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Driver cpc part 2 test: case studies.

You can book the part 2 case studies test of the Driver Certificate of Professional Competence ( CPC ) as soon as you’ve got your provisional licence. You do not need to have passed the Driver CPC part 1 theory test.

If you’re requalifying as a heavy goods vehicle ( HGV ) or bus driver by taking parts 2 and 4 of the test, you cannot book your test online. You have to book by phone instead.

Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency customer services Telephone: 0300 200 1122 (choose option 01) Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm Find out about call charges

What to take to your test

You must bring one of the following:

  • a Great Britain photocard driving licence
  • a Northern Ireland photocard driving licence and paper counterpart
  • an EU photocard driving licence (and paper counterpart, if you have one)

If you do not have a photocard driving licence, bring your paper licence and a valid passport.

Your test will be cancelled and you’ll lose your fee if you do not bring the right documents.

Revision and practice

You can use books or software to revise for the test and take practice tests.

You can buy:

  • Driver CPC : the Official DVSA Guide for Professional Goods Vehicle Drivers online if you’re learning to drive a lorry
  • The Official DVSA Guide to Driving Buses and Coaches book if you’re learning to drive a bus or coach

How the test works

The test is made up of 7 case studies you work through on a computer. The case studies are short stories based on situations that you’re likely to come across in your working life.

You’ll be asked between 6 and 8 multiple-choice questions on each case study.

The test lasts for 1 hour and 15 minutes, and the pass mark is 40 out of 50.

Your test result

You’ll get a letter with the results at the test centre.

You need the test pass reference number when you book your Driver CPC part 4 practical demonstration test.

The pass letter is valid for 2 years.

You need to pass the Driver CPC part 4 practical demonstration test within 2 years, otherwise you’ll have to pass the part 2 case studies test again.

If you fail the test

You’ll get a result letter with feedback telling you why you’ve failed.

You can book another case studies test straight away, but you cannot take it for another 3 clear working days.

Cancelled tests

You can apply for a refund of out-of-pocket expenses if DVSA cancels your test at short notice.

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About the Driver CPC Theory Test

In order to professionally drive a Bus and/or a Truck you will need* to have a passed a Category D Bus and/or Category C Truck Driver Theory Test and the Driver CPC Case Study Test detailed below, before you can apply to the RSA for your Driver CPC Practical Test.

The Bus Module Test (BMT) or Truck Module Test (TMT) will supplement the full Category C or D Theory Test already obtained by the driver. To book please contact us .

*If you hold a full Driver Licence issued before 10th September 2008 for Category D (Bus) and before 10th September 2009 for Category C (Truck) you have ‘Acquired Rights’ and are automatically entitled to a Driver CPC certification. See RSA CPC Unit for more details.

Driver CPC Theory Test – Step 1

The Driver CPC – Step 1 is covered by the Category D Bus and/or Category C Truck Driver Theory Test. For further information and instructions on how to book these tests, please visit our Driver Theory Test section.

Driver CPC Case Study – Step 2

The Driver CPC – Step 2 is the final stage before your Category D Bus and/or Category C Truck Practical Test. Step 2 of the Driver CPC consists of 3 Case Studies relating to the vehicle category in which you wish to obtain a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence.

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Test Centre Locations

There are over forty Driver Theory Test locations throughout the Republic of Ireland. You can choose a Test Centre that is most convenient to you.

Please note that available appointment times may vary between Test Centres – you will be able to select your Test Centre and view its current appointment times at the online booking service.

See a full list of test centre locations and addresses:   DTT Test Centre Location Map  (PDF, 3mb).

Please note failure to bring correct identification will result in you not being able to test and you will lose your test fee. We ask that you please arrive 30 minutes ahead of your test time to allow for your check-in process.

We will only accept one of the following forms of identity (hard copy only – photocopy/pictures of ID are not acceptable):

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  • Irish Travel Document (for more information see the Citizens Information website )
  • Current Ukraine driving licence

Test Category CPC Bus or Truck Case Study exam

In addition to the identification requirement detailed above Test Category Bus (D) & Truck (C) Candidates must also bring with them:

  • A full current Category B Irish Driving Licence (or one from an EU/EEA member state or Switzerland or Ukraine)
  • A current Category C or D Irish Learner Permit (if applicable)
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  • Please Note: Candidates must schedule their exam using an Irish address. Candidates who have scheduled their exam using an address outside of the Republic of Ireland will not be allowed to test and will lose their fee. (To apply for an Irish Learner Permit or Driver Licence candidates must provide proof of an address in the Republic of Ireland)

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Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC): what it is

You must have a Driver CPC before you can drive a passenger carrying vehicle (PCV) for a living .

The Driver CPC test has 4 parts

Part 1 driver cpc theory test, resources - driver cpc theory test.

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Part 2 driver cpc case studies.

  • 7 case studies (short stories based on situations)
  • 50 questions (6-8 multiple choice questions on each case study)
  • You have 1 hour 15 minutes
  • Questions may be single response, multiple response, audio or click on a hot-spot
  • Score at least 40 out of 50 to pass

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You do not need to pass the Driver CPC part 1 theory test before you book part 2.

If you're re-qualifying contact DVSA to book parts 2 and 4.

Part 3 Driver CPC off-road exercises and on-road driving test

Part 3a: off-road exercises.

  • Lasts up to 30 minutes
  • Includes an ‘S’ shaped reverse into a bay

Part 3b: on-road driving test

  • Vehicle safety questions (see GOV.UK 'show me, tell me' links below)
  • At least 1 hour of on-road driving

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Part 4 driver cpc practical demonstration test, the test covers 5 topics from the driver cpc syllabus.

  • Score at least 15 out of 20 for each topic
  • Achieve an overall score of at least 80 out of 100.

Your test may include being able to

  • ability to load the vehicle with due regard for safety rules and proper vehicle use
  • security of the vehicle and contents
  • ability to prevent criminality and trafficking in illegal immigrants
  • ability to assess emergency situations
  • ability to prevent physical risk

When you've passed all 4 parts

You’ll receive a Driver Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC) Card , which you must carry with you whenever you're driving an HGV.

Acquired rights

If you’re already a professional driver, you may have ‘acquired rights’ to Driver CPC if you got your vocational licence (D, D1, D+E and D1+E) before 10 September 2009.

Having acquired rights does not exempt you from periodic training .

Renewing your Driver CPC for bus and coach

All professional bus and coach drivers must complete at least 35 hours of Driver CPC training every 5 years .

The training covers various aspects of professional driving and is delivered by independent training bodies.

What’s covered in your training is up to you and your employer, but it might include:

  • fuel-efficient driving
  • defensive driving techniques
  • health and safety
  • drivers’ hours regulations
  • using tachographs.

One day’s training every year is ideal. It allows you to respond to each year’s priorities for your own continuing professional development and your employer’s changing business needs.

It can severely impact business planning and keep you off the road if too much of your training is left to the end of your card’s validity period. You also might not be able to find a trainer if demand is high.

It is illegal to drive professionally if you fail to complete your 35 hours periodic training by the deadline .

GOV.UK top links

Driver CPC overview

Driver CPC Part 1 Theory Test

Driver CPC Part 2 Case Studies

Driver CPC Part 3a Off-road exercises

Driver CPC Part 3b On-road driving

  • Show me, tell me - vehicle safety questions without a trailer
  • Show me, tell me - vehicle safety questions with a trailer

Driver CPC Part 4 Practical Demonstration

Driver CPC Syllabus

'Acquired rights' to Driver CPC explained

The national standard for driving buses and coaches

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Industry Guide to Driver CPC (PDF 1.7MB)

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  • 5.9 Manoeuvres
  • 5.10 Incidents, accidents, and emergencies
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  • 5.14 The road
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  • 6.3 After the test
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About the HGV Theory Test

The HGV theory test consists of two sections:

  • Part 1a : A 2-hour multiple-choice test with 100 questions costing £26, and;
  • Part 1b : A 30-minute hazard perception test with 19 clips including 20 scorable hazards, costing £11.

These tests do not have to be sat on the same day, but must be completed within 2 years of each other. If you do sit them on the same day, you can do them in whichever order you prefer. However, they must both be passed before you can move on to taking your practical test. The HGV theory test is designed to examine how much you know about everything affecting driving HGVs / LGVs. This means there are broad areas of knowledge you will need to understand. These broad areas are outlined below.

Knowledge Areas

Measurements.

You will need to know the length, width, height, and weight of HGVs / LGVs.

Why you need to know about it – Awareness of the size and weight of your vehicle ensures you are aware of which roads you are able to safely travel on. You will also be able to recognise when restrictions apply.

Driving hours & resting period regulations

You will need to know the rules in relation to rest periods and drivers’ hours. You will need to learn about driving limits, how to follow the tachograph rules, how to keep good records, and keeping your vehicle safe and secure.

Why you need to know about it – You need to be aware of legal requirements to ensure you obey the law and a safe to drive.

Braking systems

You need to learn about the 3 main braking systems on lorries – service, secondary, and parking. You will also need to learn how to take care of air brake systems, how to carry out emergency stops, and how to use escape lanes.

Why you need to know about it – You will need to know how to use them, look after them effectively with proper maintenance, and to understand why this is important.

Restricted views

You need to be aware that some areas around your vehicle will be restricted from your view. The view of other road users may also be restricted due to the size and dimensions of your vehicle.

Why you need to know about it – You need to be aware of this so that you take appropriate positions up on the road and so you and others can drive safely.

Vehicle condition

You will need to be able to spot defects and faults on your vehicle.

Why you need to know about it – AIt is your responsibility to report faults and defects when you notice them.

Safe & secure loading

You will need to understand about how to load a vehicle safely and securely.

Why you need to know about it – You will need to be aware of this in order to safely transport goods and recognise when you may need to use special signs to warn of dangerous loads.

Other road users

You need to be aware of how to carry out manoeuvres and take account of the extra length of your vehicle when turning.

Why you need to know about it – This will help you reduce the risks involved when you are overtaking or when other road users overtake you. It will also help you manage difficult conditions more safely for yourself and others.

Why you need to know about it – You will need to know this so you can manage blind spots and safely carry out manoeuvres in traffic.

Incidents, accidents, and emergencies

It is important to know what to do if you are involved in an accident or if you arrive at one. You will also need to know the safety equipment you are required to carry, how to report an incident, how to deal with fires, and tunnel safety.

Why you need to know about it – This will ensure you are able to help out if needed or know what actions to take if you have been involved to ensure yours and other road users’ safety.

Driver safety

You need to be aware of everything about driver safety from seatbelts, anticipating the road movements of other road users, and potential dangers when exiting your vehicle cab on the offside. You also need to consider driver tiredness, medication, and the importance of not using mobile phones.

To protect yourself and other road users and to meet legal requirements.

Essential documents

You will need to learn about the necessary documentation and regulations in relation to SORN, CPC, and MAM.

Why you need to know about it – You need to learn this because it is the driver’s responsibility. This will ensure you understand what licence categories mean and the restrictions on them. This will ensure you meet legal requirements and avoid fines.

Road and traffic signs

Your knowledge of road signs, road and lane markings, traffic lights, warnings, and signals that may be given by other drivers or the police.

Why you need to know about it – To ensure you can safely and effectively respond to vital instructions on the road and from other road users.

You will need to understand the effect of different weather conditions on the road, how to park safely at night, how to use and change lanes, and how to deal with road gradients.

Why you need to know about it – In order that you are able to reduce risk at all times in all conditions.

The Examination Process

Part 1a – multiple choice test.

The multiple-choice test lasts a total of 2 hours and usually takes place on a touch screen computer. You have 5 minutes set aside for instructions on what to do at the beginning. You can also use this period of five minutes to get comfortable with the touch screen computer and see how the multiple-choice questions will be laid out.

You will then have 1 hour and 55 minutes to answer 100 questions about the 14 areas outlined above. You will have a choice of responses to choose from for each question which will be asked individually. You can select the answer you think is correct either by touching the screen or by using a mouse. Sometimes, more than one answer may be given. You will be reminded of this if you try to move on without clicking on the correct number of answers for a given question. However, if you are unsure about a question and want to move on, you can flag it to return to later on in the test.

To pass the HGV theory test, you will need to get 85 out of 100.

There are 14 topics from which the questions will be drawn from:

  • Braking systems – Types of braking system, using your brakes properly, connecting the airlines, maintenance and inspection
  • Drivers’ hours and rest periods – Obeying driving limits, following tachograph rules, keeping the correct records, tiredness, vehicle security
  • Environmental issues – Reducing fuel consumption and emissions, road surfaces, refuelling
  • Essential documents – Documentation, regulations, the driver’s responsibility
  • Incidents, accidents and emergencies – Breakdowns, what to do at the scene of an incident, dealing with a vehicle fire, reporting an incident, safety in tunnels
  • Leaving the vehicle – Parking, leaving the cab, health and safety, security
  • Other road users – Being aware of other road users, showing patience and care
  • Restricted view – Mirrors and blind spots, awareness of your vehicle’s size, reversing large vehicles
  • Road and traffic signs – Signs, road markings, lane markings, traffic lights and warnings, signals given by drivers and the police
  • The driver – Consideration towards other road users, safety equipment, mobile phones when driving, fitness to drive, medication
  • The road – Different weather conditions, parking at night, using lanes, dealing with gradients, reducing risk
  • Vehicle condition – Wheels and tyres, vehicle maintenance and minor repairs, cold weather, trailer coupling
  • Vehicle loading –  Security of loads, weight distribution, transporting loads
  • Vehicle weights and dimensions – Vehicle size, loading your vehicle, vehicle markings, speed limiters

Part two – Hazard Perception Test (Module 1b)

The hazard perception test lasts up to 25 minutes. It will begin with a short video tutorial video outlining how the test will work. If you miss anything, you can re-run the video again if you need to.

When you are ready, the test will begin. There are 19 video clips in the test. These all feature everyday scenes you might expect to find on the road. There is a total of 20 developing hazards across the 19 clips with each video containing at least one. As there are 20 developing hazards in 19 clips, one of them will have a second developing hazard for you to look out for.

There is a 10-second pause between each clip which allows you to survey the scene. The faster you respond to developing hazards, the better score you will get. In the test, you’ll need to respond to the developing hazards early. The top score for the fastest response to a hazard is five. However, the scenario will not change after you click. Instead, a red flag will appear at the bottom of your screen. This indicates your response has registered. If you have too many flags, you may be penalized.

Unlike the theory test, your hazard perception responses cannot be reviewed. This is because you will only have one chance to react when it comes to driving on the road for real and in your practical test.

You will need 67 out of 100 to pass the hazard perception test.

After the test

After the hazard perception test, you will be asked to answer some simple customer survey questions followed by some potential future sample questions. You are not required to answer these questions but if you do, any of the information you give will remain both anonymous and confidential. If you do take the sample questions, they will not change your test results.

After passing

On the day, you will receive a letter detailing your results for whichever part of the theory test that has been completed.

Once both parts are passed, a theory test certificate will be sent to you in the post. This has a theory test number on it which you will need to provide when booking your practical test. However, the test certificate is only valid for 2 years and there are no exceptions for this.

Modules 1a and 1b can be taken in any order, and at different sittings, but you must pass both modules to pass the theory test. Should you be required to take the CPC Module 2 case studies test, you may sit this test either before or after completing both theory test modules. You must have passed both the theory test and, if applicable, the case studies test to enable you to take the practical test.

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15. HCPCS Level II (3 questions) The questions in this section focus on modifiers, supplies, medications, and professional services for Medicare patients.

16. Coding Guidelines (7 questions) The questions in this section assess your understanding and expertise of the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines for Coding and Reporting, CPT coding guidelines and parenthetical notes, and modifier use.

17. Compliance and Regulatory (3 questions) The questions in this section evaluate your knowledge of compliance and regulations that pertain to the following:

  • Services covered under Medicare Parts A, B, C, and D
  • Payment coding
  • Place of service reporting
  • Fraud and abuse

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CPC Exam Registration

To register for the exam, you must be an AAPC member, which costs $190 ($125 for students). Once you have joined AAPC, you can use your account to register for the exam.

The exam itself costs $349 for one attempt or $449 for two. If you paid to take the test twice but you pass the exam on the first take, you do not get a refund of the money spent on the second attempt.

When you register, you will have the option to choose in-person testing or remote testing (LPR).

There are similarities between these two methods when it comes to the day of the exam. Both formats require a current, valid, government-issued form of identification. Both ways also allow you to bring a basic manual calculator and handwritten notes specific to daily coding activities. Additionally, you are allowed three reference books

  • The AMA Professional edition of the CPT
  • Your choice of the ICD-10-CM Official Guidelines with highlighting, underlining, and brief notations needed for day-to-day coding
  • Your choice of HCPCS Level II

Keep in mind that the exam questions are based on the current calendar year’s code sets, and you might be disadvantaged in using prior publications.

There are similarities in the disallowed items as well. You are not allowed to bring electronic devices with an on/off switch, devices capable of capturing and storing images, study guides, Procedural Coding Expert , CPT Plus! – PMIC , CPT Insider’s View – AMA , or the ICD-10-CM Easy Coder.

In-person Testing

On the day of your exam, you should arrive 15-30 minutes early at your exam location. You must also bring your photo ID, two No. 2 pencils, an eraser, a manual calculator, and your coding books and references. Keep your belongings in your car or at home; you are not allowed to bring anything not approved into the testing center.

After you show your ID to the testing center administrator, you will be directed to your testing station. You will complete a familiarization tutorial there, and your exam begins when you are finished with the tutorial.

You can take breaks during the exam period, but you will not regain the time you lose on your break.

Live Remote Proctoring

You will need to log on to the testing environment 5-10 minutes before your appointment time. By logging on early, you can troubleshoot issues like connecting to the testing platform, microphone issues, lagging internet, etc.

When your proctor signs on, present your government-issued photo ID. Then, rotate your camera around your space for the proctor’s approval. When your area is approved, replace your webcam, ensuring your face, fingers, keyboard, and keyboard area are always in the frame. Once the webcam is back in place, you cannot move out of its view.

A bottle of water, two No. 2 pencils, an eraser, a sheet of blank paper, approved reference materials, and a manual calculator are all allowed to be on your desk.

How the CPC Exam is Scored

You need to answer 70 questions correctly to pass the exam. The correct answers are worth 1 point each, and they are combined to calculate your final score. Your results are released to your AAPC account seven to ten days after you take the exam. If you do not receive your test results after ten days, contact AAPC for guidance.

If you did not pass the exam, you can register to retake the exam. If you paid for the two-test bundle, there is no additional fee. If you did not pay for the two-test bundle, you would pay the $349 test registration fee.

You can take the exam as often as needed, but you will pay the full registration fee each time.

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How to Study for the CPC Exam

How to study effectively.

Your success on CPC test day depends not only on how many hours you put into preparing but also on whether you prepared the right way. It’s good to check along the way to see whether your studying is paying off. One of the most effective ways to do this is by taking CPC practice tests to evaluate your progress. Practice tests are useful because they show exactly where you need to improve. Every time you take a free CPC exam practice test, pay special attention to these three groups of questions:

  • The questions you got wrong
  • The ones you had to guess on, even if you guessed right
  • The ones you found difficult or slow to work through

This will show you exactly what your weak areas are and where you need to devote more study time. Ask yourself why each of these questions gave you trouble. Was it because you didn’t understand the material? Was it because you didn’t remember the vocabulary? Do you need more repetitions on this type of question to build speed and confidence? Dig into those questions and figure out how you can strengthen your weak areas as you go back to review the material.

Answer Explanations

Additionally, many CPC practice tests have a section explaining the answer choices. It can be tempting to read the explanation and think that you now have a good understanding of the concept. However, an explanation likely only covers part of the question’s broader context. Even if the explanation makes sense, go back and investigate every concept related to the question until you’re positive you have a thorough understanding.

Comprehend Each Topic

As you go along, keep in mind that the CPC practice test is just that: practice. Memorizing these questions and answers will not be very helpful on the actual test because it is unlikely to have any of the same exact questions. If you only know the right answers to the sample questions, you won’t be prepared for the real thing. Study the concepts until you understand them fully, and then you’ll be able to answer any question that shows up on the test.

Strategy for CPC Practice

When you’re ready to start taking practice tests, follow this strategy:

  • Remove Limitations. Take the first test with no time constraints and with your notes and CPC study guide handy. Take your time and focus on applying the strategies you’ve learned.
  • Time Yourself. Take the second practice test “open book” as well, but set a timer and practice pacing yourself to finish in time.
  • Simulate Test Day. Take any other practice tests as if it were test day. Set a timer and put away your study materials. Sit at a table or desk in a quiet room, imagine yourself at the testing center, and answer questions as quickly and accurately as possible.
  • Keep Practicing. Keep taking practice tests on a regular basis until you run out of practice tests or it’s time for the actual test. Your mind will be ready for the schedule and stress of test day, and you’ll be able to focus on recalling the material you’ve learned.

How long is the CPC exam?

The time limit for the exam is 4 hours.

How many questions are on the CPC exam?

There are 100 questions on the exam.

What is a passing score for the CPC exam?

To pass the exam, you will need to answer at least 70 questions correctly.

How much does the CPC exam cost?

The exam costs $349.

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Kate has been Mometrix’s Nursing and Medical Editor for over four years. She has a bachelor’s degree in Communications from Vanderbilt University, a bachelor’s degree in Nursing from Marymount University, and a master’s degree in Education from Johns Hopkins. Kate is a critical care registered nurse who still works occasionally in the ICU and PACU.

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How to Pass CPC Exam: Free CPC Practice Exam #1 (2023)

Ready to get started? Our free, full-length, interactive CPC mock exam consists of 100 questions across all 17 categories you'll see on the official Certified Professional Coder exam. Click here to start practicing!

This Certified Professional Coder (CPC) Practice Exam contains 100 full-length test questions!

Welcome to our first full-length, free CPC practice exam! We've designed this test to be as close to the AAPC exam as possible, to help you get the most realistic and helpful practice and feedback possible.

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The CPC Exam has 100 questions from 17 categories

The exam is composed of 100 questions, drawn from the same 17 medical billing and coding categories you will see on the actual exam:

  • CPT 10000 - Integumentary System (Skin, nails, hair)
  • CPT 20000 - Musculoskeletal System
  • CPT 30000 - Respiratory System
  • CPT 40000 - Digestive
  • CPT 50000 - Reproductive
  • CPT 60000 - Nervous system
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How long is the CPC exam?

The 2023 CPC exam is 4 hours long, done in 1 sitting.

You can start and stop the exam at any time, and your progress will be automatically saved.

How can I get the best results from this practice exam?

On the real CPC, you'll be either in your own personal space, taking the exam on a video call with the rest of the test-takers, or in a live test center with other test takers. The 2023 exam is 100 questions, done in a single sitting of 4 hours long.

To get the best results from this practice test, treat this full-length practice exam as if it was the real thing. Find a quiet room, and carve out a solid block of four hours where you will have total quiet, just like if you were taking the real exam.

Turn off your phone and let friends and family know that you will be unavailable, because you are taking the time to practice for the CPC.

Finally, try to complete the test in a single sitting. It's okay to take bathroom breaks, just like on the real exam, but try to eat about 2 hours beforehand

Practice tests will help you get used to the length and material of the real CPC

One of the largest reasons students find the CPC exam challenging is because of the length of the exam.

4 hours is a long time to sit and answer test questions at one stretch!

Taking a real, full-length practice test will help you get used to the length of the exam, and help you get your routine right for test day.

Take this practice exam as if it was the real thing, and you won't be surprised on test day - you'll be a seasoned pro!

How many times can I take the practice exam?

As many times as you like!

For those of you who want to do your absolute best, we recommend taking 3-5 different practice exams over 2-3 months.

Taking 3-5 exams will help get you intimately familiar with the structure of the CPC, and let you know what material you need to study. You'll have plenty of opportunity to study in between exams, and on test day, the real CPC will feel like old hat.

Take this practice test as many times as you like, and be sure to check out the rest of our CPC exam preparation materials as well.

Official CPC Practice Exam

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Once you've completed, you'll see your score and a breakdown of questions here, to help you see where you did well, and where you could improve.

As always, we're cheering for you!

All done? Don't forget to get feedback!

Congrats on finishing your first CPC practice exam! Every bit of effort you put in is going to help you score better and continue on the path of becoming a medical billing and coding professional.

Once you've finished the test, take five minutes to reflect on what was easy for you, what was challenging this time, and where you could improve.

  • What was easy for me:
  • What was challenging for me:
  • What I could improve next time:

Think about types of questions that were hard, what questions you spent your time on, and any material that you might want to go back and review. Spending a little time doing this while the exam is fresh will help you figure out exactly what to do next.

What's next?

Feel free to use our feedback tool to see where you need to study up to score even better on your next exam!

Feeling ready for more practice? Try our list of 800+ Free CPC Practice Exam Questions , or check out the rest of our 100% free CPC practice exams and mock tests. You got this!

Or: Feeling ready for the real thing? Start picking your date to take the Official Certified Professional Coder Exam and get certified by the AAPC.

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