I am VERY close to releasing the next iteration of my Green Belt Practice Exams and Study Guide!
I’ve been working on this website for more than 3 years, and the Green Belt Study Guide for a long time. The product went through a beta release in early 2017, and a soft launch after that. (I call it Pass Your Six Sigma Green Belt – PYSSGB for short – because everyone who completes the course also goes on to pass their chosen exam)The next version is finally wrapping up!! I will do another release shortly.
PYSSGB is similar to the free membership area – just BIGGER, BETTER, and MORE IMPACTFUL. There are hundreds of test questions written just like you will find on the major green belt certifications. There is an automated grading system that pinpoints which topics you’re good at – and which topics you need to spend more time on. Each question has detailed notes on why the answer is correct and why the other options are not – plus links to in-depth material so you can master the subject.
So many Six Sigma candidates have found it helpful to pass their exams. In fact, every single candidate who has put the time into the program has passed their exam – this includes ASQ, IASSC, Villanova, and other organizations. While it’s intended for green belts, people have used it to prepare for their Black Belt and even Master Black Belt exams, which I find absolutely amazing!
However, before I finalize this next release, I want to make sure I have everything covered. This is where you come in:
My question to you is; ‘What are your top 2 items that I absolutely MUST include in Pass Your Six Sigma Green Belt.’ Just leave a comment below or contact me here.
PS Here’s a screen shot of the system I’ve built. There are so many options it doesn’t even fit on the screen!
PPS If you are interested in joining now before the next iteration is complete (and the price increases), please go and checkout. It’s a one-time charge for a year’s access, so every active participant in the course gets the upgrades (without any additional charges) – I see no sense in charging earlier-adopters for improvements.
If you’re not interested, no worries. You can continue on in the free area and the hundreds of articles on the website will always be free.