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NRCME Exam Study Guides

The NRCME Training Institute offers a comprehensive DOT training program that exceeds the curriculum requirements established by the FMCSA. We also offer our updated proprietary NRCME Exam Reference Materials for $99 to medical providers who completed a different training program and already have their training Certificate of Completion but want to be better prepared for the NRCME exam.

Medical providers can purchase our proprietary NRCME Exam Reference Materials for $99, which include the following:

  • Preparing for the National Certification Examination.pdf (contains over 120 questions and answers)
  • NRCME Question Bank.pdf (contains over 290 questions and answers)
  • NRCME Study and Reference Guide.pdf
  • 2022 Medical Examiner's Handbook DRAFT.pdf (this is the most current guidance document from the FMCSA and the current national examination questions should be based on these guidelines)
  • NRCME Training Institute training program pdf (a searchable document that provides the required training curriculum and related materials)

In addition to the exam reference materials, we are also including the following resources which may be useful in your practice:

  • The CMV Driver Examination.pdf
  • The Job of a Commercial Motor Vehicle Driver.pdf
  • Primary Care or Specialist Opinion Letter.pdf
  • 4 PDF editions of The NRCME Report newsletter.

Finally, the following documents are included for your convenience, and are also available from the FMCSA:

  • Medical Examination Report Form MCSA-5875.pdf
  • Medical Examiner's Certificate Form MCSA-5876.pdf
  • Insulin-Treated Diabetes Mellitus Assessment Form MCSA-5870
  • Vision Evaluation Report Form MCSA-5871
  • The Periodic 5-Year Refresher Training from the FMCSA

About the NRCME Exam
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NRCME Exam Testing in Hawaii
NRCME 10-Year Recertification
Scheduling Your Recertification Exam
A Tale of Recertification

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10-Year Recertification Notice

Certified Medical Examiners on the National Registry are required to be recertified no sooner than 9 years and no later than 11 years from the date of issuance of their medical examiner certification credential. Recertification requires that providers complete an accredited training program, such as ours, and pass the in-person national NRCME certification examination.

Call (941) 600-8411 for a single-provider discount.