runs through February 22, 2008.

 

Testing appointments are available during the day, in the evening, and even on weekends. CBT provides increased flexibility to better suit your busy schedule, and test scores are delivered right at the test center!

 

Register by February 15, 2008 at 1-800-525-6929.

 

Certification (and recertification) tests available include the Automobile Series (A1-A8), Medium/Heavy Truck Series (T1-T8), Collision Repair/Refinish Series (B2-B6), Service Consultant (C1), and Automobile Parts Specialist (P2) tests. The two Advanced Level tests (L1 and L2) are also available.

 

Visit the ASE website at www.ase.com/cbt for more information, including a CBT tutorial to familiarize yourself with taking the ASE tests on computer. Frequently asked questions and a complete listing of the CBT test centers can also be found there.

 

And in case our CBT format doesn't meet your needs, online registration for the Spring 2008 ASE paper and pencil testing is now open! The deadline to register is March 31, 2008. Click here to register for Spring 2008 paper and pencil testing.

 

ASE - Certifying the Automotive Professional

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