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Pass Medical Transcription Certification Exam or Don’t Pay

 

Allied's Registered Medical Transcriptionist (RMT) Examination Promise

Pass the RMT Certification Exam or Don't Pay

Increase your medical transcription career opportunities today! Pass the certification exam and become a Registered Medical Transcriptionist. Why? You'll assure employers that you are a highly-qualified medical transcriptionist and increase your income potential. Benefit from Allied's Registered Medical Transcriptionist (RMT) Examination Promise – if you don’t pass the exam, you don’t have to pay. Start today – you have nothing to lose! Certification is a great way to set yourself apart and give your career a competitive advantage. Take the steps to build your professional credentials!

Here's how you qualify:

  • Graduate from Allied's AHDI Approved Medical Transcription Program with honors (92% accuracy or better). The AHDI Approved Medical Transcription Program consists of the following courses:
  • Medical Terminology for Transcription
  • Microsoft Word for the Medical Transcriptionist
  • Medical Transcription Professional Tools
  • Beginning Medical Transcription Practicum
  • Intermediate Medical Transcription
  • Advanced Medical Transcription
  • Medical Transcription Externship
  • Take your certification exam within 90 days after completion of Allied's AHDI Approved Medical Transcription Program
    • Submit an Application for Exam to AHDI by email, fax, or mail
      • $10 processing fee
    • Receive an Authorization to Test letter within 10 days of application
    • Schedule your exam within 90 days of completion of Allied's AHDI Approved Medical Transcription Program
      • Authorization to Test letter valid for 90 days after issuance
      • The Registration Fee is $150 for AHDI members and $230 for non-members for onsite testing; $100 for AHDI members and $180 for non-members for online proctored testing
  • Study for the certification exam using the guidelines and study information provided in the RMT Candidate Guide
  • Take the RMT exam

If you don't pass the RMT certification exam on your first try, you must submit your failure notice to Allied.  Allied will refund the money you have paid to take the certification exam (the Registration Fee). AHDI will allow you to take the exam again (after a 6 month wait). The registration fee is charged each time the exam is taken; there is no discount for retakes.

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