When are you—or your medical assisting students—taking the CMA (AAMA)
Students, graduates, first-time exam-takers, and CMA (AAMA)
recertificants: Make sure you are charting a course for success by using the right study materials for your exam date!
Educators and program directors: Keep lesson plans up to date with the most relevant information!
The topics outlined in the
Content Outline represent the latest information on the knowledge and skills required of medical assistants by employers, delegating professionals, and supervisors of medical assistants.
Notably, the percentage of clinical competency questions has increased from the previous
Content Outline (47% to 59%), while the percentages of general (28% to 21%) and administrative (25% to 20%) questions have slightly decreased.