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    Default Exam Results - Just a general question

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    Just a general question - does anyone know if employers are able (or allowed) to get exam results when verifying a potential employee is credentialed on the AAPC website?

    Last edited by ank3t; Yesterday at 05:20 AM.
    Leandra Tufts, CPC, CEMC, COBGC

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    My instructor told my class that they only know if we passed or not, they can't find out our percentages hope this helps

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