The radiation-therapy-review.com website saves you time as you efficiently study for the American Registry of Radiologic Technologist Examination in Radiation Therapy.
The radiation-therapy-review.com website provides value by clearly focusing your attention on topics that are directly related to the examination.
As we begin our exploration of this topic, we would ask that
you take one specific action; which is, to find the content specification as
well as printed out. Please open your
web browser. Navigate to Google.com or your favorite search engine like Yahoo.com.
Once you have a search bar type: American Registry of
Radiologic Technologist content specification.
Now navigate to the ARRT
Content Specification for the Radiation Therapy Examination. Please make
sure that you have identified the current content specification. The current
content specification has an implementation date of January 2014. We have made
things easy for you by including a hyperlink above to the content specification
into PDF format.
The reason we are stressing the importance of your
downloading the content specification is that it contains detailed information
on the topics which will make up the examination. We suggest that you print the content
specification since you can use this document as a road map to assist you in
There are five main content areas which make up the examination. These areas are:
The front page of the content specification contains information on the number of test questions appearing in each category along with their percentage of the test.
The following pages of the content specification contain a detailed overview of examination sub-topics which make up each main content area. This website is organized as per the content specification to allow you to review all content areas.
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