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How to Ace your Certified Clinical Medical Assistant examination?

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Thank you comment icon Know the exam topics, schedule study times and take practice tests, and learn multiple choice stategies Kruti Patel

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Rija’s Answer

Hello Zainab!

My advice would be to look over sample questions/tests online and review the questions you got wrong. I would make sure you try to study 3-4 hours a day, if you are still in school or 4-5 hours if you are not. It is important to study everyday because that way you will be able to retain the information and it becomes easier for you to study the rest of the days. As Stephanie mentioned, Quizlet is a great resource you can use to study. You can create multiple flashcards and study them until you are confident. This is not said enough, but do not take advantage of the questions that you think are "easy." Make sure you study those questions as well because that question can pop up in a test and you may forget it if you neglected it. On the night before your test, make sure to review. Lastly, It is important to receive a good amount of sleep and to eat and drink regularly during the times you are not studying. Even going out for an hour or two is significant for stress levels.

I hope this post was helpful, good luck!
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Kendra’s Answer

One way to ace your exam is to use the study guide for the company your are taking your test with. This allows you to see how the exam will be structured which will help you while taking the exam. Secondly, take an assessment exam that will simulate the exam length and question amount of the real test. Do this before study so that you can see what you know and what you need to focus one. Thirdly, once you are finished with your assessment don’t focus on the score. Focus on the content you are weak in and start your studying there. Make yourself a study schedule and stick to it this way you make yourself accountable each day that you are studying. Key thing is to not overwhelm yourself by studying for 8hrs straight. Study in increments and take a break during the break lay down and allow yourself and to relax and let what you just reviewed to soak in. Lastly, take another simulated exam so that you get used to the length and question count and this time look at your score to see how you did, repeat the steps above if necessary.
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Willie’s Answer

Study the suggested material and think about it: over and over.
Thank you comment icon Hi Willie; thanks for providing an answer to this Student's question. Is there any chance you could provide some more specific details to help this Student? It might benefit this Student to hear details about the *types* of content on the test, or *how* to study that content. I'm also curious what you mean by thinking on it over and over. Thank you in advance for helping this Student! Alexandra Carpenter, Admin
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