1. Find out the requirements
Make sure you visit the BCSP's site to see if you meet the requirements to sit for the exam(s). Get your paperwork in order (transcripts, work history, etc.).
2. Look at the exam details
Each exam has a blueprint of what is covered on the exam. Look at it and determine which areas you know and which areas you need to study. This will help you be more effective with your studying. Also note that each area makes up a different percentage of the exam's overall score. You do not need a perfect score to pass. Figure out how much in each area you need to get correct in order to pass.
3. Submit your application to the BCSP
They are the ones that determine if your education and experience are enough to take the ASP® or CSP® exam. This is a crucial step before you consider taking an exam prep course. You may discover that you need more qualifying education or experience.
4. Consider purchasing the ASP® or CSP® Self Assessment
This is a low cost way of getting some exam experience and figuring out what you need to study.
5. Assess yourself
Now you have enough information to decide what you need to do next. Feel free to contact us if you have questions. Good luck!
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