If you have been searching for ARRT prep courses, you've come to the right place. Varsity Tutors offers comprehensive one-on-one ARRT classes that can help students build up their self-confidence heading into exam day. ARRT is an acronym for The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists, an organization that provides several different credentials in the fields of medical imaging, interventional procedures, and radiation therapy. If you feel that you could benefit from an ARRT prep class to improve your study skills, reach out to an Educational Consultant today for more information!
Each ARRT certification is associated with a specialized exam designed with a specific field in mind. The following table provides some basic information concerning the structure of the various ARRT tests:
|Primary Exams||# Questions||Total Time (in Hours)|
|Nuclear Medicine Technology||220||4|
|Magnetic Resonance Imaging||220||4|
Needless to say, your ARRT course should cover different content depending on the exam you want to take. Each of our ARRT courses involves individualized instruction within a private learning environment, ensuring that you spend all of your ARRT class time on topics you need to know. For example, you won't study sonography if you are preparing for the ARRT Nuclear Medicine Technology test.
A private ARRT class can also provide an ideal environment to take practice exams under realistic test-taking conditions. All ARRT exams are timed, meaning that you need to keep the clock in mind as you work. If you find that you are consistently unable to finish the entire test in the time available to you, your instructor can share proven test-taking strategies during ARRT prep classes to help you decide when it is time to choose an answer and move on.
Taking practice tests can also help you identify your strengths and any areas of opportunity that could benefit from more work. For example, let's say that you are having a hard time with a specific concept on the Nuclear Medicine Technology test. Your instructor can zero in on it during your ARRT course until you are ready to move on. In contrast, many competing programs have artificial time constraints that limit how much time may be spent on a given topic whether a student is ready to move on or not.
If you already hold ARRT membership and seek to expand your expertise to another area, the organization also offers "postprimary credential" programs to streamline the process. Here is a graphic listing some of the postprimary programs available:
- Bone Densitometry
- Breast Sonography
- Cardiac Interventional Radiography
- Computed Tomography
- Magnetic Resonance Imaging
- Registered Radiologist Assistant
- Vascular Interventional Radiography
- Vascular Sonography
- Quality Management
You need to pass the corresponding test to earn a postprimary credential. Working in a private learning environment permits your instructor to cater your ARRT course to your individual needs. For example, a discussion format may help an auditory learner grasp the material, while a visual learner might prefer something that helps them visualize abstract concepts. All of your work can also receive timely feedback, and you always have an expert to turn to when questions arise.
We also do our best to refer every client to an instructor who can accommodate their schedule. Our exclusive Live Learning Platform facilitates digital study sessions, giving you the benefits of a face-to-face meeting without the corresponding logistical headache. You're busy, and you don't want to stop living your life just to prepare for a test. We believe that you shouldn't need to.
If all of this sounds like the ARRT prep course you have been searching for, give us a call today to get the process started!
Laura: ARRT course instructor
Bachelor's Degree in Science / Radiologic Sciences / Competent in Radiology , CT, and Radiation Therapy board examinations. I am a hard working enthusiastic girl willing to go above and beyond in helping you reach your goals to success! Let me be your tutor and get you started in your career.
Shawna: ARRT course instructor
As a healthcare professional I inspire values that recognize the inherent dignity of every person. Through personal adversities and my diverse professions, I've learned to exemplify the inherent characteristics I possess to cultivate an inclusive environment in every room I walk into, an environment where differences are recognized and respected by serving as a catalyst, providing support, and ensuring collaboration and accountability.