CSCS Study Guide and Review
Studying for the NSCA CSCS Exam in 2020? Congratulations, and welcome to CSCS Test Prep. I have been helping people pass the CSCS exam since 2012.
I think you will agree with me when I say:
“You want to be prepared to pass the Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) exam on your first attempt.”
I’m also fairly certain that you have much better things to do with your money than retake the CSCS exam, and for this reason, I have created CSCSTestPrep.com, and the NSCA CSCS Examination Review and Study Guide.
At CSCS Test Prep you can find everything you need to help you earn your NSCA CSCS credential. I will provide examination content review, practice questions, and recommend study guides to help you succeed. If you do not know what to do next, please click a link below so I can begin to help you.
- How do I prepare for the CSCS Exam?
- What’s the best way to Study?
- Where can I find Study Guides?
- Where can I find Practice Questions?
- What if I already failed the CSCS Exam?
While an exercise science related degree provides the ideal background from which a candidate may begin to prepare for the CSCS exam, a significant amount of candidates pass the exam from non exercise related backgrounds. Luckily, the CSCS exam has an official reference text from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning is the preparation text for the CSCS exam.
If you have not done so already, please obtain and read this text. Let me be clear, for most candidates, regardless of academic background, it would be unwise to sit for this exam without first reading Essentials of Strength Training and Conditioning.
To learn more about this text, please click here.
Please see the FAQ for answers to common questions about the CSCS.
Best of luck to all the test takers,
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