Did you finish the test in the time given? My strategy was to answer every question the first time, if you don't know pick your best guess/answer then put a mark for yourself in the margin. If you have time at the end you can
go back and spend more time on the ones you were not sure about. It is better to answer every question than to leave any blank! If you are stronger at icd-9 codes think of those first or if you are stronger at cpt codes think about those first when answering a question. Also, you can use your icd-9 book as a dictionary if you are unsure of a medical term. Don't forget about your guidelines!! Good luck!
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