Passed my CPC first try w/score of 83%...that was easy compared to the task of finding a job! Nobody wants to hire unless you've had 1-3 years of CODING experience. I have worked in the medical field forever but not doing coding so nobody will hire me. I am now looking at trying to get someone to let me work for free a few hours a week to get some experience, I'm sure even convincing someone to do that will be tough and then I may not be offered a job after all the free hours I put in and be right back at square one.
Take your time and study for the test, figure out what works best for you in terms of time and answering the question correctly; you will have a harder time finding a job so it may be better to find a job in a medical office first, learn by doing then take the test. you'll do better w/a working knowledge..
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