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Can you bubble & highlight your manuals for AHIMA exams?

Code books with handwritten notations, or comments are allowed but must be free of any notes containing coding rules and guidelines from other reference materials (for example: Coding Clinic, CPT Assistant, and similar materials). No handmade tabs will be allowed. Post-It® Notes and any loose materials are not allowed (code books are for use on CCA, CCS, and CCS-P exams only). The testing center staff reserves the right to deny code books that contain excessive writing and information that may give the candidate an unfair advantage.

See the AHIMA candidate guide for more information on AHIMA credentials: http://www.ahima.org/certification/CCS

Code books with handwritten notations, or comments are allowed but must be free of any notes containing coding rules and guidelines from other reference materials (for example: Coding Clinic, CPT Assistant, and similar materials). No handmade tabs will be allowed. Post-It® Notes and any loose materials are not allowed (code books are for use on CCA, CCS, and CCS-P exams only). The testing center staff reserves the right to deny code books that contain excessive writing and information that may give the candidate an unfair advantage.

See the AHIMA candidate guide for more information on AHIMA credentials: http://www.ahima.org/certification/CCS

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