Medicare Made Clear Quiz
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After completing the quiz, you can get a copy of your answers and links to additional resources to continue your Medicare journey.
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When are most people eligible for Medicare?
If you want regular doctor visits covered, which part of Medicare do you need?
You may have to pay a late penalty fee if you don't enroll in a Medicare prescription drug plan (Part D) when you're first eligible.
Which of the following is not covered by Original Medicare (Parts A & B)?
How would you describe yourself?
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