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Course SummaryPrepare for the C (ASCP) Technologist in Chemistry exam with this convenient online study guide course. The course's engaging lessons and self-assessments cover all of the chemistry topics that could appear on the exam. This Study.com course was updated in 2018.
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About This Course
This comprehensive test preparation course offers you a simple and quick way to study for the C (ASCP) Technologist in Chemistry exam. Our lessons are taught by expert instructors who simplify complex chemistry topics and break down the terms and concepts you'll need to know for the test. You can expect to study:
- Carbohydrate and lipid functions
- Heme derivatives
- Human body enzymes
- Nitrogen-containing compounds in the human body
- Blood gases and acid-base determinations
- Electrolyte functions, testing and deficiencies
- Nutrition and vitamins
- Drug monitoring, toxicology and testing
- Chemistry lab instruments, operations and analysis techniques
- Lab mathematics and safety methods
About the Exam
The C (ASCP) exam is a requirement for candidates who wish to obtain the American Society for Clinical Pathology's Technologist in Chemistry professional certification. You'll be expected to answer 100 multiple-choice questions that are broken up into seven subtests (General Chemistry; Proteins and Enzymes; Acid-Base, Blood Gases and Electrolytes; Hormones and Vitamins; Toxicology and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring; Instrumentation and Analytical Techniques; Laboratory Operations). The exam is administered in a computer adaptive testing format, and the exam duration is 2 hours and 30 minutes.
C (ASCP) Technologist in Chemistry Test Preparation & Registration
This course makes your studying experience convenient and flexible. Use any Internet-connected device to access the course, and review the material whenever you have free time in your schedule. These short video lessons highlight key terms and concepts, and they come with printable transcripts that you can study offline. Submit questions to our instructors if you need any extra help, and be sure to take the included chapter exams to reinforce your understanding of the material. When you're finished working through the course, take the final assessment to make sure you're ready to sit for the C (ASCP) exam.
There are 5 eligibility routes for this particular exam. The routes generally involve having a combination of academic degrees and clinical laboratory experience. To make sure you satisfy specific eligibility requirements, check the official ASCP website. To apply for the exam, you'll need to create an ASCP account, complete the online registration process, submit transcripts and pay applicable testing fees.
The C (ASCP) Technologist in Chemistry exam is a registered trademark of the American Society for Clinical Pathology, which is not affiliated with Study.com.
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