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If you're a pathologist looking to become ASCP certified, Varsity Tutors can help you prepare for the exam with an Ann Arbor ASCP certification course. You'll gain access to the tutelage of an expert ASCP prep instructor and a classroom of other professional pathologists and lab technicians who are working towards certification, so you can get approach the exam in an atmosphere of mutual support. The ASCP, or American Society for Clinical Pathology, is a nationally-recognized membership organization. Certification through the ASCP's Board of Certification can demonstrate to employers that you're highly capable of performing the vital functions of work in a lab environment, potentially opening up opportunities for advancement or new job prospects.

There are more than 20 ASCP certification exams, and the material you'll study will differ depending on what your goals are. Some of the more popular certifications are the Medical Laboratory Scientist certificate, the Medical Laboratory Scientist certificate, the Histotechnician certificate, and the Phlebotomy Technician certificate, but there are many other specialties that you may be interested in as well. The exam varies from one certification to the other; for example, if you're interested in the Histotechnician certificate, the exam will focus on staining procedures, laboratory safety, use and maintenance of instruments, embedding and microtomy, and other similar topics, while if you were to take the exam for the Technologist in Cytogenetics certificate, say, you may face a very different set of questions. Qualifications for each certificate vary as well. Almost all require six month's professional experience. Many require a bachelor's degree, but some are open to those who have completed a nursing program. In each case there are a variety of "Routes" to certification, and each Route takes various mixtures of experience, training, and education into account, so you have options as you aim for your certification goals.

The prerequisites for ASCP certification mean that you're undoubtedly skilled in your field, whether you have a degree from the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor, a nursing license from Eastern Michigan University, or have graduated from a program at any other school. However, the certification process can be complicated, and you may be tested on skills that you haven't regularly used in a professional setting. Ann Arbor ASCP certification training can help you understand the structure and format of the test and focus your study on the subjects that are most critical to the certificate you're pursuing. You'll attend your Ann Arbor ASCP certification class online, where you'll be taught by a qualified instructor in a virtual classroom. You'll be able to see and speak with your instructor and your peers, thanks to our video chat platform. You can engage with lectures and sample exam scenarios provided by your teacher, and can participate in class discussions where you'll be exposed to the experiences and perspectives of pathologists and lab techs from all walks of life. This can broaden your understanding of the profession, and sharing your own knowledge can reinforce your existing skills. Collaborative learning of this sort can improve learning outcomes, and you'll be able to request one-on-one review sessions with your instructor, too, where you can go over difficult material and get questions cleared up.

We know that many professional technicians can have busy work lives and many personal commitments, and an online course can make it easier to squeeze ASCP exam prep into a crammed day. You won't have to worry about adding a commute to your life, and you can study from wherever you find yourself most comfortable and productive. There are a variety of course meeting times available, and you can choose between four-week and two-week sessions, so scheduling can be flexible.

If you reach out to Varsity Tutors today we can have you enrolled in an Ann Arbor ASCP certification training course in no time. Courses are starting every month, so you can get started quickly and easily. Give us a call and you can be taking a step towards pursuing success on the ASCP certification exam.

ASCP Certifications

  • Phlebotomy Technician (PBT)
  • Donor Phlebotomy Technician (DPT)
  • Histotechnician (HT)
  • Medical Laboratory Assistant (MLA)
  • Medical Laboratory Technician (MLT)
  • Medical Laboratory Scientist (MLS)
  • Cytotechnologist (CT)
  • Histotechnologist (HTL)
  • Technologist in Blood Banking (BB)
  • Technologist in Chemistry (C)
  • Technologist in Cytogenetics (CG)
  • Technologist in Hematology (H)
  • Technologist in Microbiology (M)
  • Technologist in Molecular Biology (MB)
  • Specialist in Blood Banking (SBB)
  • Specialist in Chemistry (SC)
  • Specialist in Cytotechnology (SCT)
  • Specialist in Cytometry (SCYM)
  • Specialist in Hematology (SH)
  • Specialist in Microbiology (SM)
  • Specialist in Molecular Biology (SMB)
  • Pathologists' Assistant (PA)
  • Diplomate in Laboratory Management (DLM)

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