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Thomson Delmar Learning Re-Launched ASE Test Prep Web Site

With technicians across the country preparing to take ASE exams, educational resource firm, Thomas Delmar Learning has re-launched www.ATCChallenge.com, its online automotive ASE test prep course. Delmar Learning has made improvements to the site, updating it with the latest ASE task lists.

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ALBANY, NY — With technicians across the country preparing to take ASE exams, educational resource firm, Thomas Delmar Learning has re-launched www.ATCChallenge.com, its online automotive ASE test prep course. Delmar Learning has made improvements to the site, updating it with the latest ASE task lists.

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The updated content for ATCChallenge.com includes courses for the most popular ASE exams: Automobile (A1-A8); Advance Engine Performance Specialist (L1); Exhaust Systems (X1); and Parts Specialist (P2). More than 90,000 technicians and parts specialist register for at least one of these exams during each ASE testing period (twice a year), and close to 42 percent of all registrants signed up for the exams online.

“We know technicians and parts specialists are using the Internet, both at work and at home,” said Tim Waters, product development manager for Thomson Delmar Learning. “It’s a natural fit for them to prepare for the ASE exams online using some of the best content available.”

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ATCChallenge.com offers users comprehensive, interactive and easy-to-use courses. Each program contains a Spanish/English dictionary, three different study options, complete ASE Task List, detailed reports and feedback, as well as a number of testing resource links.

For more information visit: www.atcchallenge.com.

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