Preparing for the CT Certification Exams
Despite the advances in other technologies such as MRI, the CT scan remains the "gold standard" in diagnosing many illnesses. Since so much value is placed on a single CT scan, the field of computed tomography remains one of the most essential of a hospital's diagnostic tools, and must have qualified staff to operate it. The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists offers an advanced certification in computed tomography, and if you're looking to get your CT certification, now is the best time to start preparing.
On this hours-long exam, you'll find questions about patient preparation, contrast agents, radiation safety, sectional anatomy, scanning procedures, special procedures, physics, and instrumentation. Don't let this list intimidate you--if you've done your preparation, you probably know most of what you'll need on the test. However, you may need some help in structuring your knowledge in a way that will help you score well on the test.
At HEALS Review, we offer two different practice tests of 150 questions that cover the whole range of topics in computed tomography. These have proven to be an invaluable resource for students who use them, as taking practice tests helps you identify where your skills need the most attention. Since our practice exams give you a complete explanation with every answer, you can use our simulated exams for guidance in your test-prep.
The ARRT exams are competitive, and there's no guarantee that anyone can pass on the first try. Being well-prepared is the surest way to demonstrate the full depth of your knowledge, and our materials can help you on your road to preparedness. There's no better source of review than HEALS Review, so order our study guides today!
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