Simulated Registry Exams
Preparing for the Nuclear Medicine Certification Exams
When you're preparing for the ARRT Certification Exam in nuclear medicine, you want to make sure that you are as prepared as you can possibly be. That means that you need to know the material, and you also need to be comfortable taking the computer-based test. At HEALS Review, we provide review textbooks and practice test software to help you do your best on your ARRT exams.
For the primary certification in nuclear medicine, you need to have mastered several topics in the field of nuclear medicine. You should know how to prepare and operate diagnostic procedures using radioactive materials, how to adequately protect yourself and patients from radiation, how to prepare radiopharmaceuticals, how to use and care for your instruments, and how to provide the best patient care possible.
For nuclear medicine, you're looking at a 200-question, four-hour exam! We know that the best preparation is practice, which is why we offer two completely different practice exams for you. These materials are also ideal for schools and instructors looking to create a comprehensive course; our materials can save you significant time without compromising quality.
In addition, we offer two different computer-based practice tests. These tests allow you to practice taking the ARRT exam while in a comfortable environment, so that you know just what to expect on exam day. We model our practice exams precisely after the real certification exam, so that everything from difficulty of questions to the length of the test is as authentic as possible.
Software is for IBM PC. For more information, please see our FAQ page.