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Technical assistance on the day of your Knowledge Check-In assessment is available by chatting with a Pearson VUE agent. We are here to help! You may also call 800-606-0259 to reach an ABIM Customer Relationship Advocate, in the event you are unable to connect to a Pearson VUE agent.

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Special Announcement Regarding Fall 2013 ABIM Examinations

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Philadelphia, PA, November 21, 2013 – ABIM is aware that on November 12, 2013, the American College of Cardiology and the American Heart Association released new cholesterol guidelines for reducing atherosclerotic cardiovascular risk. Please note that ABIM has a standard process for evaluating changes in medicine that occur too late in the test administration schedule to replace or modify any examination questions. Test-takers are advised to answer all questions according to their current understanding of clinical principles and practice. ABIM will review questions related to this guideline change and will ensure that individual examination results are not adversely affected. This information appears in the instructions at the start of every ABIM examination.

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