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Self-Assessment Study Program Frequently Asked Questions

Q. How many questions are on the SASP?
A. 150 new multiple choice questions are included in each annually produced SASP

Q. How many CME Credits do I get for completing the SASP?

A. A maximum of 20 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™ may be earned for each year for the current three years
Q. Is there a required passing score for credits?

A.You must receive a passing grade of 50% or higher before credit can be claimed; this is for both open and closed book option

Q. What are the different formats of the SASP?
A.They are as follows:

Q. How does Qstream work?
A. Qstream is a separate platform and is not AUA-owned and operated.

Q. How long does it take to receive the credits?
A. Because each format is a little different the time may vary.

Q. The CD-Rom comes with 5 years of exams, how many credits can I claim?
A. You may claim a maximum of 60 AMA PRA Category 1 CME Credits™. 60 CME credits after successful completion of the current three years.

Q. How long does it take to receive the product?
A.As follows:

Q. I purchased two books, which answer sheet goes with which exam?
A. You may use any answer sheet provided with SASP books.

Q. Are the correct answers provided?
A. Yes, the answers and reference materials are provided. Accessing the answers and reference material vary by format:

Q. Are the SASP questions the same on the different formats?
A. Yes, the questions are the same for the current year; however each year contains 150 new questions.

Q. How can I judge my performance on subjects featured in the SASP?
A. Upon return of the completed answer sheet, you will receive a personalized profile showing your performance in key areas of urology. At the end of the year, you will receive a peer group analysis that compares your scores to those of your peers.

Q. How long do I have to claim CME credit for the SASP?
A. Credits are valid for three years, from the date of the product being issued. Jan 1 is usually the documented date the SASP issued. For example, if the 2012 is issued on Jan 1st, 2012 it will be valid for all of 2012, 2013 and 2014.


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