On this page, you will find a an anatomy practice test that should give you some ideas on what kind of material will be covered on a certification examination. The American Academy of Professional Coders (AAPC) suggests that you take time to prepare for your exams prior to walking in the testing room. We at Medical Billing and Coding Connection fully agree with this statement.
Whether you are studying to become a medical biller, medical coder or medical transcriptionist, prepping for your certification exam is highly important. By using this test as one of the many tools in your arsenal for you to study for certification exams, we hope that you will pass with flying colors and start a successful and bright career in the healthcare industry. The staff at MBCC really want to help everyone reach their goals and even aim higher.
Anatomy Practice Test
The anatomy practice test is one of the many practice tests you will find on MBCC. We research past exams and create questions that will be similar to the type of questions you will actually encounter on your certification exam. This practice test should only be one of the tools you need to use in order to properly prepare with.
Other topics that are covered by our practice tests include:
- Medical terminology
- ICD-9 and ICD-10
- Medicaid and Medicare
- HCPCS Codes
- Medical Ethics
Tips For Test Preparation
You might feel some anxiety about taking your certification examination. Don’t worry, this is very common and can be easy to overcome with proper preparation for the exam. You should give yourself three to four weeks prep time before the certification exam. By dong so, you will be giving yourself plenty of time to know the material and ease your mind some.
Below we have also offered you some exam preparation tips that may help you get ready for your big day. Remember you are taking an exam over material to help demonstrate your knowledge and ability. By remembering this, you may be able to overcome some of the typical anxiety that one feels prior to an exam.
- Start studying early
- Find a place to study that is comfortable, has room for your study materials and is without distractions
- Become organized by creating a study schedule and stick to it
- Create an outline of exam topics and decide which ones need extra attention
- Buy or make flashcards so you can study anywhere you have a few extra minutes
- Don’t be afraid to ask for help on parts that are giving problems
- Get plenty of sleep since it is easier to learn when not sleep deprived
- Find or create a study group with fellow classmates
- Be sure to take care of yourself to avoid sickness with proper nutrition, sleep and hydration
- Don’t freak out!
- Do not try to pull an all-night cram fest before the exam
- Course materials
- Notes you made during class
- Past exams and quizzes from your class
- Past certification exams
- Study guides
Anatomy Knowledge Practice Exam