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Taking the Examination continued... Examinees are allowed 80 minutes for each Part when taking  Committed to maintaining an active credential through meeting continuing certification requirements. Parts 2 through 4 of the examination. The passing score for each exam is 70%. Each exam for Parts 2 through 4 consist of 100 For more information, please contact us. multiple-choice questions. Institute of Certified Records Managers Professionals who acquire industry-recognized certifications enhance their expertise in a number of diverse, critical areas. Industry-recognized certifications, such as the CRA and CRM, demonstrate a commitment to the profession and lifelong learning and can enhance your advancement potential. Earning and 1450 Western Avenue, Suite 101 Albany, NY 12203 (877) 244-3128 (US & Canada) (518) 694-5362 maintaining a certification demonstrates to your organization (and prospective employers) that you have a lifelong commitment to your profession. The CRA and CRM credentials are widely perceived within the Records and Information Management field as the benchmark for professional achievement. The CRM credentials can also have potential financial returns according to the Salary Guide from Robert Half International. Candidates with a professional designation can earn a starting salary up to 10 percent above the market average. Today’s organizations are increasingly specifying “CRM required” or “CRM preferred” in job announcements when seeking new hires. The CRA and CRM designations are recognized and accepted as evidence of a proven level of education, knowledge and experience in records and information management. Earning the CRA or CRM means that one has: Fax: (518) 463-8656 E-mail: For more information and access to the most  Demonstrated appropriate education and/or professional experience;  Passed rigorous examinations;  Agreed to abide by a professional code of conduct; and 23