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July 22
5. What about the oral exam? Did you study for it? Was it Fair? Appropriate?Edit
  • ​Yes, I actively prepared for the oral exam.   I reviewed practice questions and made up my own.  I prepared like I was going to an interview and tried to align my thoughts on topics that I do not deal with on a daily basis at work.   (D.E.)
  • The CCE prep course from ACCE has helped me immensely for the oral. I practiced for the oral by giving myself 15-20minutes and write up a short narrative of the scenario. I got these questions by asking around in the field of Certified Clinical Engineers. (B.I.)
  • I studied for the CCE oral exam as well for about 6 months.  I took ACCE’s CCE oral exam prep class, which helped me learn the format of the exam, what to expect, and provided some example scenarios to study.  I collected about 20 example scenarios from previous prep courses, and I practiced each of them as if I were taking the oral exam.  I would time myself to allow the appropriate time to write notes after just looking at the scenario, and then I would time myself responding to the sample questions.  I would only look at one question at a time, so I did not know what question was next, just like the real oral exam.  I typed all my responses and other notes I thought of after practicing the scenarios, and I reviewed those notes in preparation for the oral exam.  I thought the oral exam was fair and appropriate for the body of knowledge that Clinical Engineers should know (K.N.)
  • I reviewed the same materials. I found it fair and appropriate. (M.M.)
  • Same as for Written Exam. Yes, I think the questions were fair and very relevant to the Clinical Engineering field. (J.)
  • Since the topics covered in the oral exam are the same as the topics in the written exam, I did not study for the oral exam and just did a few weeks of a quick review before taking the oral exam. The oral exam was fair and the questions covered a broad range of CE topics (H.E.)
  • To study for the oral exam questions, I reviewed common problems being experienced in healthcare today, mainly by reviewing articles, journals, and other publications.  Additionally, I re-reviewed the study guide and my notes used in preparation for the written exam. (J.M.)​

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