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The CSWA exam is part of the SolidWorks Certification repertoire and is primarily meant for students who want to differentiate themselves from the pack. The exam touches on basic to intermediate concepts that can difficult to pass without the proper preparation.

The Exam features hands-on challenges in many of these areas:

  • Sketch entities – lines, rectangles, circles, arcs, ellipses, centerlines
  • Sketch tools – offset, convert, trim
  • Sketch relations
  • Boss and cut features – extrudes, revolves, sweeps, lofts
  • Fillets and chamfers
  • Linear, circular, and fill patterns
  • Dimensions
  • Feature conditions – start and end
  • Mass properties
  • Materials
  • Inserting components
  • Standard mates – coincident, parallel, perpendicular, tangent, concentric, distance, angle
  • Reference geometry – planes, axis, mate references
  • Drawing views
  • Annotations

We have just uploaded our own CSWA practice exam. The practice exam covers virtually every modeling concept in the CSWA. So if you can pass ours, the CSWA should be a breeze. You can download the sample exam, for free, below:

More information on the CSWA can be found at SolidWorks Certification

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