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Boost Your Chances of Achieving SOLIDWORKS Certification with MySolidWorks

One of the most common questions we receive about SOLIDWORKS certification is, “What’s the best way to revise for an exam?” “

Our first suggestion is to rely on MySolidWorks.com. It is therefore to this online platform that we refer users, where they have access to numerous videos intended to help them prepare for their certification exams.

In 2015, we offered a special certification promotion through MySolidWorks. This promotion included free access to preparation supports as well as tests associated with preparing for the CSWA exam. Usually, the CSWA exam has a pass rate of around 65%, but thanks to last year’s special offer giving access to preparation supports on MySolidWorks, the success rate for this exam has increased to almost 85%.

If you are a SOLIDWORKS customer under maintenance contract, you have access to MySolidWorks Standard when you log into MySolidWorks or if you subscribe to it. You then have access to preparation materials designed to help you become a Certified SOLIDWORKS Partner.

These materials cover all the subjects of the CSWA exam. What’s more, MySolidWorks Standard Provides access to over 600 product video tutorials, online storage services for sharing designs, and a global network of manufacturers who can help you bring your designs to life.

If the very thought of exams terrifies you, remember one thing: from the integration of the CSWA program into MySolidWorks, users who have taken the preparatory course have a 20% higher first-pass exam pass rate than those who have not revised using the preparation materials.

Why wait ? Start preparing for the Certified SOLIDWORKS Associate (CSWA) exam now or improve your SOLIDWORKS skills using online product video tutorials.
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