Physicians

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FAQs

Where do I take the Exam?

The exam is taken on a computer at the candidates’ workplace. Candidates will need to find someone (e.g., coworker, supervisor) to proctor their exam. The proctor will sign a document saying the test taker is who they say they are, and that no outside materials or answer assistance from the proctor were used during the exam process.

 

What is the exam format?

The exam is a multiple choice written exam. There are approximately 100 questions. There is a 2 hour time limit to complete the exam. 

 

Why should I take the exam?

Participation in the Certificate of Added Qualification exam shows to your patients and colleagues your specialty expertise and knowledge in neuromuscular ultrasound.

 

How will I know if my application has been accepted or rejected?

Once all your application is received and reviewed, you will be notified that your application has been accepted or rejected via email.  

 

How do I withdraw my application?

For information about cancellations and refunds, please reference the Withdrawing from the Exam page.

 

If I withdraw my application will the examination fees be refunded?

For information about cancellations and refunds, please reference the Withdrawing from the Exam page.

 

Once I pass the Neuromuscular Ultrasound examination, do I have to do anything else?

No.  The Certificate of Added Qualification is a one-time examination with no maintenance of certification activities and no expiration.

 

Once the examination is complete, how soon will I receive the results?

You will be notified of the results of the examination by the date listed in the Key Exam Dates page. 
 

 

If you are interested in keeping up to date with new information regarding the examination, fill out the interest form, to receive an e-mail when new information is communicated.