How do I get my AAPA Self Assessment CME credit certificate?

Rosh Review is pleased to offer 20 AAPA Cat 1 CME credits in both general practice and emergency medicine. To purchase, take a look at this page.

Here is how to claim your credit and get your certificate:
The Rosh Review Self Assessment module is in Question Bank format. There are a total of 400 questions that you will need to complete (don’t worry, you don’t have to do it all at once…you have 365 days). But you do need to score at least a 70% to get credit. If you score below can retake questions until your cumulative score is above 70%. Ready to get started?

  1. Sign in with the email address and password you created.
  2. Select the “Create Exam” tab and decide on the number of questions you want per exam.
  3. Repeat this until you complete all 400 questions (you’ll see the number of available questions in parentheses next to the “Select Categories” dropdown decrease as you complete questions).
  4. You can review and retake your exams (if needed) by clicking on the “Exam History” tab.

After you complete all 400 questions and score above 70% correct – simply send an email to to tell us you completed the module. We will review your score and if you qualify, we will email you a certificate. We will also submit your name to the AAPA for 20 Self Assessment CME credits, but this is done annually in December so you are responsible for self-reporting if you require CME prior to our submission.

How long does it take to get a certificate after you complete all 400 questions?
Sometimes 10 seconds, mostly 2 days, always within a week after you send your email to



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