Six Sigma Green Belt

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Dynamic Path presents 138 review questions for the Six Sigma Green Belt given by the American Society for Quality (ASQ).  You can study 50 questions for free on this site.  

This module contains professionally-written multiple-choice review questions with detailed, helpful explanations. Each question is paired with a Key Takeaway, designed to help the learner master the most important point of the question. Learn at your own pace in Study Mode, or give yourself a timed quiz in Test Mode.

This app would also be useful for anyone studying for IASSC's Green Belt certification (CGB), or who wants to improve their general Six Sigma / quality management skills. It is also an effective refresher for those who need to be re-certified.

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The Six Sigma Green Belt exam contains 100 questions.

The Six Sigma Green Belt exam is 3 hours long.

The passing score for the Six Sigma Green Belt exam is 70%.

Passing the Six Sigma Green Belt exam grants the test taker Six Sigma Green Belt certification, which demonstrates an individual's proficiency in Six Sigma tools and methodologies at a Green Belt level. This certification is most useful for professionals who are looking to be or who are currently responsible for improving quality and reducing costs within their organization.

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