- Please note we will no longer be offering on-site courses during the winter. If you wish to take an onsite course you will need to register for a summer class.
- Ideally you would begin studying about 6 months in advance. The course gives you the focus and direction needed to streamline your studying process.
- Don't wait to hear if you have been accepted to take the exam because in most states acceptance letters typically come out 2 to 4 weeks before the exam. Plan ahead.
- Winter, 2020 ASBOG® exam review courses have been posted! Sign up early to secure a seat.
- ASBOG ® Candidate Handbook revised, 2016
For more information go to What's New.
Does REG REVIEW have direct experience with the ASBOG® exam?
In anticipation of the State of California adopting the ASBOG® exam in 2000, we took the ASBOG® exam to analyze the
content, the approach, the emphasis, and the emotional well being of the examinees in order to be sure the information we taught and the materials
we sold were applicable to the exam. We later hired as an instructor a student of ours who passed the ASBOG® exam immediately after taking our
course. Unlike some of our competitors, we feel it is unethical to represent that we know something about an exam we have never seen.
When should I begin to study?
In a perfect world you would begin studying at least 6 months in advance of the exam. If you have a lot of free
time it can be accomplished in a couple of months but for people with normal jobs (10-12+ hours a day) and particularly if travel is involved
it is recommended you allow at least 6 months. Of particular concern is the summer because it is peak field season for many parts of the country.
What are your pass rates as compared to the national pass rate?
The pass rates of our students for both the exams have never been less about 20 to 25% higher than the national
pass rates, and sometimes as high as 99% passing. Average national pass rate since 2000 for the FG is 62% while the
average pass rate of our students was 85%. The average national pass rate since 2000 for the PG is 74% while the
average pass rate of our students was 89%
Do you offer Continuing Educations Units (CEU's)?
No but we will provide upon request Proof of Attendance certificates that will describe the date and hours of attendance. These certificates are
usually adequate for state requirements for continuing education. Most states will accept hour for hour value for continuing education requirements
for maintaining your license while others require CEU Certificates. Check with your state.