Six Sigma Global Standard Tests are based on a project-oriented approach for process improvements based on statistical analysis, with an emphasis on increasing financial efficiency. There are two different levels of certifications, Six Sigma Green Belt and Six Sigma Back Belt.

The Green Belt Level allows professionals to certify their abilities in process improvements in order to achieve excellence in terms of quality and efficiency. The Black Belt Level is the certification for team leaders who aim for process optimization through a project basis, to increase customer satisfaction levels and business productivity.

  • The Green Belt Level Test consists of 50 questions, candidates will have 80 minutes to answer them;
  • The Black Belt Level Test consists of 75 questions, candidates will have 120 minutes to answer them;
  • A score of 75% is required to pass the test.

VOC, Process Mapping, C&E Matrix, FMEA, Process Capability, Statistical Analysis, RCA, SPC, Control Plans.

To help you with your test, we have listed the best of suggested literature.
  1. Pyzdek, T., Keller, P., The Six Sigma Handbook, Third Edition, New York, McGrew-Hill, 2009.
  2. Brook, Q., 2014, Lean Six Sigma and Minitab (4th Edition): The Complete Toolbox Guide for Business Improvement, a cura di Brook-Piper, H., OPEX Resources Ltd, Londra, 2014.
  3. Breyfogle, F.W., Implementing Six Sigma, Second Edition: Smarter Solutions Using Statistical Methods, Productivity Press, New York, 2003.
  4. L. George, M. L., Maxey, J., Rowlands, D., Price M., 2004, The Lean Six Sigma Pocket Toolbook: A Quick Reference Guide to 100 Tools for Improving Quality and Speed, Mc Grew-Hill, New York, 2004.
  5. Roderick, A., Munro, Ph.D., Maio, M. J., Nawaz, M. B., Ramu, G., Zrymiak, D.J., The Certified Six Sigma Green Belt Handbook, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ASQ Quality Press, 2008.
  6. Kubiak, T.M., Benbow, D.W., The Certified Six Sigma Black Belt Handbook, Second Edition, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, ASQ Quality Press, 2009.

We ask our candidates to assume full responsibility for honesty in written examinations, by not violating the GST Honor Code, our honor system philosophy based on five pillars.

At end of your test, you will be asked to virtually sign the following statement: “I pledge my honor that I have not violated the GST Honor Code during this examination”.

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