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Where can I take the ASE certification test?

Where can I take the ASE certification test?

ASE tests are delivered days, nights, and weekends at 450+ secure, proctored Prometric test centers and Satellite sites. Use the tools below to find your closest test centers. You can also check seat availability and see what to expect when you go to the test center.

How do you tell if a shop is ASE certified?

Certified professionals have credentials listing their area(s) of certification, and display a shoulder patch signifying their ASE certification. Another way to confirm certification is to look for a Blue Seal or an ASE certificate on display in a shop.

How much does it cost to get a ASE?

Registration Fee: $34, paid with each order. You may purchase as many recertification tests as you want in an order, but we cap the cost of your tests at $141. So, the most anyone would pay to recertify in a single order is $175—no matter how many recertification tests are purchased.

What does it mean to be ASE certified mechanic?

Automotive Service Excellence
ASE stands for “Automotive Service Excellence.” The certification is issued and regulated by the National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence. To complete their certification, mechanics must learn and display a mastery of automotive repair. In order to do this, they must follow a long and rigorous process.

What is the easiest ASE certification to get?

We put out a survey to over 100 ASE Master Automotive Technicians, asking them to rank the A1-A8 tests in order of easiest to hardest. The results of the survey named a clear winner for “Easiest ASE Test,” and that is the A5 Braking Systems test.

How long does it take to get ASE certified?

The process to become ASE Certified is not an easy feat. In order to attain ASE Certification, technicians must complete a minimum of 2 years of qualified work experience and pass a challenging test for each certification.

Does ASE Verify work experience?

You can take most ASE tests even if you do not have the required work experience. ASE reserves the right to verify all job history details and can deny certification to anyone who provides false or misleading work experience information.

Is finding an ASE certified mechanic important?

A mechanic with an ASE certification is one of about 385,000 mechanics around the country who has passed at least one specialty certification exam and who has at least two years of relevant work experience. They also have to recertify every five years. Finding an ASE certified mechanic can help you know that your vehicle’s problem will be solved by someone recognized as a knowledgeable professional.

What is an ASE Master certified mechanic?

An ASE Certified Master mechanic has taken a series of subject tests to demonstrate competence in an array of vehicle systems. This certification is offered for automotive, collision repair, engine machinist, medium-heavy truck, school bus, transit bus, and truck equipment areas of specialty.

How do you verify ASE certification?

Call ASE directly to find out if the technician is ASE-certified. Tell them you need to verify ASE-certification on a particular technician. They will be willing to give you the information because their goal is to help ensure consumers receive competent service.

What are the 8 areas of ASE certification?

Here are the 8 automotive areas needed to pass be become an ASE Certified Master Technician: Engine Repair. Automatic Trans/Transaxle. Manual Drive Train and Axles. Suspension and Steering. Brakes. Electrical/Electrical Systems.