Take a look at the CRC exam breakdown on the website. It tells you exactly what subjects are covered and how many questions there are for each one.Are there just some questions that are just on medical terminology/anatomy? I'm wondering how much time to spend on studying that again. Thanks.
No you don't have to memorize all HCC categories/scores. Nobody could memorize all that. In reference to the poster who asked about terminology/anatomy questions, there are a handful.Does the CRC exam ask you to calculate scores? Do you have to come in with all the HCC categories memorized? I just got done with my course and looking at all different free practice tests I can find before I consider purchasing the AAPC practice exams. Some state you need to calc scores others state tell me what V22 would be etc. Starting to freak out....hoping I'm just over stressing.
No references are provided or needed. All AAPC exams are paper-pencil. Exam conditions in India appear to be different to here in the US. If you are advised that books will be provided, books will be provided.Hi,
Am gonna appear for the CRC exam in India this month. Wondering about certain issues:
1. What all references are provided for CRC exam, mapping list or any other reference?
2. Is the exam still paper-pencil or is it online nowadays?
3. The instructions mentioned that code books would be supplied by the exam center and personal books would not be allowed. Is that correct? Means no more carrying own books with highlights and notes?