To prepare for the written exam, I used study guide as an outline for areas to
study. Study guide does cover the outline and scope of questions we may expect
in the CCE exam. I did spend 1-year of research by reading through several ACCE
and AAMI BI&T articles, case studies, 24X7 magazine etc., and I also
prepared a binder by grouping the articles and several reference materials. It
helped me when preparing for the written exam.
Katherine Navarro - I
actively prepared for the CCE written exam for about 6 months. First, I read the book “A Practicum for
Biomedical Engineering & Technology Management Issues” edited by Les
Atles. This book provided a great
foundation for the topics you need to know for the CCE written exam. Next, I participated in the ACCE CCE review
course, which was a great course that helped to solidify each topic on the CCE
exam. Finally, I read through technical
journals and magazines for articles related to each of the exam topic
areas. I probably prepared more than most
people, but I wanted to fully review each topic to feel confident in taking the
CCE written exam.
Michele Manzoli - I actively prepared, reviewing my Master's materials and the HTM Practicum published bt AAMI. I worked for 2 months.