C71u—HTSUS Classification Gap Analysis Skill Evaluation/Certification (Single Assessment)

Subscriber price: $40.00, Non-subscriber price: $55.00
Estimated total study time: 3 hours 17 minutes [Enroll now]

This assessment-only single use course consists of a 3-hour classification gap analysis skill evaluation. This assessment has been developed to help determine the level of classification experience of the individual. It can be used as a benchmark for future training efforts to be decided or measured against as necessary, or a certification in classification can be issued separately upon receipt of a passing grade. There will be no feedback given during this exam other than a correct or incorrect answer.

Students taking this assessment must have prior classification knowledge or have taken C6u—U.S. Customs Tariff (HTSUS) Classification Basics.

Scoring:

A report is available that will specify areas where improvement is needed or if a certificate of achievement is in order.

This test does not reveal the correct answers and it does not provide feedback. It will simply advise whether an answer was correct or incorrect. Supervisors or administrators can request a report with the correct answers to review with exam participants.

Administrators or supervisors may contact us to set up either the HTSUS score by category or specific exam results for review: staff@gistnet.com or 310-376-3888.

HTSUS Chapters covered in this exam include 7, 21, 22, 29, 33, 39, 40, 44, 52, 58, 61, 62, 64, 65, 67, 68, 70, 72, 82, 84, 85, 87, 91, 95, 96, 97, 98, and 99.

Categories include: Level 1 named articles, Level 2 includes classifications with HTS notes, Level 3 products with multiple classifications, and/or special classifications.

Issues covered include:

HTSUS Classification Skill Evaluation

This is a SINGLE USE, non-refundable assessment for evaluating in detail the level of HTSUS Classification understanding. Individuals must have three hours to take this test uninterrupted and without distractions.

IMPORTANT: You must read the Instructions for Using Assessments. These instructions provide you with the information you need to properly answer these fill-in-the-blank questions.

There are three levels of questions:

  1. Questions consisting of classification applicable to the first General Rule of Interpretation, named articles.
  2. Questions include named articles and items that require reading notes, those with Special Program Indicators such as for trade agreements or those with associated document and information requirements (i.e. footwear, chemicals, steel, textiles), as well as classifications applicable to General Rule of Interpretation 2 and 3.
  3. Questions cover special and complex classifications such as sets, watches, chapter 98 & 99 and quota. Also covered will be classifications that are covered by General Rule of Interpretation 4 and 5.

(Estimated study time: 3 hours 17 minutes)