Also keep in mind, right now you are studying for a very comprehensive exam but chances are, when you are out here in the "real world" your coding will become more centralized around the services your providers handle day in and day out. For example we don't treat broken bones so I rarely have to look at ortho codes, we treat children so I rarely have to look at cardiac codes, etc... Once you land in a job you will become a little more comfortable with coding what you see every day. It's easy to look at the CPC exam and become overwhelmed with the idea of coding but just like anything else worthwhile in life, it gets easier the more you work at it.
Good luck with the exam, I'd love to hear from you afterwards to see how you do.
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