My first suggestion is to read each question CAREFULLY! If something is mentioned, it's probably important. So make sure you make note of everything given in the question.
Secondly, you can almost always eliminte 2 of the possible answers right away, so look at the 2 you have left, and what is different about them? This should give you a good idea of what the right answer is.
Read the section notes at the beginning of each chapter of CPT, this provides good guidance to the information you need to make a decision between codes.
Lastly- figure out what you are most comfortable with that, and start with those questions and then go back to the other sections.
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