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Will I get into trouble for telling coders the questions and answers that were on the CCA and CPC exam?
I completly agree with you on this subject, I've read his post to and have asked him question, not about the exam but about his credentials, I think if you really read his posts he is willing to give as you said tips, pointers.Hi,
I think that "neuropathy" is getting a backlash from other coders and aapc members because of the use of the words "crack the cpc exam". I cannot speak for this coder but I think, from reading his posts, that what was meant by this statement was that this coder has tips & pointers, possible suggestions, and time saving methods (process of elimination) to work through the exam quickly and efficiently.
I don't think there's anything to "crack" per se. You either know coding and/or how to locate the answers in your books, have practiced time management in a test-taking scenario, and studied or you don't - that simple. I was blessed to pass the test on my first try and finished 1 1/2 hour early & I didn't "crack" anything. I feel bad for this person because everyone seems to be so upset and I think that the intention was just to try and help others.
Just my thoughts...