Preparing for BCSP and BCRSP Safety Certification Examinations
BCSP and BCRSP Exam Eligibility
Understanding the CSP, ASP, CRSP, and CRST Eligibility and Application Requirements
BCSP and BCRSP outlines all information in regards to qualifying for various safety exams such as the CSP, ASP, CRSP, CRST etc. Visit the BCSP and BCRSP website to review the CSP, CRSP and CRST eligibility and application requirements.
After reviewing the requirements you should have a good understanding regarding the process of qualifying for the CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST examination and the information you will be tested on. Your next step is you will need to develop a plan of action to prepare to take the examination. The methods and techniques used for preparing for the examination is an individual decision. The methods MySafetyPrep lists have been developed over the years and have been determined to be highly successful. There are no shortcuts to preparing for these examinations. We will guide you through some time-proven methods that will assist you in successfully passing the CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST examinations an obtaining the professional designations.
Knowing your Strengths and Weaknesses
Determining Your Knowledge Level in Each Exam Domain
One of your first steps in preparing for the CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST certification exams is to determine where your strengths and weaknesses are. This can be achieved in several ways. One way is to do a self-evaluation, by rating yourself on how well you know each subject area listed in the domains. Simply look at the exam domains and individual topics in the latest CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST blueprints and rate yourself on how well you are familiar with the topic.
Pinpointing Key Areas of Weakness and Strength with MySafetyPrep Exam Preparation Questions
Another way is for you to use MySafetyPrep exam preparation questions and study guides for the CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST exams to test yourself in each domain to pinpoint your key areas of weakness and strength. These exam preparation questions have been developed by professionals who hold CIH, CSP and CRSP designations. Using MySafetyPrep helps you develop strategic study plan focusing on key areas of weakness. This helps you focus your time on areas which are likely to make a significant impact in your success on the exam. Also, our service helps you actively studying and apply concepts with practice questions reinforcing topics in each domain.
Developing an Examination Preparation Plan
Creating a Personalized Study Plan Based on Your Self-Assessment and Evaluation
Based on the results of your self-evaluation, the next step is to develop a plan to prepare for CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST examination. There is no set period to prepare for the examination. The time required to prepare is strictly a personal decision. Our experience has shown that a person with a solid background will require an average of 3 months to prepare. As stated previously, the first thing you must do is determine your strengths and weaknesses. One of the easiest things to do and probably one of the worst mistakes made when preparing for the exam is to spend a lot of time studying topics that you are strongest in.
Let’s face it. Its the easy thing to do. However, it will not serve you well to spend most of your time doing this. Focus on the areas that you are weakest in.
Using MySafetyPrep CSP, ASP, CRSP, and CRST Exam Questions and Study Guides to Focus Your Time on Key Areas of Weakness
Use the self assessment and evaluation to develop your study plan. Determine how much time you will need to study each topic and develop a schedule to help you meet these goals. Stick to the schedule, as best as you can. Cramming a lot of information at the last minute may work for a few individuals but for most people this method does not work. When studying a particular topic do not just rely on remembering details of the subject. Try to gain a solid understanding of each topic. MySafetyPrep CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST exam questions and study guides are designed to test your overall knowledge and understanding and provide in depth information such that you are well prepared to answer any question on the exam. Our services prepares you with knowledge on the core fundamental concepts so you will be able to apply what you have learned to any exam question on the CSP, ASP, CRSP and CRST exams.
MySafetyPrep provides comprehensive CSP, ASP, CRST and CRST study guides based off the latest BCSP and BCRSP blueprints. The study guides offer a complete and in-depth overview of all domains of knowledge and skills that you will need to prepare for the exams.
Understanding Question Construction and Item Focus
For you to improve your chances of passing the exam you develop a strategy for taking the exam. Therefore, it is helpful to understand a question construction. A four-choice objectively scored exam item contains an item stem and four possible answers. The premise or lead in statement or question is called the stem. One of the choices is correct and three are not. As mentioned, there are no penalties for incorrect answers, so for sometimes you may need to guess. If you do not know the answer you should guess intelligently. Look for choices that you know are incorrect. Choose your answer from among the remaining choices. This increases your chances of selecting the correct answer. Also, read the questions carefully. Consider the question from the viewpoint of an exam item writer. Look for the item focus. Each item evaluates some area of knowledge. Try to identify what knowledge the item is trying to test. Recognize the stem for some items may include information that is not needed for answering the question correctly. Next, consider the context of an item. Often the item is framed around a particular industry or situation. Even if you do not work in the industry or have no experienced a particular situation the item may be testing knowledge that you have. Avoid dismissing an item because of the context or industry it was framed in.
Choosing Your Answers Intelligently and Using Your Time Wisely During the Exam
Use your time wisely. When taking the exam complete those items first that you know you can answer quickly. Then go back to items that were difficult for you or required considerable time to read, analyze or compute. You may want to go back over skipped or marked items several times. Complete the skipped items. After you have gone through the examination once, look for items that you have not answered. Select an answer for any skipped or incomplete item. By chance alone you can get one of every four correct. Many times, a later item may contain the answer or at least a trigger that allows you to answer some previous questions.
Go back to troublesome items. Its a good idea to mark items that you are not sure about or are too difficult. After you worked through the entire exam, go back to marked items. Reread the items and study the choices again. You may recall some knowledge or information that you had not considered earlier and be able to answer them correctly. You may be able to eliminate a choice that is not correct and increase chance of guessing the answer.