The Creation of Advanced Level ASE Tests
Thank You for the Insight, I for one appreciate the time you took to show us the inner workings.
Hi Jeff. Great job and nothing less than I'd expect from you my friend! I fully concur with your description and experiences, as being accurate and fair representations. Having been one of "those" people myself, circa … for the ASE A3 Manual Drive train, A7 HVAC and AYES workshops in the presence of David Milne and John Tisdale and others, my experiences very closely mirror yours. Every
Martin, I think you just provided the next installment.... :) but as always, well said!
Hi Tim. Lengthy for sure, but not a single PowerPoint slides or bullet point was harmed in the process! VBG (an inside Jeffie joke) There is a reason why I related my own experiences in detail as I recall them, before Jeff posts his next segment. Even though it is a heavy overhaul of an advanced test, I expect to see a report that is quite similar in overall format. However, in the past 20
Thank you Martin. I have always appreciated the depth that you bring to the discussion. I still recall on iATN where Carl Rader (may he rest in peace) commented on my brevity in writing style by saying, “Jeff’s no Hemingway.” I loved that. (; Happy New Year friend