Get RAC Questions Answered at the Regulatory Convergence
Posted 20 August 2015 | By
If you are planning to attend RAPS’ upcoming Regulatory Convergence in Baltimore, 24–28 October, and you are thinking about pursuing Regulatory Affairs Certification (RAC) or have questions about the RAC, you should plan to attend one of the conference’s two scheduled RAC mini-sessions. The RAC mini-sessions are 45 minutes long and will be held in between educational sessions on Monday and Tuesday. These interactive sessions will give attendees the opportunity to pose their questions directly to RAC experts.
While each session will be different based on the different attendees and their various questions, last year’s mini-sessions featured questions and discussion of topics including:
- How often RAC exam content is updated
- How to get your manager to support your pursuit of the RAC
- How to find or form study groups
- What exam preparation resources to use
- How to assess your own readiness to take the exam
- What to do if you do not pass the exam the first time
- What is covered on each the four different RAC exams
- How to decide which exam to take
- How to maintain your RAC once you have it
- How to study areas covered on the exam that you have little or no experience with
- How the test centers are set up
- What the exam format is like
Of course, this is only a small sample of the potential discussion topics. All questions are welcomed. Chances are, if you have a question, others probably are wondering about the same thing.
The RAC mini-sessions will be held 10:00–10:45 am on Monday, 26 October, and 9:45–10:30 am on Tuesday, 27 October. To find out more about the Regulatory Convergence, see the full conference agenda or go to RAPS.org/convergence.