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Varsity Tutors can enroll in you in a Philadelphia ASE certification class that can help you gain greater insight into concepts covered on your chosen National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE) certification exam. You might want to feel more confident in your understanding of the test's concepts or learn strategies for pacing yourself over the course of an exam so you don't run out of time. No matter your goal for seeking assistance, taking a class can help you to perform at your best on your exam and reach for success in earning your certification.

In your Philadelphia ASE certification course, your instructor might go over general information about ASE certification and its exams. For instance, did you know that ASE offers more than 40 certification exams and that they are grouped into different series based on their specialty? The B Series Collision Repair & Refinish Certification tests, for example, include the B2 – Painting & Refinishing exam and B4 – Structural Analysis & Damage Repair exam, while the P Series Parts Specialist Certification tests include the P1 – Medium-Heavy Truck Parts Specialist exam. The goal of ASE certification is to continuously raise the bar for vehicle repair and service and allow automotive professionals to showcase their level of expertise in certain specialties. Benefits of earning certification can include the possibility of improved career opportunities as well as the ability to negotiate a higher salary.

While in the midst of Philadelphia ASE certification training, you could get reacquainted with prerequisites for earning ASE certification. Your instructor might go over specific prerequisites for your certification; however, it's good to note that a general requirement is to pass the appropriate ASE certification exam and have either full-time, hands-on work experience or a combination of experience and formal training. In some instances, you might need to have a minimum of two years of experience.

Learning the content of ASE certification exams is just the beginning of the benefits you could enjoy when taking a Philadelphia ASE certification course. Sessions are conducted in a virtual classroom that you can access from any distraction-free location with an internet connection. You could join in the sessions from home or even a quiet public space like the Bala Cynwyd Library. When in the midst of a session, your instructor might teach in a lecture format or hold lively discussions in which everyone can participate. There might even be times that your instructor breaks everyone into small groups, giving you the chance to learn from your peers and share your own tips and strategies for doing your best on exam day. You can also request one-on-one time with your instructor if you need additional support.

In Philadelphia ASE certification training, your instructor might go over the structure of your chosen exam. In general, however, the tests are computer-based and will consist of between 40 and 75 multiple-choice questions. During sessions, you might also learn test-taking strategies that can help you feel more confident in your ability to answer test questions. Since sessions are conducted in real time, you can receive immediate feedback to your questions. So, if you need help refreshing your knowledge of ways to repair or replace exhaust manifolds for the X1 – Exhaust Systems test or how to diagnose toe-out-on-turns for the H5 Transit Bus: Suspension and Steering exam, your instructor could assist.

If you are ready to pursue your goal of earning certification, Philadelphia ASE certification training can help you get started. New sections begin monthly, and you have the option of selecting between two-week and four-week sessions, giving you plenty of flexibility in scheduling. By contacting Varsity Tutors today and speaking with an educational consultant, you can find out how to begin your Philadelphia ASE certification training class.

ASE Certifications

  • A1 – Engine Repair
  • A2 – Automatic Transmission/Transaxle
  • A3 – Manual Drive Train & Axles
  • A4 – Suspension & Steering
  • A5 – Brakes
  • A6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • A7 – Heating & Air Conditioning
  • A8 – Engine Performance
  • A9 – Light Vehicle Diesel Engines
  • B2 – Painting & Refinishing
  • B3 – Non-Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
  • B4 – Structural Analysis & Damage Repair
  • B5 – Mechanical & Electrical Components
  • B6 – Damage Analysis & Estimating
  • C1 – Automobile Service Consultant
  • E1 – Truck Equipment Installation & Repair
  • E2 – Electrical/Electronic Systems Installation & Repair
  • E3 – Auxiliary Power Systems Installation & Repair
  • F1 – Alternate Fuels
  • G1 – Auto Maintenance and Light Repair
  • H1 – Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Engines
  • H2 – Diesel Engines
  • H3 – Drive Train
  • H4 – Brakes
  • H5 – Suspension & Steering
  • H6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • H7 – Heating Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • H8 – Preventive Maintenance & Inspection (PMI)
  • L1 – Advanced Engine Performance Specialist
  • L2 – Electronic Diesel Engine Diagnosis Specialist
  • L3 – Light Duty Hybrid/Electric Vehicle Specialist
  • P1 – Medium-Heavy Truck Parts Specialist
  • P2 – Automobile Parts Specialist
  • P4 – General Motors Parts Consultant
  • S1 – Body Systems & Special Equipment
  • S2 – Diesel Engines
  • S3 – Drive Train
  • S4 – Brakes
  • S5 – Suspension & Steering
  • S6 – Electrical/Electronic Systems
  • S7 – Air Conditioning Systems & Controls
  • T1 – Gasoline Engines
  • T2 – Diesel Engines
  • T3 – Drive Train
  • T4 – Brakes
  • T5 – Suspension & Steering
  • T6 – Electrical/ Electronic Systems
  • T7 – Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  • T8 – Preventive Maintenance Inspection
  • X1 – Undercar Specialist Exhaust Systems

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