At the top of this page, you will find a button that enables you to access the full ASE A2 practice test. Additionally, we have provided comprehensive practice exams for the ASE A2 further down the page. By working through these tests, you should be able to determine your strong points, pinpoint areas needing more focus, and ascertain your proficiencies. 

To aid in your targeted preparation, we offer specialized quizzes that focus on specific areas of the ASE A2, allowing you to intensively practice questions in the areas that require the most attention.

ASE A2 Domain Exams

The ASE A1 Engine Repair exam is structured to assess the knowledge and skills relevant to engine repair in automotive service. It’s important to note that while I can provide a breakdown based on typical content areas and their respective weightings, the exact number of questions and their distribution can vary slightly from one exam version to another. 

Here’s a general breakdown of the exam domains:

ASE A2 General Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis Practice Exam

  • Percentage of the exam: 50%
  • Exam focus: This section typically includes questions related to the diagnosis of transmission/transaxle concerns, noise, and fluid-related issues. It tests the ability to interpret symptoms and understand the underlying mechanical, electrical, or hydraulic faults.
    1. Mechanical/Hydraulic Systems (11 questions)
    2. Electronic Systems (14 questions)

Welcome to your ASE A2 General Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis Practice Exam

ASE A2 In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Maintenance and Repair Practice Exam

  • Percentage of the exam: 24%
  • Exam focus: This domain focuses on tasks performed without removing the transmission from the vehicle. It includes maintenance procedures, minor repairs, adjustments, and inspections. The questions assess knowledge of routine service procedures and the ability to perform in-vehicle repairs and adjustments.

Welcome to your ASE A2 In Vehicle Transmission or Transaxle Maintenance and Repair Practice Exam

ASE A2 Off-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair Practice Exam

  • Percentage of the exam: 26%
  • Exam focus: This is usually the most heavily weighted section. It involves detailed questions on the complete overhaul and repair of transmissions and transaxles once they have been removed from the vehicle. Topics include disassembly, inspection, repair, and reassembly of all transmission/transaxle components.
    1. Removal and Installation (4 questions) 
    2. Disassembly and Assembly (5 questions) 
    3. Friction and Reaction Units (4 questions)

Welcome to your ASE A2 Off Vehicle Transmission or Transaxle Repair Practice Exam

Content areaQuestions in testPercentage of test 
A. General Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis:   
1. Mechanical/Hydraulic Systems (11)
2. Electronic Systems (14)
B. In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Maintenance and Repair1224%
C. Off-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair:  
1. Removal and Installation (4) 
2. Disassembly and Assembly (5) 
3. Friction and Reaction Units (4)
  • Number of Questions: The ASE A2 exam typically comprises around 50-60 multiple-choice questions. However, the exact number can vary.
  • Time Limit: Test-takers usually have 1.5 to 2 hours to complete the exam.
  • Prerequisites: ASE recommends that test-takers have 2 years of on-the-job training or a combination of formal training and experience.
  • Certification Validity: ASE certifications are generally valid for five years, after which technicians must retake the test to maintain their certification.
  • Preparation: It’s advisable to study from ASE study guides and practice exams. Understanding the theory and having hands-on experience are both crucial. Familiarity with diagnostic equipment, repair manuals, and actual hands-on experience is crucial for success.
  • Registration and Cost: You need to register for the exam through the ASE website, and there is a fee for taking the test.
  • Passing Score: ASE exams are scored on a scale, and a passing score is determined by a national panel of automotive industry experts.
  • Recertification: ASE certification is valid for five years, after which technicians must retest to maintain their certification.

It’s always a good idea to refer to the latest ASE study guides and official materials for the most current and detailed information regarding exam content and structure.

ASE A2 Exam Breakdown

The ASE A2 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle exam covers various aspects of automatic transmission and transaxle systems, including diagnosis, maintenance, and in-vehicle and off-vehicle repair.

  • General Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis: This section tests your ability to diagnose issues with the transmission or transaxle. It includes understanding fault codes, identifying problems with components like shift valves, torque converters, and transmission pumps, and using appropriate diagnostic techniques.
  • Transmission/Transaxle Maintenance and Adjustment: In this part, you’ll be assessed on your knowledge of routine maintenance and adjustments needed for proper transmission operation. This can include fluid checks, filter replacement, and adjustments to various components.
  • In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair: Here, the focus is on your skills in repairing transmission components without removing the transmission from the vehicle. This could involve working on parts that are accessible while the transmission is installed in the vehicle.
  • Off-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair: This section deals with the repair of transmission components that require the transmission to be removed from the vehicle. It tests your ability to disassemble, repair, and reassemble the transmission or transaxle.

How to be ASE A2 Certified

Becoming ASE A2 certified involves a series of steps that focus on preparing for and passing the relevant ASE exams, along with fulfilling work experience requirements. 

Here’s a detailed guide to achieving ASE A2 certification:

  • Determine Your Specialty: ASE A2 certification is specific to Automatic Transmissions/Transaxles. You should choose this specialty if it aligns with your career goals and interests in the automotive field.
  • Gain Relevant Work Experience: To be eligible for ASE certification, you typically need a combination of formal education and work experience. For most ASE certifications, including A2, you’ll need two years of on-the-job experience, although this can be reduced with formal automotive training.
  • Obtain Study Materials: ASE provides official study guides and practice tests for each specialty, including A2. These materials can be purchased directly from the ASE website or authorized retailers.
  • Study and Prepare: Dedicate time to studying the materials and practicing with sample questions. You might also consider enrolling in an ASE test preparation course or using online resources and study groups.
  • Find a Test Center and Schedule Your Exam: ASE partners with Prometric for in-person testing at various test centers across the United States. You need to schedule your exam within 90 days of registering for it.
  • Take the Exam: The exams are computer-based, consisting of multiple-choice questions. Make sure to arrive early, bring the required identification, and be prepared for the specific time limit of your test.
  • Complete Your Work Experience: Along with passing the test, you need relevant hands-on work experience. You’ll have to submit a work experience form, which will be verified by ASE before your certification is issued.
  • Maintain Your Certification: ASE certifications are not permanent. To keep your certification current, you must retest every five years. Continuous education and staying updated with industry advancements are also important.

Our Experience Teaching ASE A2 Candidates To Pass The Exam

Teaching for the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A2 Certification, particularly from a lecturer’s perspective, involves a blend of theoretical knowledge and practical skill development, tailored to the demands of the automotive repair industry. 

Creating ASE A2 practice exams has presented its fair share of challenges and rewarding opportunities. Our teaching journey at Career Employer in this field has been shaped by the exam’s wide scope, and the divergent student needs, all aiming at exam success. 

Here are several key considerations:

  • Curriculum Design: The curriculum must be meticulously designed to cover all necessary topics for the A2 certification, which focuses on automatic transmissions transaxles. This includes understanding the design, function, diagnosis, and repair of these systems.
  • Balancing Theory and Practice: While theoretical knowledge is crucial for foundational understanding, practical application is key in this field. A lecturer must therefore ensure that students get ample hands-on experience with automotive components and diagnostic tools.
  • Staying Updated with Industry Standards: The automotive industry is constantly evolving with new technologies. A lecturer must stay abreast of these changes to ensure the course material remains relevant and up-to-date.
  • Assessment and Feedback: Effective teaching involves assessing students through both theoretical exams and practical tests. Providing constructive feedback is vital for helping students understand their strengths and areas for improvement.
  • Encouraging Critical Thinking and Problem-Solving: Since diagnosing automotive issues is a critical skill, we focus on developing students’ problem-solving abilities and critical thinking.
  • Safety and Ethics: Emphasizing the importance of safety in the workshop and ethical practices in the industry is a crucial part of the teaching process.
  • Career Guidance: Providing students with guidance on career paths and opportunities in the automotive industry can be a valuable part of the educational experience.
  • Encouraging Problem-Solving Skills: ASE certification is not just about knowing the right procedures; it’s also about diagnosing and solving problems. Lecturers should encourage critical thinking and problem-solving skills through case studies, troubleshooting exercises, and real-world scenarios.
  • Preparing for the Certification Exam: Finally, the lecturer must prepare students for the ASE A2 certification exam. This involves not only covering the relevant content but also familiarizing students with the format and types of questions they can expect in the exam.
  • Engaging and Motivating Students: Lastly, a lecturer needs to keep the material engaging and relevant to maintain student interest and motivation, which is crucial for effective learning and retention.

Our committed Career Employer team has carefully developed this practice test for the ASE A2 certification. Drawing from their extensive expertise and familiarity with the ASE A2 exam preparation, our team has assisted over a thousand auto technicians in successfully passing the official ASE A2 certification exam. 

Comprising seasoned mechanics, each with over a decade of specialized experience, our team brings a wealth of knowledge to this endeavor. We offer multiple variants of the practice exam, each designed to cater to different needs and learning styles.

Effective Study Strategies and Methods

To effectively prepare for the ASE A2 exam, here are some recommended strategies and resources:

  • Exam Registration and Scheduling: Choose your exam dates wisely, considering the four specific registration windows throughout the year. Make sure to register for the exam during these windows and plan your study schedule accordingly​​.
  • Choose the Right Tests and Ensure Adequate Experience: Before registering for the ASE A2 or any other ASE test, ensure you have the necessary experience. This typically includes at least two years of on-the-job training or a combination of one year of on-the-job training and a two-year degree. Select tests that align with your career goals and expertise​​.
  • Early and Consistent Preparation: Start your test preparation early to avoid feeling overwhelmed as the test day approaches. A slow and steady study routine is more effective than cramming. Breaking up study time into smaller segments allows for better retention and understanding of the material​​.
  • Utilize Practice Tests and Diagnostic Tools: Practice tests can help pinpoint areas of strength and weakness. For example, the ASE A2 Automatic Transmission Practice Test on offers a range of questions that cover different aspects of the test, including diagnostic charts for identifying automatic transmission issues​​.
  • Memory and Study Techniques: Taking notes and rephrasing difficult terms in your own words can enhance memory retention. Using multiple senses during study sessions, such as speaking out loud, can also be beneficial. It’s also recommended to study as if you have to teach the material to someone else​​.
  • Study Resources and Guides: Websites like and AVI OnDemand offer comprehensive study guides and resources. AVI’s A2 Test Prep Study Guide, for instance, provides in-depth coverage of automatic transmission and transaxle repair, including general diagnosis, in-vehicle maintenance, and repair, complete with diagrams and practice quizzes​​.
  • Test Format Familiarity: Familiarize yourself with the format of the ASE A2 exam. The exam is computer-based and multiple-choice, covering various aspects of automotive repair. Understanding the format can help in better preparation and managing time during the exam​​.
  • Study Schedule: Set a regular study schedule in a quiet place with all necessary study materials on hand. Research any unclear concepts thoroughly instead of skipping them. This helps in building a strong foundation for the exam​​.
  • Watch Educational Videos: Several helpful videos on YouTube can aid in your understanding of automatic transmissions. These include explanations of how automatic transmissions work, specific ASE A2 exam help, and even detailed guides on rebuilding transmissions. For instance:
  • Refer to ASE A2 Specific Practice Tests: Websites like Free ASE Study Guides offer practice tests specifically for the A2 exam. These tests can be a great way to gauge your understanding and readiness for the actual exam.
  • Study Comprehensive ASE Test Preparation Books: There are comprehensive series designed to prepare technicians for every ASE test, including the A2 exam. These books provide in-depth knowledge and practice questions.
  • Join Online Forums and Communities: Engaging in forums and online communities can provide additional insights, tips, and support from peers and professionals who have taken the ASE A2 exam.
  • Early and Consistent Preparation: Starting your preparation early and studying consistently over time can significantly improve your performance on the test day.
  • Understand the Test Content: The ASE A2 test primarily focuses on the electromechanical aspects of transmissions. It’s crucial to have a solid understanding of these concepts.
  • Practice Tests: Taking practice tests is a great way to familiarize yourself with the format and types of questions you’ll encounter. According to a Reddit thread on Tips For ASE Tests, practicing with free tests available online and aiming for a 100% score can be very beneficial. These practice tests often use similar questions to the actual exam.
  • Study Guides: Consider purchasing study guides like the Delmar study guide, which has been recommended by individuals who have passed the test. These guides often provide comprehensive coverage of the topics you’ll need to know.
  • Back to Basics: Even if you work in the field every day, it’s important to revisit the basics. As suggested on Vehicle Service Pros, a thorough understanding of fundamental concepts is crucial for success in the ASE A2 exam.

Remember, a combination of theoretical knowledge and practical understanding is crucial for success in the ASE A2 exam. Utilizing a variety of resources and study methods can enhance your preparation and confidence.


The cost of the ASE A2 Board Certification exam, including all associated fees, can be broken down as follows:

Fee TypeAmountDetails
Registration Fee$34Required with each order
Test Fee (A2 and others)$53Per test for most certification tests
Advanced Level Test Fee$106For L1, L2, L3, L4 tests
Recertification Test Fee$53 – 106Varies by test type
ASE Renewal App$48/yearFor A1-A9 certifications
Non-Certification Test Fee$53For tests like BMW assessments
  • Registration Fee: A $34 registration fee is required with each order, regardless of the number of tests you purchase.
  • Test Fees:
    • The fee for most certification tests, including the A2 Automatic Transmission/Transaxle exam, is $53 per test.
    • For advanced level tests (L1, L2, L3, and L4), the fee is $106 each.
  • Recertification Test Fees:
    • The registration fee for recertification tests is also $34.
    • The cost for most recertification tests is $53 each, and for advanced level recertification tests (L1R, L2R, and L3R), it’s USD 106 each.
    • There is a cap on the cost of recertification tests at $159, meaning the maximum you would pay for recertification in a single order is USD 193, regardless of the number of tests.
  • ASE Renewal App: For those certified in A1-A9, there is an option to subscribe to the ASE Renewal App for $48/year. This app sends one question per area per month to your mobile device, allowing you to recertify and keep your credentials current.
  • Sales Tax: ASE is required to collect sales tax on applicable purchases in several states.
  • Non-Certification Test Fees: There are also fees for non-certification tests like the BMW Associate Assessment Test, which are $53 each.
  • Study and Training Costs: The costs for study materials and training courses can vary widely depending on the provider and the type of materials or courses you choose. ASE offers test prep and training resources, but the costs for these are not specified on their website.
  • Post-Exam Fees: Any additional post-exam fees are not explicitly mentioned, so it’s advisable to check with ASE or the testing center for any such costs.

Please note that the costs for study materials, training courses, and any additional fees may vary and should be confirmed with the respective providers.

Reliable Study Materials and Resources

To prepare for the ASE A2 certification exam, several online resources can be extremely helpful. They include: 

  • Motor Age Training’s ASE A2 Study Guide and Practice Test: This resource provides comprehensive knowledge and practice for the ASE automatic transmission certification exam. It includes the A2 certification task list, covering topics that technicians will be tested on. The guide is filled with easy-to-read text, and useful illustrations, and serves as a handy reference manual for real-life applications. Topics covered include General Transmission/Transaxle Diagnosis, Transmission/Transaxle Maintenance and Adjustment, In-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair, and Off-Vehicle Transmission/Transaxle Repair. 
  • ASE Study Guides – Automotive Service Excellence: This official ASE resource offers a range of study guides for different ASE certification exams, including the A2 exam. These guides are tailored to help technicians prepare effectively for their certification tests. 
  • ASE Test Preparation and Study Guide by Pearson: Pearson offers a detailed ASE test preparation and study guide, which is a valuable resource for those preparing for the A2 exam. This guide provides in-depth material and practice questions to enhance your understanding and readiness for the exam. 
  • ASE A2 Test Prep Study Guide by AVI OnDemand: This is another excellent resource for preparing for the ASE A2 exam, offering a comprehensive study guide that covers all necessary topics and provides practical tips for the exam. 
  • Pocket Prep: This platform offers exam preparation for various professional tests, including ASE certifications. While I couldn’t find specific details for the ASE A2 exam on their website, they do have a comprehensive range of exam prep resources that might be useful for your studies.
  • This site offers a detailed ASE A2 Practice Test Kit. It includes features like study mode options, preparation by section, easy-read questions, flexible testing, instant scoring, testing tips, and more. They also offer a 100% pass guarantee and claim to be used by colleges and universities for certification exam preparation. 
  • ASE Test Prep ( This site offers comprehensive ASE certification practice tests. It’s a resource for both students and technicians and includes a wide range of study materials and practice tests. They also provide tools for educators and automotive schools. 
  • AVI OnDemand: AVI offers online ASE Test Prep courses packed with information and hands-on procedures based on the ASE Task Lists. Their courses include practice quizzes and tests, test-taking tips, and other valuable resources. Their A2 Test Prep focuses specifically on diagnostics, a critical part of the A2 exam.
  • Free ASE Study Guides: This site offers free practice tests and study guides for the ASE A2 exam. The format and style of the questions are similar to the actual ASE exam, providing a realistic practice experience. 
  • ASE Certification Training HQ: This site recommends various study guides, including Motor Age ASE Test Preparation, ASE Test Prep and Study Guide, and Guide to the Automobile Certification Examination. These guides cover a wide range of topics necessary for the ASE A2 exam. 

Each of these resources offers a unique approach to preparing for the ASE A2 certification exam, ranging from practice tests to comprehensive study guides. It’s a good idea to explore a few of these options to find the one that best suits your learning style and needs.

Tips for Exam Day

Preparing effectively for the ASE A2 exam is crucial for success. Here are some key tips:

  • Rest Well Before the Exam: Ensure you get a good night’s sleep before the exam day. Being well-rested helps in maintaining focus and reduces stress.
  • Healthy Breakfast: Eat a nutritious breakfast. Avoid heavy foods that might make you drowsy and stay hydrated, but not to the point where frequent bathroom breaks become a distraction.
  • Arrive Early: Plan to arrive at the exam center early. This gives you time to settle down and reduces anxiety caused by rushing or fear of being late.
  • Bring Necessary Items: Make sure you have all necessary items such as your admission ticket, photo ID, and any allowed materials. Check the exam guidelines for what’s permitted and what’s not.
  • Familiarize Yourself with the Test Format: Knowing the format of the ASE A2 exam can greatly reduce test anxiety. Understand the types of questions (multiple choice, etc.), the number of questions, and the time allotted for the exam.
  • Read Questions Carefully: Take the time to carefully read each question and understand what is being asked before answering. Look out for keywords and be cautious of any absolutes (like “always” or “never”).
  • Manage Your Time Wisely: Keep an eye on the time but don’t rush. Allocate your time in such a way that you can attempt all questions. If you’re stuck on a question, move on and come back to it later if time permits.
  • Use Elimination Strategy: For multiple-choice questions, eliminate the most obviously incorrect answers first. This increases your chances if you need to make an educated guess.
  • Stay Calm and Focused: If you feel anxious during the exam, take a few deep breaths to calm yourself. Stay focused on the questions instead of worrying about the outcome.
  • Review Your Answers: If time allows, review your answers, especially those you were unsure about. However, don’t second-guess yourself too much; often, your first choice is the right one.
  • Post-Exam Review: After the exam, it’s helpful to jot down topics you found challenging. This can be useful for future reference or if you need to retake the exam.

Remember, thorough preparation and understanding of the test material are key to passing the ASE A2 exam. Utilize these resources and tips to guide your study process and increase your confidence on exam day.

Post-Exam: Next Steps

After you have taken the ASE (Automotive Service Excellence) A2 exam, which focuses on Automatic Transmission/Transaxle, there are several steps you should consider:

  • Wait for Results: ASE typically provides test results within a few weeks of taking the exam. During this time, you can’t do much but wait patiently.
  • Review Your Score Report: Once you receive your scores, carefully review the report. It will not only show whether you’ve passed or failed but also provide feedback on areas of strength and those needing improvement.
  • Certification: If you pass, congratulations! You will receive an ASE certification, which is a significant achievement in the automotive industry. This certification is valid for five years.
  • Plan for Recertification: Keep in mind that ASE certifications expire after five years. Plan ahead for recertification to ensure you maintain your ASE-certified status. This may involve staying updated with new technologies and techniques in the field.
  • Reflect and Learn: Whether you pass or not, use the experience to learn. If you did not pass, review the areas where you need improvement and consider additional study or practical experience.
  • Additional Certifications: If you have passed the A2 exam and are interested in further enhancing your credentials, consider preparing for other ASE certification exams that align with your career goals.
  • Update Your Resume: Add your new ASE certification to your resume. This can open up better job opportunities and potentially lead to higher pay.
  • Stay Informed: Keep up with industry trends and technological advancements. Continuous learning is key in the automotive field.
  • Network: Engage with other professionals in the field. Joining forums, attending workshops, and being part of professional groups can provide valuable insights and opportunities.
  • Practical Application: Apply your knowledge and skills in your current job or seek opportunities that allow you to utilize your new qualifications.
  • Explore In-Depth Study Materials: Motor Age Training provides comprehensive study guides and practice tests for the ASE A2 Automatic Transmission exam. These guides delve into various aspects of transmission/transaxle diagnosis and repair. Using such materials as a reference can provide a deeper understanding of the topics covered in the exam and practical applications in your work​​.
  • Stay Informed About ASE Testing Windows: It’s crucial to be aware of the ASE testing windows if you plan to take more ASE certification exams in the future. There are specific registration periods throughout the year, and understanding these timelines can help you plan your study and exam schedule effectively. Additionally, if you’re aiming for recertification, knowing the cost caps and registration process can aid in budgeting and planning​​.
  • Engage in Online Forums and Discussions: Participating in online forums and discussions related to ASE certification can be beneficial. It allows you to connect with peers and experts, share experiences, seek advice, and stay updated on the latest trends and best practices in the field. Platforms like the student and parent forum on PrepScholar may offer opportunities to engage with a community of professionals and enthusiasts who are also navigating certification processes​​.

Remember, ongoing learning and staying engaged with professional communities are key to mastering your skills and staying updated in the automotive industry. These post-exam strategies can help solidify your knowledge and prepare you for future challenges and opportunities in your career.


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