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ASQ CQA

ASQ CQA

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Dear all,

Is there any ASQ CQA here, or has anyone experience of this exam?

I want to go for it. I did a sample exam and I was able to solve 60% without preperation, so a month of preperation will be enough for me to be ready for exam.

I have MSc Desgree in Mechanical Engineering and 8 years of experience. They have written as minimum requirements to sit in exam are 8 years of experience in which 3 years of decision making experience.

I have this experience, but I want to know how do they verify it? Is a CV enough or they will need reccomendation letters from my previous employers? I might not be able to get the letters because one ex-employer was not happy that I left and refuses to provide any letter. Other employer is not responding. Current employer can give a letter but I am here since one year only.

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