CSCP exam FAQs
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By Morgan International Staff Writers
Since its launch in 2006, more than 24,000 professionals in 100 countries have earned the Certified Supply Chain Professional (CSCP) accreditation. The content is divided into three modules with the intention of providing students with a wide knowledge base. What can you expect from the exam? We have compiled some frequently asked questions.
- What are the content modules?
The first is Supply Chain Design, the second is Supply Chain Planning and Execution, and the third is Supply Chain Improvement and Best Practices.
- What is the length of the exam?
Candidates have 4 hours to complete the exam.
- What is the exam structure?
There are 175 multiple choice questions. 150 of those contribute to the total score and 25 are ‘pretest’. Pretest questions are used for research purposes and are distributed randomly throughout the paper. They are used for statistical purposes. Clearly candidates will be unaware of which questions are pretest and therefore should answer all questions.
- Exam content
The exam content is developed according to the outline provided within the CSCP Exam Content Manual. It is validated by global subject matter expects from within the industry.
- Exam Scoring
A scaled score methodology is used which allows the degree of difficulty to be represented. It essentially ensures equivalent passing standards are maintained across exams. The score range is 200-350 with a fail being between 200-299 and a pass being 300-350.
At Morgan International, we can provide expert advice on not only studying for the CSCP exam, but also help you to increase your chances of passing first time by providing past papers, study materials, and educational guidance.