How to prepare for the ServSafe exam
First thing to do is sign up for a Food Manager’s Safety ServSafe course. At Westchester Food Safety we are dedicated to our clients/students, so you have come to the right place. For just $265.00 you get 8 hours of study, which is state of the art. Every client signing up for any course gets a study guide which needs to be studied prior to the course. In addition here are some suggestions that can help aid you in your future course and examination.
Remember: The ServSafe Manager exam is given in a proctored environment and has 90 multiple choice questions. You are required to score 75% or better on the exam to receive certification. There is a 2-hour time limit on the exam.
Study everything you can before the test, everything related to Servsafe can benefit you. Feel free to take online course from a reputable Servsafe provider. Visits links online such as: https://quizlet.com/1857664/servsafe-practice-test-flash-cards/
Some tips: Show up on time for your course, sit up front. Listen and ask questions. Write down things that your instructor mentions of importance. Focus on subject matter which isn’t related to your expertise. For example if you sell Ice cream, focus on questions related to Fish, etc. Remember to relax, don’t stress yourself. If you have one month to take the exam spend about 30 minutes to 1 hour a day studying and reviewing the material given by your instructor/proctor. At Westchester Food Safety we encourage our clients/students to be prepared.
Take practice exams, as many as possible. Do a search online there are tons out there. As part of our student preparation Westchester Food Safety sends a practice exam with answers to be done completed prior to the course and examination.
Study the Servsafe glossary guide: http://elearning.servsafe.com/Content/SSMCT6/assets/en/pdf/SS6E_Glossary.pdf
Remember when taking the exam don’t rush. Answer all questions. When in doubt Mark for review. You will have a chance to rethink and recheck your answers. Never ever leave any questions unmarked or unanswered.
Breathe and don’t forget to get some rest the night before and eating something on your break before the test may help you. Taking an exam on an empty exam isn’t helpful.
At Westchester Food Safety we value our clients. It has become quite clear that a majority of the people who unfortunately don’t pass, often don’t take the course, exam serious. Studying before the course is key! At Westchester Food Safety we give you a really well-structured pdf book which covers all areas. This study guide and others are to be taken seriously.
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