In order to get many jobs, radiologic technologists must be certified by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT), which means they must pass their certification exam.
Kaplan Radiography Exam with CD-ROM provides individuals with a review of subjects covered by radiography students during their courses, as well as the information and review they need to pass this certification exam.
- Over 600 practice questions in each content area
- Full answer explanations for each question
- 2 full-length practice exams for certification in radiography
- CD-ROM with dynamic image radiograph library
- Tips for Tackling the Computer-Based Format
- Test-Taking Strategies
A person is certified by ARRT in radiography after completing educational preparation standards, complying with ethics standards, and passing a certification exam.
The exam is taken on computer and is timed. Candidates are presented with multiple-choice questions on a computer screen and asked to select an answer using either the keyboard or a mouse. The process allows candidates to review or change any answers to any questions prior to submitting the completed examination for scoring.
There were 12,000 test takers in 2004.
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About the Author
Karen Bonsignore, MA, RT is an associate professor in the Department of Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging at New York City College of Technology and is currently the project director of the Career ePortfolio web design project. She is certified in advanced imaging modalities, including mammography, quality management, and magnetic resonance imaging and computerized tomography. She has given numerous presentations on various radiology topics, most extensively ammography and breast imaging.
Myke Kudlas, MEd, RT s the director of the Mayo Clinic Radiography Program in Jacksonville, Florida, and assistant professor of Radiology in the Mayo Clinic College of Medicine. He has written and presented xtensively in the areas of radiography and education, and is an active member of the American Society of Radiologic Technologists, the Association of Educators in Imaging and Radiologic Sciences, and the Jacksonville Society of Radiologic Technologists. He is a former item writer for the Developmental Testing Program of the College of St. Catherine and the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists.
Dana Maiellaro, MEd, RT is an instructor in the Radiologic Technology Program at Nassau Community College. She also has an advanced certification in mammography. She has been program director of the Robert J. Hochstim School of Radiography at South Nassau Communities Hospital in New York and an assistant professor in the Department of Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging at New York City College of Technology. Her area of expertise is radiographic positioning and procedures, which she obtained working as both a diagnostic radiographer and CT technologist at several Level 1 trauma centers.
Abraham Thengampallil, MD is the former associate director of Medical Curriculum for Kaplan Medical. He received his MD at the State University of New York Health Science Center at Brooklyn (SUNY Downstate Medical Center) and did residency training in Pediatrics at the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center. Dr. Thengampallil currently works as a medical director for a medical education/strategic communications agency in New York.
Stinsey S. Thengampallil, RT has worked as a radiologic technologist in New York for more than 7 years. Her areas of clinical interest include mammography, bone densitometry, and diagnostic radiography. She received her Associate degree in Radiologic Technology and Medical Imaging from New York City College of Technology. She is a New York state–licensed radiologic technologist certified in diagnostic radiography by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). She is an active member of numerous professional organizations.