Media Type: Online Exam
Availability: In stock
The Ophthalmic Coding Specialist online exam is a 100-question, multiple-choice assessment that covers all aspects of coding for ophthalmology. Participants who successfully pass the open-book exam can use the designation "OCS" after their name.
How the OCS Exam Works
Complete the open-book exam within 10 business days. Each exam includes one attempt, to be completed within 10 business days after beginning the exam. Each additional attempt requires you to re-purchase the test.
Get your score immediately. You will receive a pass or fail grade upon submitting your exam. You must answer 80 percent correctly to pass. When you pass, you will receive a Certificate of Completion.
Get a performance breakdown. Regardless of your score, you will learn in which content areas you had one or more incorrect answers to help you identify areas of improvement.
Retest every three years. After you pass the OCS exam, you must retake it every three years to retain your designation. CEUs are not required for maintenance.
Why Take the Exam
Does this product offer CME?
No, this product does not offer CME.
What format does this product come in?
The Ophthalmic Coding Specialist exam is administered online.
How do I access my product?
The purchaser will receive an email with instructions and an access key for each exam purchased to distribute to test takers.
1. Visit www.aao.org/ocsexam
2. Select “Take/View Your Exam”
3. Click Go
4. Log in with your AAO website username and password OR create an account if you do not have an account (Note: You must log in under your own account. If you log in under someone else’s account the wrong name will appear on the certificate of completion.)
5. Copy and paste your exam code into the exam code field
6. Click Add
7. Click Start
8. Accept License Agreement
9. Enter an additional email address that will receive the exam results (optional)
How long is this product available?
Each open-book exam includes one attempt to be completed within 10 business days after beginning the exam. Each additional attempt requires you to re-purchase the test.