ConCert™ Exam

Dates and Fees

  • ConCert™ Examination

The ConCert™ Examination assesses knowledge, judgment, and skills of Emergency Medicine physicians. ABEM-certified physicians are required to pass the ConCert™ Examination once in years six through ten of their certification.

The exam is administered during one week in the spring and fall each year at Pearson VUE testing centers around the United States and Canada. The exam contains approximately 205 single-best-answer, standard multiple choice questions.

To best prepare and plan for the ConCert™ Examination, please review the following sections:

These materials will provide you with the information you need to prepare for, attend, and take the ConCert™ Examination.

ConCert Alternative: MyEMCert

Information about MyEMCert is available here.

ConCert Alternative FAQs

Disclaimer

Passing the ConCert™ Examination early does not, by itself, renew your certificate. ABEM-certified physicians are not required to meet other MOC requirements to take the ConCert™ Examination. However, certification can only be renewed if all MOC requirements are met.

Take the ConCert™ Exam Early

You can take the ConCert™ Examination, during the testing window, in any of the last five years of your certification. If you pass the exam early, you will still retain your certification until the expiration date on your current certificate. If you take the exam early and do not pass, you still retain your certification and additional opportunities to pass it.

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