Mock CPC Exam

Saturday, 6 November '21   7:15am – 4:15pm CDT
Saint Luke's North Hospital - Conference Center, 5800 NW Barry Road, Kansas City MO 64154-1495
20 spaces available

What are the benefits of the Mock Exam to you? - Learn to manage your time for successful completion of the CPC Exam - Identify areas of concern for additional study or challenges to be overcome prior to taking the CPC Exam - For those with test-taking fears, a chance to slay that dragon by practicing first on the Mock Exam - Receive some test taking tips from certified coders

The Mock Exam is run exactly like the real CPC Exam. Five hours and 40 minutes are allowed for the Mock Exam followed by a small group discussion (3-4 people) with a certified coder to provide an opportunity to review specific questions on the Mock Exam and ask questions. The exam will start promptly at 8:00 AM and conclude at 1:40 PM. It is necessary to arrive at 7:15 AM to allow time for book checks and identification confirmation. Exams will be graded by each individual test taker immediately following the Mock Exam. There will be a break for lunch until 2:30 PM when those who have signed up for the small group discussion will convene until 5:00 PM.

Test takers should bring current versions of the 2020 CPT book (CPT expert not allowed), ICD-10-CM book and 2020 HCPCS book. No materials may be removed from the test site. All tests, answer sheets, evaluations and demographic sheets will be collected prior to leaving.

7:15 AM - 8:00 AM Book check, photo identification check, reading of Proctor-to-Coder instructions

8:00 AM - 1:40 PM Mock Exam of 150 Questions

1:40 PM - 2:00 PM Grade exams

2:00 PM - 2:45 PM Break

2:45 PM - 5:00 PM Review questions and/or sections of test in small groups of 3 - 4 people each led by a CPC


Mock CPC Exam
20 available
The fee for the Mock Exam is $49.99 and there is a service fee applied at the time of the booking.

Saint Luke's North Hospital - Conference Center
5800 NW Barry Road
Kansas City MO 64154-1495

The building is separate from the hospital. It is the building that the back faces NW Barry Rd and the stoplight at the intersection.