While other business programs are more theoretical in nature, the CBM Exam is based on a practical business curriculum that addresses the real needs of practitioners in the business field.
Where and When Is the Exam Held?
Candidates may take the CBM Exam at Prometric Testing Centers around the world. Prometric is a leading worldwide provider of comprehensive technology-based testing and assessment services. The exam is computer-based, timed and proctored which ensures the integrity of the CBM Exam. If you would like to locate a testing center near you, please visit Prometric's Web site at www.2test.com and select the Association of Professionals in Business Management program.
For additional information on the CBM Exam and registration, please request the CBM Exam Information Packet. For details on exam fees, visit the CBM Exam Web site.
Each part of the exam must be taken sequentially. You must pass Part 1 of the CBM Exam in order to take Part 2 and Part 3 may only be taken after you have passed Part 1 and Part 2.
Your scheduled appointment time is three and one half hours, of which you will have three hours to answer 150 multiple-choice questions for each part of the exam.
How to Prepare for the CBM Exam
To help you prepare for the CBM Exam, we have preparation guides available for purchase. Not only do these guides provide a comprehensive single-source for exam preparation, they are an excellent desk reference for the business practitioner. There are a total of six preparation guides for the CBM Exam.
The preparation guides are as follows:
|CBM Exam Part 1:
|Volume Two—Practice Questions|
|CBM Exam Part 2:
|Volume Four—Practice Questions|
|CBM Exam Part 3:
|Volume Six—Practice Questions|
The preparation guides were developed and published by South-Western Publishing, a division of Thomson Learning. Candidates can order books from APBM’s secure Web site, www.cbmexam.com or by calling 323-936-6757.
Sample pages from the preparation guides can be found on http://www.cbmexam.com/prep_guide_samples.htm.