The format will be multiple choice with both conceptual and problem-solving questions. Administered as one exam in two parts over a four hour period. The exam consists of two parts to be completed in four hours. To pass, a 60% minimum in each part and 70% in total both parts
Exam Part 1
Theory and Concepts - 50 multiple choice questions
To test the candidate on the concepts and theory of demand planning.
Exam Part 2
Practical Problem Solving - 25 calculation questions in multiple-choice formats
This part will consist of practical problem solving with exercises on forecasting. This will require performing numerical calculations and solving forecasting case studies. A simple forecasting software package will be provided to help facilitate this part.
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