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News   September 4, 2009   by Auto Service World

ASE Launches Online Practice Tests


The National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) has launched The Official ASE Practice Tests in response to requests from the industry. The new products provide technicians and other automotive professionals with the opportunity to take no-stakes online practice tests, with questions of the same content and format as those used on the ASE certification exams. The practice tests are half the length of the regular ASE tests and will provide useful feedback to the user in the form of a performance report and explanations for correct and incorrect answers. The Official ASE Practice Tests will help prepare candidates for the regular ASE certification tests through an independent, precertification assessment of their competency, giving them an opportunity to improve their skills in areas of weakness prior to taking the ASE certification test.

“The secondary goals of the Official ASE Practice Tests are to ease candidate anxiety for those with a fear of failing the ASE certification tests, and to establish a comfort level with an electronic format similar to our Computer-Based Testing (CBT),” said Tim Zilke, ASE president and CEO. “The initial practice tests offered will be A1 through A8 and P2. Plans are in the works for practice tests across collision, truck, and the Advanced Level areas.”

Individuals can purchase the Official ASE Practice Tests online through the ASE Store.

1-2 Tests – US$14.95 ea.
3-24 Tests – US$12.95 ea.
25 or more Tests – US$11.95 ea.

Note: Contact ASE for special pricing on quantities of 500 or more.

Once completed, the user can view and print a performance report. The report shows the questions organized by content areas, with a brief description of the question, and indicates if the question was answered correctly. Users have the ability to go back to any of the questions from this page and see the entire question, plus the explanation of why one particular answer is correct and the other answers are incorrect.


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