Because clinical nutrition is who you are not just what you do.
The perfect opportunity to advance your credential has arrived:
CDR Advanced Practitioner Certification in Clinical Nutrition

The Commission on Dietetic Registration (CDR) is offering an advanced practitioner certification in clinical nutrition for registered dietitians with four or more years of clinical nutrition practice. Apply NOW for the April 2018 examination window!

Applications for April 2018 examination window are due March 2, 2018.

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Certificate of Training in Weight Management—Pre Test FAQ

  1. Q: What is a passing score for the pretest?

    A passing score for the pretest is 80% or higher.  Your score will display on the screen immediately upon submitting the assessment. You will also receive an email confirmation of your pretest submission.
  2. Q: What happens if I do not pass the pretest?

    In the unlikely event that you do not pass, you will have an opportunity to re-take the pre-test. You can retake the pretest as many times as you need to in order to achieve the passing score. To retake the pretest, simply click the “retake” button at the top of the screen.  

  3. Q: What is the deadline to pass the pretest?

    A: The deadline to pass the pretest is noted on the registration form and the pretest form itself.  The pretest deadline is approximately 10 days before the first day of the program.  Please refer to the “Part 2: Online Assessment Test Section Introduction” page for the exact due date, or please feel welcome to contact CDR staff to confirm the pretest deadline.
  4. Q: Can I take the pretest more than one time?

    A: Yes.  You can retake the pretest as many times as is necessary in order to achieve the passing score of 80% or higher. 
  5. Q: Do I need to complete the pretest in one sitting?

    A: No.  There is a “save & continue later” button on the pretest at the bottom of the screen, next to the submit button.  You can use this button to save your answers and log in/out of the pretest as needed. 

  6. Q: Is the pretest timed?

    A: No.  The pretest is not a timed test.