ARRT Exam Review for Radiography (Rad Techs)

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“This is a great collection of Radiography questions, answers, and explanations. It’s clear that only top writers were selected for this qbank”

Janie Perritt
RT, Texas

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ARRT Radiography Board Review Topics Covered:

  • Image Production
  • Procedures
  • Patient Care
  • Safety

About the ARRT Radiography Exam

The ARRT Radiography Exam's purpose is to gauge whether the candidate has the knowledge and skills required both to function as an entry-level radiologic technologist and to provide safe, effective patient care.

What is covered on the ARRT Radiography Exam?

According to the ARRT Radiography Examination Content Specifications, the follow topics are covered:

Patient Care 33 Questions

  • Patient Interactions and Management

Safety 53 Questions

  • Radiation Physics and Radiobiology
  • Radiation Protection

Image Production 50 Questions

  • Image Acquisition and Technical Evaluation
  • Equipment Operation and Quality Assurance

Procedures 64 Questions

  • Head, Spine and Pelvis Procedures
  • Thorax and Abdomen Procedures
  • Extremity Procedures

ARRT Radiography Exam Preparation Tips

There are 200 total questions on the ARRT Radiography Exam. The exam itself focuses on the basics – and is meant to ensure that radiologic technologists are prepared for an entry level position. This means that definitions are tested, and straight-forward questions are the primary focus of this examination. Students frequently remark that there is an emphasis on safety that is higher than many school curriculums.

The BoardVitals question bank mirrors the content allocation that is found on the ARRT exam. Our question bank enables you to select specific categories to study from. You can also create a timed exam from a number of categories to simulate the real test.

Make sure you familiarize yourself with the various question formats to expect on the exam.