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CPSM試験番号:CPSM問題集

試験科目:Certified Professional in Supply Management (CPSM)

最近更新時間:2017-03-24

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For your exam, you must bring one valid photo I.D. with signature that exactly matches the name on your exam registration.

Your I.D. MUST be one of the following:

Driver's License*
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Employee I.D.
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No other forms of I.D. will be accepted.

*Driver's License, Passport and Military IDs that have a digital signature encoded will only be accepted as valid ID if accompanied by another valid ID with signature.

Note: on the day of your exam, if you are unable to produce a valid I.D. matching the name in ISM's database, you will not be allowed to test and all registration fees will be forfeited.

Note: Pearson VUE uses biometrics in all test centers. Biometrics are automated methods of recognizing a person based on a physical characteristic and are primarily used to combat identity fraud. One such method involves the examinee placing a palm on a scanner, which results in an electronic palm print.

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What else should I know about taking my exam at a Pearson VUE Test Center?

Plan to arrive 30 minutes before your appointment. If you are more than 15 minutes late, you will be considered a non-refundable "no show" and your exam fees will be forfeited.

You will be required to leave all personal belongings in a locker. This includes bags, cell phones, pagers, watches, wallets, notes, books or other materials not authorized for this exam.

An erasable note board and pen will be provided for the exam. They will be collected at the end of the test.

Calculators will be also be provided.

Wear comfortable, layered clothing. Test center temperatures vary.

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How do I reschedule or cancel an existing appointment?

To reschedule or cancel your test appointment, you must contact Pearson VUE at least 24-hours prior to the scheduled local testing time. For example, an 8:30am appointment on Monday must be rescheduled by 8:30am on Sunday (all times are local). If you do not reschedule or cancel your appointment in time, all funds are forfeited.

Fees may apply if any changes or cancellations are made within 48 hours of the scheduled appointment time.

Please DO NOT call your local Pearson VUE test center to make appointments or cancel or reschedule appointments.

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How can I take CPSM® Exams at my company?

ISM offers onsite testing for groups. To request more information regarding on-site testing, please contact:

Michelle Pattee, Senior Associate – Certification

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How can I schedule CPSM® Review Courses at my company?

ISM offers onsite training and review courses. To require more information, please contact:

ISM Services

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How do I apply for the CPSM®?

After you have met all requirements, you will need to apply for certification. You can obtain the appropriate application in the Certification Forms section on our website. Complete and sign the application, attach the required backup documentation and mail the application along with the appropriate member or non-member fee. ISM recommends that you maintain a copy of the entire application, including all backup documentation. ISM will accept copies of your score reports.

ISM is unable put an application on-hold, pending an exam score or work experience letter. Incomplete applications will be returned unprocessed.

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What is the status of my application?

Application processing may take up to 6 weeks. We offer a rush service for an additional fee. If rush service is purchased, we guarantee that your application will be reviewed within 2 business days.

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I already have my C.P.M. and have passed the Bridge Exam, what documentation do I need to submit?

As a C.P.M., you will not need to re-submit your work experience because ISM has already approved it. You must submit the CPSM® application, application fee and copy of your score report.

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How long is my CPSM® valid?

The CPSM® designation is valid for a 3 year period. To maintain the CPSM®, you must recertify by submitting a recertification application with proof of continuing education completed. Individuals with a CPSM® that has been expired for more than a year must retake all of the exams to recertify.

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Once earned, how do I maintain my CPSM®?

CPSM®s are required to recertify every 3 years with 60 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs). CPSM®s are encouraged to recertify within the 60 days prior to the expiration date. Once your certification has expired, you will be given a one-year grace period in which you can recertify with no penalty. Candidates in their grace period will not be recognized as a CPSM® nor will they be allowed to use the designation. Certificate dates will appear on the certificate as if the recertification had been completed prior to the expiration of your previous certificate.

Please notify the Certification Department when you move or change jobs in order to keep your records current, as we may attempt to notify individuals when their designation has expired.

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How do I earn Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)?

To recertify, applicants must earn 60 Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) during their current certification period. At least two-thirds of the points must be educational in nature. One-third may be earned in the professional contributions category. Candidates will be able to retake CPSM® Exams for 20 CEHs each, but only in the last year of their certification or during their grace period. ISM does not pre-approve CEHs for recertification.

Categories for earning CEHs are:

College Courses (taken or taught)
Continuing Education (taken or taught), including seminars, web seminars, corporate training, etc.
Contributions to the Profession
CPSM® Exams (20 CEHs each in the last year of qualification or during the grace period)
Please notify the Certification Department when you move or change jobs in order to keep your records current, as we may attempt to notify individuals when their designation has expired.

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Are there any low cost ways to earn Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)?

Yes, ISM offers several low-cost options to earn CEHs. Training offered by your employer or other organization may also qualify.

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If I have multiple designations do I need separate Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) each renewal or can I use the same hours for both?

You may use the same CEHs for all ISM designations so long as they were obtained during your current certification period.

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May I send two applications in the same package?

Yes, 2 applications with one set of backup documents will be accepted. Please put a note on the front page to bring to our attention that there are 2 applications. Also, please make sure to include both application fees.

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Will it be possible to achieve Lifetime status for the CPSM®?

No. Lifetime status is not available for the CPSM®. Since the profession is continuing to increase in complexity, continuing education will play a major role in making sure supply managers stay current on the latest supply management best practices.

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How do I know when my CPSM® expires?

The expiration date is located on the bottom left corner of your certificate. You can also verify your credentials online or contact the Certification Department.

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What happens if my CPSM® expires?

There is a one-year grace period in which you can recertify without penalty. During this grace period the individual is no longer considered a CPSM® in good standing and should not use the designation until they are recertified. The grace period does not lengthen your certification period — using this grace period will not change your next expiration date. Your expiration date will remain three years from when you were certified. If your CPSM® is expired beyond the one-year grace period, you will need to retake the CPSM® exams to reinstate the designation.

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 CPSM®
(Certified Professional in Supply Management®)
MASTER YOUR DESTINY. ACCELERATE YOUR CAREER.

To boost the bottom line, companies are searching for skilled and knowledgeable supply management professionals to help streamline supply management efforts and reduce costs while maintaining quality. Becoming a CPSM instantly raises your visibility. The globally recognized CPSM designation is the premier supply management credential, the one all others are measured against. Built on an in-depth analysis of supply management functions across industries, the CPSM will identify you as someone with mastery of critical concepts in procurement and sourcing, negotiating, contracts and leadership.

Go for your CPSM and show companies you’re the supply management expert they need. Use it as a springboard for your role as a future supply management leader. The time is NOW!

MORE REASONS WHY YOU SHOULD BECOME A CPSM

ROI — You’ll typically earn more than peers who don’t have a credential — on average 9% more.

RELEVANT — The exam questions are created by supply management professionals and reflect real situations and experiences rather than relying on abstract classroom theory.

TRANSPORTABLE — Your CPSM is globally recognized and remains valid if you change industries.

CURRENT — ISM periodically updates the CPSM to reflect changes in roles and practices over time.

PRESTIGE — Many managers require a CPSM for certain positions or favor candidates who hold one.

PRICED FAIRLY — A CPSM is competitively priced when compared to other well-known certifications.

Attend ISM2017 for a Great Head Start!

Not only can the workshop at ISM2017 boost your career, it can accelerate your certification processes with intensive CPSM training, exclusive pricing and more! See what’s available for emerging professionals like you.

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If you are a candidate for Certification or Recertification, please take a few moments to review either the Original Application Information or the ISM Recertification Information before proceeding to the application.

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Verify your Credentials
See if your credential is still active.
(CPSM, CPSD, C.P.M. and A.P.P.)
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Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM®) Program FAQs

General CPSM® FAQs:

What is the Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM®) designation?
What are the criteria to obtain the CPSM®?
What is considered acceptable work experience?
Do I have to have the required experience before I can take the exams?
What are the benefits of achieving the CPSM®?
What are the benefits for my organization if I become CPSM® certified?
How does ISM distinguish the CPSM® certification from other organizations' designations?
What is the average cost to obtain the CPSM®?
How long will it take to obtain the CPSM®?
CPSM® Exam FAQs:

Are there exam(s) for the CPSM®?
What content is covered in the CPSM® Exams?
What study materials are available for exam preparation?
How much do the CPSM® Exams cost?
How are the Exams scored? What is passing?
What do I do if I fail an exam?
Do I have to pay to retake an exam?
Am I able to see the questions that I got wrong on an exam?
How long are my exam scores valid?
How do I register for CPSM® Exam(s)? How do I know where the closest test center is located?
What kind of identification (I.D.) will I need in order to test?
What else should I know about taking my exam at a Pearson VUE Test Center?
How do I reschedule or cancel an existing appointment?
How can I take CPSM® Exams at my company?
How can I schedule CPSM® Review Courses at my company?
 

CPSM® Application FAQs:

How do I apply for the CPSM®?
What is the status of my application?
I already have my C.P.M. and have passed the Bridge Exam, what documentation do I need to submit?
How long is my CPSM® valid?
Once earned, how do I maintain my CPSM®?
How do I earn Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)?
Are there any low cost ways to earn Continuing Education Hours (CEHs)?
If I have multiple designations do I need separate Continuing Education Hours (CEHs) for each renewal or can I use the same hours for both?
May I send two applications in the same package?
Will it be possible to achieve Lifetime status for the CPSM®?
How do I know when my CPSM® expires?
What happens if my CPSM® expires?
 

What is the Certified Professional in Supply Management® (CPSM®) designation?

The Certified Professional in Supply Management® is recognized globally as a standard of excellence for professionals in procurement, supply management and supply chain management. The CPSM® program reflects the expanded knowledge, skills and abilities required to be a successful professional. Backed by one of the world’s largest associations in the field of supply management, the CPSM® is a mark of dedication and distinction.

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What are the criteria to obtain the CPSM®?

3 years full-time, professional supply management experience (nonclerical, nonsupport) with a regionally accredited1 bachelor's degree OR 5 years of supply management experience (nonclerical, nonsupport) without a degree.
Pass 3 CPSM® Exams.
1Regionally accredited means that your bachelor's degree was earned from a college or university that is recognized by one of the six U.S. accrediting organizations listed with the Council for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA). Please email the Certification Department if you have questions regarding your degree.

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What is considered acceptable work experience?

Full-time professional experience where supply management, procurement or supply chain is the primary job function. Clerical and support roles do not apply. Candidates can submit a Work Experience Evaluation if they are unsure if their experience qualifies. This evaluation is optional and a fee will apply.

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Do I have to have the required experience before I can take the exams?

No. Exam scores are valid for 4 years from the test date. You can take the exams as you work towards your experience and/or degree.

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What are the benefits of achieving the CPSM®?

CPSM®s indicate that they have mastered the supply management body of knowledge. Current evolution of the profession dictates that a strategic level certification is needed for professionals to effectively implement innovative supply chain strategies throughout their entire organization. The CPSM® is a milestone for those professionals who take ownership of their careers. Surveys indicate those with professional certifications report higher annual compensation than those without. Pursuing the CPSM® is your chance to leverage your knowledge and experience into career advancement.

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What are the benefits for my organization if I become CPSM® certified?

CPSM®s have demonstrated knowledge of the cross-functional skills that enable them to contribute value and lead their organization in today’s global economy. The CPSM® emphasizes major segments of the supply management profession, all critical to their employer’s success. CPSM®s demonstrate a dedication to their profession and to continuous professional development. Senior supply management executives often find value in using the CPSM® as a development tool for their entire organization, to ensure that everyone shares a common understanding of the skills required by the profession.

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How does ISM distinguish the CPSM® certification from other organizations' designations?

The CPSM® targets supply management professionals who are forward thinking and strive to have a broad understanding of all components of the profession. It focuses on strategic supply management and contains the most comprehensive body of knowledge in this area. Unlike other credentials, in order to maintain the CPSM®, professionals must continue learning and developing their skills throughout their careers.

See CPSM® Exam Specification

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What is the average cost to obtain the CPSM®?

The average cost for ISM members ranges from $1,000 - $1,600 USD. The average cost for nonmembers ranges from $1,800 - $2,400.  ISM membership is not required to become a CPSM®, however significant savings, along with a host of member benefits are enjoyed by ISM members. For information about joining as an ISM member, visit the membership section of our website.

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How long will it take to get my CPSM®?

Timeframes vary based upon candidates’ study program. For those who are self-paced learners, the average is approximately 6 – 12 months to completion, depending on experience and time available to study.

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Are there exam(s) for the CPSM®?

There are three separate CPSM® Exams which together cover the main segments of supply management. Exam content addresses today's procurement and supply chain environment and workplace complexities such as risk, strategic sourcing, technology and increased skills needed for supply professionals to drive value in their organizations.

Exam Registration

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What content is covered in the CPSM® Exams?

There are three CPSM® Exams. Below is a break-down of the exam by sections, with the number of questions and time allowed. See the Exam Specifications for further details.

Exam 1: Foundation of Supply Management

Section Name

# of Questions

 
Cost & Finance

32

 

165 questions
150 scored
2 hrs. 45 mins.

Contracting and Negotiation

32

International

17

Social Responsibility

14

Sourcing

20

Supplier Relationship Mgmt.

35

  
150 questions

(plus 15 unscored)

 
 

Exam 2: Effective Supply Management Performance

Section Name

# of Questions

 
Forecasting

19

 

165 questions
150 scored
2 hrs. 45 mins.

Logistics

19

Materials and Inventory Mgmt.

19

Organization/Dept. Assessment

26

Planning

15

Project Mgmt.

19

Product Development

12

Quality

21

  
150 questions

(plus 15 unscored)

 
 

Exam 3: Leadership in Supply Management

Section Name

# of Questions

 
Leadership

96

180 questions
165 scored
3 hrs.

Risk and Compliance

32

Strategic Sourcing

37

  
165 questions

(plus 15 unscored)

 
 

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What study materials are available for CPSM® Exam preparation?

ISM provides a selection of study materials and courses to assist candidates in their pursuit of the CPSM® Successful candidates will develop their personal study plan. ISM has developed a suggested study plan.

The core set of CPSM® study materials include the CPSM® Diagnostic Practice Exam, the CPSM® Study Guide and the ISM Professional Series.

The CPSM® Diagnostic Practice Exam assists candidates in identifying gaps in their knowledge against the exam content. It also allows candidates to become familiar with the multiple choice item formats that ISM uses in the exams. The CPSM® Diagnostic Practice Exam is available as a print or web version. The content in the web version is equivalent to the print version. However, the web-based version more closely simulates the test taking environment.

The CPSM® Study Guide is an expanded outline of the content covered in the exams and is one of the most critical materials to use during your preparation. Applicable to all exam candidates, it provides information on test specifications, examples of the testing format and question styles. With the use of additional reference materials to round out your knowledge, the CPSM® Study Guide is an essential part of your study program.

The ISM Professional Series was written in support of the corresponding exam content (Book 1 for Exam 1, Book 2 for Exam 2, Book 3 for Exam 3). The three books provide more detail about the exam topics than found in the CPSM® Study Guide. The series draws from all industries and levels, formulating a macro view of the profession. This series of books would be equivalent to college level textbooks.

In addition, ISM has compiled a Supplemental Reading List to help candidates prepare for their exams. The books on the list have been chosen because of their focus on the expanded components of supply management.

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How much do the CPSM® Exams cost?

$199 USD per exam for ISM members
$329 USD per exam for non-members (includes ISM Direct Membership)

Exam registrations are valid for one (1) year from the date that ISM processes your registration. You must test by the expiration date to avoid forfeiting your exam fees.

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How are the Exams scored? What is passing?

Each candidate must pass with a minimum scaled score of 400 regardless of the number of questions in that Exam. ISM maintains multiple versions, or forms, of the exam. While the content of the exam remains constant, the actual questions used in the exam will change. Different forms of the exam use different questions, the level of difficulty will vary slightly from test to test. To compensate for these variations, a statistical procedure known as equating is used to account for differences in test difficulty. The passing score is not calculated based upon percentages.

For example, let's suppose we have two test forms of an exam — Test A and Test B. Now suppose it is established that in order to pass Test A, a person must answer 32 out of 60 questions correct. Furthermore, suppose that Test B is somewhat easier than Test A. To compensate for this difference, the passing score for Test B is adjusted to prevent any "bonus" being given to the candidates taking Test B. Thus, it may be established that a candidate must get a score of 34 out of 60 on Test B in order to pass. This is test equating. It holds candidates to the same standard in terms of difficulty, regardless of which version is taken.

Due to this method of equating the percentage of correct answers varies from exam to exam. Then, to maintain consistency in scoring, a second statistical procedure called scaling is used. Scaling converts all scores to a scale ranging from 100 to 600 with a passing score set at 400. Thus, the scores you receive from ISM are actually scaled scores. If the scaled score on any particular Exam ranges from 100 to 390, this means you failed that Exam. If the scaled score is in the range of 400 to 600, you passed that Exam.

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What do I do if I fail an exam?

If you fail an exam, you should use the score report that you receive from the test center to re-focus your study effort on any task area(s) where you did not answer approximately 75% of the questions correctly. Then revisit the study material you used to prepare for the exams and purchase additional sources if more in-depth studying is needed.

In order to re-test, you will again need to register with ISM and pay the appropriate member or non-member fee.

ISM has a 30-day retake policy for the CPSM® Exams. If you are unsuccessful on an exam you must wait 30 days before you are eligible to re-take that specific exam.

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Do I have to pay to re-take the exam?

Yes, you will again need to register with ISM and pay the appropriate member or non-member fee. There is no discount on re-tests.

ISM has a 30-day retake policy for the CPSM® Exams. If you are unsuccessful on an exam you must wait 30 days before you are eligible to re-take that specific exam.

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Am I able to see the questions that I got wrong on an exam?

Specific exam questions and answers are not made public. A score report for each exam is provided upon completion. The score report provides detail about the task areas where questions were missed. Task areas that you answered less than 75% of the questions correct is an area that requires more study.

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How long are my CPSM® Exam scores valid?

CPSM® Exam scores are valid for 4 years from the date they are taken. If an exam score is more than 4 years old, the exam must be taken and passed again before applying for the CPSM®.

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How do I register for CPSM® Exam(s)? How do I know where the closest test center is located?

There are three ways to register for a CPSM® exam:

Register Online

Phone: 800/888-6276, or 480/752-6276, option 8

Or mail your application to

ISM
Attn: Customer Service
2055 E. Centennial Circle
Tempe, AZ 85284

Your exam registration is valid for one year from the day ISM processes your registration. Payment is required in advance. You must test by the expiration date to avoid forfeiting your exam fees.

Individual candidate testing is done at Pearson VUE Testing Centers and can be scheduled at your convenience.

Exam fees are $199 per exam for ISM members and $329 per exam for nonmembers.

Within 24 hours of processing your registration, you will receive a confirmation letter from ISM with instructions on how to schedule an exam and locate a test center on Pearson VUE's website.

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What kind of identification (I.D.) will I need in order to test?

 

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