What is the passing score and format of the final written exam for the eACLS™ course?

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What is the passing score and format of the final written exam for the eACLS™ course?

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The final written exam is comprised of 50 multiple choice case based questions (5 per case study). The questions are based on the objectives of the case studies and include ECGs when appropriate. Each question is worth 2 points. Once the exam is completed, it is graded instantly, and any wrong answers are remediated. Users must score at least 84% to pass the course. If a user fails the first exam, he or she is given up to two additional opportunities to pass a different exam after an opportunity for further remediation through the eACLS™ “Resources” section and/or instructor. If the user fails the additional exams, he or she will have to repeat the course (and pay for the course again).

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The final written exam is comprised of 50 multiple choice questions (5 per case study). The questions are based on the objectives of the case studies and include ECGs when appropriate. Each question is worth 2 points. Once the exam is completed, it is graded instantly, and any wrong answers are remediated. Users must score at least 84% to pass the course. If a user fails the first exam, he or she is given a second opportunity to pass a different exam after an opportunity for further remediation through the eACLS™ “Resources” section. If the user fails the second exam, he or she will have to repeat the course.

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The final written exam is comprised of 50 multiple choice questions (5 per case study). The questions are based on the objectives of the case studies and include ECGs when appropriate. Each question is worth 2 points. Once the exam is completed, it is graded instantly, and any wrong answers are remediated. Users must score at least 84% to pass the course. If a user fails the first exam, he or she is given a second opportunity to pass a different exam after an opportunity for further remediation through the eACLS “Resources” section. If the user fails the second exam, he or she will have to repeat the course.

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