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Books for BSCM


By Anonymous - Posted on 18 May 2012

Hi All
I am preparing for basic supply chain management exam. What books/guides should I buy?
How good are the study guides ??

Should I buy the study guides or the study notes?

Thanks,
Bhanu Chander
 

You don’t need any study guide for the first paper. ..Just read Tony Arnold …that is more than sufficient
Just to give you an idea about participant workshop and study notes

participant workshop usually contains all the areas covered in exam
the guide is usually meant to be used in a class room…not for self study…

I have not attended any class room but still found these guide books quite worthy (for DSP & ECO)..

Study notes are written more like books and quite interesting to read but they don’t cover all the areas asked in the exam.

 

i am started studying from basics of supply chain management reprints and i am kind of lost!!

i am not sure if i am doing the right thing, my exam is in one month!

One month of preparation should be sufficient to clear BSCM
Reprint is good but I would suggest you to go through Tony Arnold..you can skip the chapter on product & process design..rest are necessary..

best of luck for your exam
 

Dear Abhik,

I have planned to appear for BSCM by studying only Material Management by Tony Arnold,will this book would be sufficient for preparation??? and also at a later stage i would be going for online sample exams. Also I don't have much time as my exam is on 12th of next month Please advise.

Many Thanks
Amit

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