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Hi All,

I had completed my SAS Base exam. Now i am preparing Clinical SAS exam. Could you please guide me which book i can prefer for study. 

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Use this one, I passed the Clinical SAS exam with this book, and it is the official book listed for that exam also.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/1629597511

Exam requirement: http://support.sas.com/certify/creds/ct.html#s1=3

There are 5 parts you need to learn:

SAS Programming 1 ans 2, Macro, ANOVA and Regression, and Report Writing 1.

Bill

Thanks Xi Chen,

Could you please connect with me through linkedin https://www.linkedin.com/in/om-mishra-sas-certified-3387a4b7

I gone through this link. I found so many books. Could you please let me know specific book name and writer name. So I can order.

Thanks

Where is the link? Well, generally speaking, if you can use the material from SAS training (books, video courses, or live training), that will be great. I didn't see the link you mentioned, but just make sure that SAS is still testing the SAS programing. I encountered the similar situation too, there are a lot of books and I couldn't know which one is useful, so I borrowed several ones that introduce a lot of clinical trial background, which is out of scope. Since only about 10% of the test is about the actual clinical trial. Hope this will help. 

Here is my linkedin account, I couldn't figure out how to connect with you: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billchenxi


I  already connected with you. This is my linkedin link https://www.linkedin.com/in/om-mishra-sas-certified-3387a4b7. You can share with me all ( vidoes, books) in my email id [email protected]
Xi Chen said:

Where is the link? Well, generally speaking, if you can use the material from SAS training (books, video courses, or live training), that will be great. I didn't see the link you mentioned, but just make sure that SAS is still testing the SAS programing. I encountered the similar situation too, there are a lot of books and I couldn't know which one is useful, so I borrowed several ones that introduce a lot of clinical trial background, which is out of scope. Since only about 10% of the test is about the actual clinical trial. Hope this will help. 

Here is my linkedin account, I couldn't figure out how to connect with you: https://www.linkedin.com/in/billchenxi

I didn't take any of those, I only read some generic book on clinical trial, but I don't feel it helped. Because it is too detailed. Like books from the library. The only thing I bought is the Report Writing book, which cost $99, which is paperback. Hope that will help.

Also there's some courses not organized by SAS is cheaper, you might consider about it. I didn't use them at all. 

Do you have some specific videos or notes, that help me to learn more about clinical programming.

Xi Chen said:

I didn't take any of those, I only read some generic book on clinical trial, but I don't feel it helped. Because it is too detailed. Like books from the library. The only thing I bought is the Report Writing book, which cost $99, which is paperback. Hope that will help.

Also there's some courses not organized by SAS is cheaper, you might consider about it. I didn't use them at all. 

Here are some great SAS resources to help you get prepared for the exam. These include a book list, a practice exam, white papers, and training.

The following books are recommended:

Thanks Regina. If you don't mind. Shall I ask you one question.

Do you any kind of notes or some particular videos from there I can learn easily "Clinical SAS programming"

Thanks

Om

Regina T said:

Here are some great SAS resources to help you get prepared for the exam. These include a book list, a practice exam, white papers, and training.

The following books are recommended:

Thanks Regina. If you don't mind. Shall I ask you one question.

Do you any kind of notes or some particular videos from there I can learn easily "Clinical SAS programming"

There isn't a shortcut to learning Clinical SAS Programming. You have to study various resources until you feel comfortable with it. The practice test will help gauge your preparedness for the exam. Good luck! 

SAS is a software suite developed by SAS Institute for advanced analytics, multivariate analyses, business intelligence, data management, and predictive analytics. Nowadays demand of SAS programmer increase day by day.

Hi, mishra

actually i am also recently completed my SAS Base Exam and my suggestion is you go through,SAS Clinical Programming in 18 essay steps by Y. Lakshmi Prasda

for more information ,visit: TekSlate

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