AADE Review Guide – 450+ Practice Questions

AADE Review Guide for the Certified Diabetes Educator Exam – 4th Edition – $89.00

The AADE Review Guide for the Certified Diabetes Educator Exam is an excellent independent study tool and comprehensive resource.

The Review Guide provides:

  • 450 + multiple choice questions
  • Strategies for preparing for and taking the exam

3 self-assessment tests that cover three main content sections on the CDE® Exam:

  • Assessment of Diabetes and Prediabetes 
  • Interventions for Diabetes and Prediabetes
  • Disease Management 

Two – 200 multiple choice question exams 

Includes an answer key with rationales for all question included in the guide!



For more helpful tips while planning your study path, visit our 10 Steps to Succeed Page – or download our printable 10 Steps to Succeed Checklist.



AADE Art & Science Desk Reference 4th Edition & 4th Edition Review Guide – $289 (Save $39 off retail price!)

We are very happy to offer big savings when you purchase both of these resource books for diabetes. The New AADE 4th Edition Desk Reference & 4th Edition Review Guide Bundle – our most popular AADE Book Bundle for CDE® preparation. 

  • The Desk Reference(4th Edition, 2016) is almost 900 pages of diabetes information ranging from behavior change, medications, medical nutrition therapy and special populations.


  • Diabetes Education Review Guide 4th Edition, 2017: Help you simulate exam day!  Includes 450 questions (2 practice exams with over 200 new questions plus 200 updated questions that reflect the latest guidelines).  Also includes helpful information on test taking success!





PrintAADE Art & Science Desk Reference 4th Edition – $239.99 


Published by AADE, The Art & Science Desk Reference (4th Ed) is the must-have resource for all diabetes educators. This Desk Reference is written by practicing Diabetes Educators for Diabetes Educators and provides the core knowledge and essential strategies and skills all educators need to facilitate behavior change in persons with diabetes. Boost your knowledge and keep current with all of the critical changes in the healthcare landscape. 

New Updates include:
  • practical information educators can use with patients to avoid complications and comorbidities
  • risks and benefits of CGM and the educator’s role in working with patients who use CGM
  • updated info on incorporating the ADA, AADE, and AND joint position statement and algorithm of care into a DSME program

Major Features:

  • Revised practice levels for diabetes educators 
  • Impact of the Affordable Care Act on diabetes education/educators 
  • Applying learning theory and cognitive science to the education plan 
  • Revised ADA/AND evidence-based nutrition recommendations
  • Current ADA/EASD consensus statement and AACE algorithm for pharmacologic therapies for people with type 2 diabetes.