Any aspiring Radiologist knows that the key to passing the Radiology Certifying Exam is to study. The American Board of Radiology Certifying Exam is an image-rich and computer administered exam that focuses on the synthesis of information, differential diagnosis, and patient management. Candidates must pass the Qualifying (Core) Exam before sitting for the Certifying Exam.
There are many different ways to study for the Radiology boards, but the most important things to remember are to start studying early, stay calm, and get plenty of sleep. Using practice tests to quiz yourself is a great way to focus your study plan and gauge your current knowledge.
Can you handle these Radiology Certifying practice questions?
How did you do? Whether you aced it or still have some work to do, you are on the right track to passing the Radiology Certifying Exam.
The Radiology Certifying Exam is seven and a half hours long and consists of four modules: Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology, and Clinical Practice Modules selected by the testtaker based on his or her practice emphasis.
Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology Module
This required module covers basic knowledge every radiologist should know. The Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology module also contains the following general knowledge and Noninterpretive skills (NIS) content:
- Recognition and Management of Contrast Reactions
- Error Prevention
- Communication Skills
- Other Aspects of Practice
Clinical Practice Modules
The other three modules found on the Certifying Exam are in clinical practice areas selected by the individual, based on training, experience, and practice emphasis. In each exam, up to three different practice areas may be chosen.
The clinical practice areas available are:
- General Radiology
- Vascular and Interventional Radiology
How can you prepare for the Radiology Certifying Exam?
The BoardVitals Radiology Certifying Exam question bank offers more than 1,550 practice questions created by people who have passed the exam. The questions have a high concentration of image based content targeted to cover the content for the ABR Certifying Exam. Over 170 of the questions cover the non-interpretive skills portion of the exam. Questions also cover the Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology portion of the exam. Each question comes with a detailed explanation and evidence-based rationale. You can take the exam in timed mode to simulate the pressure of the real exam.
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