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The preparation course for the ASQ CQE exam consists of about 28 hours of class time.
We offer a wide range of class times to accommodate a variety of schedules. We can find a Certified Quality Engineer class that meets your needs. The classes offer a mixture of lecture, problem review and quizzes. The training is conducted in an online classroom environment with a high level of interactivity between the student and the instructor. You will have unlimited access to the instructor to get your questions answered outside of normal class times.
ASQ Certification exam for CQE.
The difficulty in passing the ASQ CQE exam is the amount of information you need to know and time management during the exam. The statistics area is normally the obstacle for most people. The key areas you should be very proficient in are as follows:
Cp and CpK If the process is centered and has a CpK of 1.2 and moves 1.5σ to the right, what is the new CpK (It is .8)?
Hypothesis testing You must be proficient at determining whether it is a t test, z test, F test or Chi Square test. Example: You sampled 100 units from two suppliers and found supplier A has 12% defective and supplier B has 18%. Are they statistically significant at a 5% risk?
ANOVA You are comparing 4 suppliers and gather 5 measurements from each supplier. How many degrees of freedom are allocated to the error, how many total?
DOE You are running 3 factors at 3 levels, how many trials are required for a full factorial, how many for a 33-1?
Reliability A system has a failure rate of .01/Hr, what is the reliability at 1000 hours?
MSA A gage has a standard deviation of reproducibility of .1 and a variance of repeatability of .03. What is the standard deviation of the measurement system?
Control Charts A process is in control with a mean of 15, a sample size of 4 and a process standard deviation equal to 2. What are the upper and lower control limits?
Distributions A process is running with a 2% defective rate and a sample of 110 is taken. What is the probability of finding at least 2 defective? A process has a mean of 100 and a standard deviation of 3 with a specification of 102 +/- 8. What percentage is out of specification?