August 24, 2015 at 8:47 pm #3064
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January 9, 2016 at 6:36 pm #3748
Nandini SetiaParticipantFree Basic
Hi I am a physician trying to self study for the IASSC green belt due to the flexibility of test taking times (24/7 at home) during residency. I don’t really know where to start! Stumbling upon this site was a great help, and it seems to be the only resource out there. Are there any youtube videos/tutorials out there that you recommend to get started?
January 10, 2016 at 4:38 pm #3766
Hi. Thanks for the kind words. Best of luck studying! There are plenty of training courses out there (Villanova, MoreSteam, ASQ’s options, etc) However, each of them are quite costly. You might find some basics for low prices on Udemy, but the quality there seems poor at best. Khan academy has several great concept videos, especially in the statistical space but they do not have a curated list.
Creating such a series of tutorials on this site is an often-requested feature but there are other more pressing needs I need to address before diving in there.
This site started as a reference / study notes section for my personal use. It has grown since then, but as teaching wasn’t the primary mission, I don’t have a complete ready-made option for you. However, I think I can help:
1) Go to the IASSC Green Belt Study Guide here. I’ve linked each concept in their BOK to the articles I’ve written. You should get a great understanding reading though those. For anything that is unclear, just leave a comment at the bottom of that page and I’ll get back to you. Many pages do have videos embedded in them.
2) Consider the resources that I’ve listed on this page to ground the necessary context.
Hope that helps and best of luck!
January 11, 2016 at 2:25 pm #3773
Nandini SetiaParticipantFree Basic
Thank you so much! FYI I was doing some research and there is a free EDX course starting June 15th, I’m not sure if youve already posted that somewhere, but I know your site is quite visible on search engines. That doesn’t fit into my timeline, but maybe it will help someone else.
January 13, 2016 at 8:38 pm #3791
Hello my name is Anthony Smith I am currently studying for my Black Belt
January 15, 2016 at 12:35 pm #3795
Great, Anthony! Can you tell me what organization you are looking to certify with and when your exam is?
January 27, 2016 at 10:43 am #3935
My name is Andy and I am currently studying for my Black Belt at Villanova.
January 30, 2016 at 4:15 pm #3936
Thanks for joining and good luck, Andy!
Please remember that the final Villanova exam tests more than what is on their videos. The extra readings put out by the professors and other suggested materials were all on my BB exam. Be sure to check the notes!
If you haven’t see the Villanova BB BOK I prepared, check it out here:
You’ll see that I’ve linked out to in-depth articles on each topic. If you have any questions on any topic, just leave a comment at the bottom.
I put my experiences on studying for the Villanova exam here:
Also, I took the ASQ a year after the Villanova and my approach changed a bit. The longer write up is here:
If you are looking for practice exams, try here: http://www.sixsigmastudyguide.com/six-sigma-practice-exams/
When you are ready to start taking practice exams, register here and I have free self-assessments so you can track your progress across each topic.
Let me know if there’s anything I can help with!
February 9, 2016 at 7:00 pm #3973
John HouserParticipantFree Basic
Hi, my name is John and I am studying for the IASSC Black Belt Exam. I took the SimpliLearn BB course and passed their exam. I now want to move on and pass the IASSC ICBB exam for more recognition worldwide.
Thanks for creating this site! A lot of great information here. This site is exactly what I am looking for – how to pass the IASSC BB exam. I’ve lead a lot of Lean Six Sigma projects, but I always have been able to look up the formulas/charts and use Excel. Memorizing what to use when will be my challenge.
I was trying to get started and use the sample exam engine noted here: http://www.sixsigmastudyguide.com/six-sigma-practice-exams/
But I do not get the screen to select the exam I want to practice (as noted in the HOW TO GET STARTED section). I am using the links just above this section right now.
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