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radsticker in Cypress, California

95 months ago

I am a CRT with over 17 years of experience indrer my belt. I have been employed the entire time and in good standing. I was layed off in February and I need the ARRT to get hired. I made some bad choices in my 20's when I graduated and struggled with some personal choices and never sat for the exam and got hired without it. Now it is mandatory. When I looked into sitting for the test, the ARRT denied my request. THe women told me I would have to repeat the entire 2 year program over . I found that to be ridiculous and very demeaning. The posts that were advising Techs on clearing their felonies with the ARRT got cleared so is there a possibility that I can be able to got permission without repeating a program? Has anyone else had the same situation happen to them?f so, were you able to take it and how did you go about it? Thanks everyone

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Advanced Placement Programs in Norco, California

95 months ago

Thank you for your response to my post. It was very helpful, however the link you sent did not work. I wanted to find the two schools that offer the program you spoke of. Would it be possible to send me the names of the two schools or perhaps a different link? Again, thank you very much for the advice.

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concerned in Pontiac, Michigan

66 months ago

I am enrolled in a radiation therapy program and graduate in one year. I am concerned on my inability to take the exam due to the fact that 9 years ago (2003) I received 2 possession of marijuana charges and a minor with a bac of .02 to .07 (zero tolerance statute). I recently received an operating while visibly impaired (2012). All of the offenses are misdemeanors that occurred in Michigan and I was wondering if I am even eligible to take the exam to become registered RT(T). Please help thank you.

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

66 months ago

Concerned, ARRT provides an opportunity for individuals to undergo an early ethics review by submitting an Ethics Review Pre-Application if they are at least six months away from graduation. You can find out more by visiting www.arrt.org/ethics or calling ARRT's Ethics Requirements Department.

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Peter Venkman in Tulsa, Oklahoma

65 months ago

ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota said: Concerned, ARRT provides an opportunity for individuals to undergo an early ethics review by submitting an Ethics Review Pre-Application if they are at least six months away from graduation. You can find out more by visiting www.arrt.org/ethics or calling ARRT's Ethics Requirements Department.

I have a problem. I just graduated and sent in my registry application.

However, I violated code 1 and 19 by not telling the ARRT about three charges. Two were DUIs, which I believed (incorrectly) to have been expunged from my record.

And the third was a civil restraining order that a man put on me. Yet I was never served by a police officer or a process server. And I live in Oklahoma...and he lives in San Francisco. So I wasn't even aware that I had the restraining order until the ARRT sent me a letter wanting to know why I didn't tell them about it when I sent my registry application in.

Anyway, my question is this: Due to my code violation, what is the likely outcome? Should I start looking for another profession?

WORRIED SICK!!!!!

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Peter Venkman in Tulsa, Oklahoma

65 months ago

Again, I'm not asking for a specific answer.

Just, based on previous situations (because I'm sure I'm not the first to do this) what will the ARRT likely do?

I will not hear back from them until the middle of June. And I'm a nervous wreck at the moment. A few of my professors say I should be concerned. But it's not their butts on the line.

Also, I forgot to add, the ARRT wanted documentation of the events and an explanation as to why I didn't tell them about it in the charges in the first place. So I got all the paper work the Ethics Committee requested and wrote an explanation about how stupid I am.

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

65 months ago

ARRT’s Ethics Requirements Department is available to answer questions about ethics-related items, and can be reached by calling the ARRT office.

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Peter Venkman in Tulsa, Oklahoma

65 months ago

ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota said: ARRT’s Ethics Requirements Department is available to answer questions about ethics-related items, and can be reached by calling the ARRT office.

Well, I'm assuming from your answer (or lack of an answer), I'm screwed.

It is very disturbing and depressing to realize that I have wasted two years of my life...and $12,000. I am very upset :(

Anyway, thanks for your help.

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Newoldguy in Port Richey, Florida

63 months ago

I am considering applying to an ARRT recognized Radiography program. The program requires no felonies, and no drug offenses for a 15 year period. Is this the same requirement for the board? I had a couple of marijuana possession (less than an ounce) and a DUI, all prior to 1997. Would this hinder me from certification? I'm a single dad with custody, and I don't want to waste time or money on a degree I can't use. I did that already with a commercial photography degree.

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micki in Beatty, Oregon

63 months ago

radsticker in Cypress, California said: I am a CRT with over 17 years of experience indrer my belt. I have been employed the entire time and in good standing. I was layed off in February and I need the ARRT to get hired. I made some bad choices in my 20's when I graduated and struggled with some personal choices and never sat for the exam and got hired without it. Now it is mandatory. When I looked into sitting for the test, the ARRT denied my request. THe women told me I would have to repeat the entire 2 year program over . I found that to be ridiculous and very demeaning. The posts that were advising Techs on clearing their felonies with the ARRT got cleared so is there a possibility that I can be able to got permission without repeating a program? Has anyone else had the same situation happen to them?f so, were you able to take it and how did you go about it? Thanks everyone

Your letter was very interesting. I graduated from xray school in 1974 and have not had a problem working or finding a job until recently. I also have the CRT license. But not able to take the ARRT exam because of the length of time since graduation. After 38 years of working in the field, this is really a disgrace!!!!!
I'm living in Nevada now and will NEVER let my CRT in Ca lapse!!!

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

63 months ago

Newoldguy in Port Richey, Florida said: I am considering applying to an ARRT recognized Radiography program. The program requires no felonies, and no drug offenses for a 15 year period. Is this the same requirement for the board? I had a couple of marijuana possession (less than an ounce) and a DUI, all prior to 1997. Would this hinder me from certification? I'm a single dad with custody, and I don't want to waste time or money on a degree I can't use. I did that already with a commercial photography degree.

Thanks for the question. We recommend you call ARRT's Ethics Requirements Department (www.arrt.org/contact-us) so that we can provide you with the most complete information based on your situation.

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

63 months ago

ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota said: Thanks for the question. We recommend you call ARRT's Ethics Requirements Department ( www.arrt.org/contact-us ) so that we can provide you with the most complete information based on your situation.

LINK CORRECTION: Thanks for the question. We recommend you call ARRT's Ethics Requirements Department (www.arrt.org/Contact-ARRT) so that we can provide you with the most complete information based on your situation.

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Peter Venkman in Tulsa, Oklahoma

63 months ago

Newoldguy in Port Richey, Florida said: I am considering applying to an ARRT recognized Radiography program. The program requires no felonies, and no drug offenses for a 15 year period. Is this the same requirement for the board? I had a couple of marijuana possession (less than an ounce) and a DUI, all prior to 1997. Would this hinder me from certification? I'm a single dad with custody, and I don't want to waste time or money on a degree I can't use. I did that already with a commercial photography degree.

www.arrt.org/pdfs/publications/Annual-Reports/Annual-Report.pdf

Newoldguy,

The above link is to an ARRT Annual Report from 2010. If you go to page 33, you will see that the Ethics Committee reviewed around 2,800 cases in '10. Of those roughly 2,800 only 6 people were denied eligibility to take the registry. To put it another way, only .002% of those individuals that had their cases reviewed got denied a license.

The data (from an official ARRT Annual Report) is very promising for someone in your situation. It's not that the ARRT doesn't have high standards and lets everyone in.

It's just that, as long as you're upfront about your past and provide documentation to prove you've completed all punishments imposed on you by the court, there is a 99.9% chance you will be accepted into a program and allowed to get a license from the ARRT.

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elpaso

57 months ago

I lost my ARRT registry about twelve years ago, i was taking a certification class for Radiation Safety Officer, a three month course 24 CEUs, when i asked for an extentsion i was denied. between than and five months ago i was doing fine. now i cant even get hired, i have been without work for five months. I have been an outstanding technologist for twenty plus years. I'v worked my way up the ladder and now i can't even get a job as a radiology technologist, it's frustrating you give your life and soul to treat others to be denied work in something that you truly enjoy doing. I did try to take the exam, i failed, than after that there was no heart in following through, there was so much family death. I need help, taking the course all over again is too much, finacially i can't. Please help me.

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dadlynn in Naples, Florida

57 months ago

Hi.My husband need help studying to pass his ARRt test. He took a 2x and failed. Any help about materials and training would help. Thank you

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toffy in Las Vegas, Nevada

57 months ago

i just arrived from the philippines and i am a BSRT graduate in the philippines...how and where can i apply or get a license or certification to work as a radiologic technologist here in vegas?what are the requirements?

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radtechstudent in fresno, California

55 months ago

afriend in Santa Maria, California said: I have a very dear friend who was a certified RAD Tech and had obtained AART Certification. He was suspended after reporting he was convicted of a misdemeanor. He was suspended for 3 years . Now years later, he unfortunately received a felony conviction for a domestic violence charge. He renewed his California license each year and has taken the necessary continued eduction. Now is there any hope at all of him being able to get certified by the AART again to continue practicing. It has been over 4 years suspension.

what was he suspended for? this would help out a lot of people

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haley in Upper Marlboro, Maryland

52 months ago

dadlynn in Naples, Florida said: Hi.My husband need help studying to pass his ARRt test. He took a 2x and failed. Any help about materials and training would help. Thank you

I am in the same position did he find more materials or training

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radtechstudent in fresno, California

52 months ago

haley in Upper Marlboro, Maryland said: I am in the same position did he find more materials or

Go to radrevieweasy.com

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Haley in Upper Marlboro, Maryland

52 months ago

radtechstudent in fresno, California said:

Thanks but I need help with ARRT RT(T) exam that site is for RT(R)

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john doe in Escondido, California

42 months ago

I understand the ARRT has an ethics review, however, some of us as students do not have the income to pay $100 for a YES or NO answer on top of court documents. I have a 3-year-old Misdemeanor possession of Marijuana/Internal use of, would this disqualify me? My hopes and dreams of becoming a Rad Tech and much more completely hit the fan when I was in the wrong situation at the wrong time at age 19, now being 25, I am set in becoming what so many have already become.

I am in the process of expunging my record, mostly setting aside to the law definitions, and in turn hope this helps my situation--giving my family pride in what I have done to become a professional in the medical field. This forum is old, but can anyone who is ARRT current clarify with more than the basic contact this company and so and so?

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Laura in Alexandria, Louisiana

33 months ago

Peter Venkman in Tulsa, Oklahoma said: www.arrt.org/pdfs/publications/Annual-Reports/Annual-Report.pdf

Newoldguy,

The above link is to an ARRT Annual Report from 2010. If you go to page 33, you will see that the Ethics Committee reviewed around 2,800 cases in '10. Of those roughly 2,800 only 6 people were denied eligibility to take the registry. To put it another way, only .002% of those individuals that had their cases reviewed got denied a license.

The data (from an official ARRT Annual Report) is very promising for someone in your situation. It's not that the ARRT doesn't have high standards and lets everyone in.

It's just that, as long as you're upfront about your past and provide documentation to prove you've completed all punishments imposed on you by the court , there is a 99.9% chance you will be accepted into a program and allowed to get a license from the ARRT.

Peter,
Did you ever get response from ARRT?

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Ramon in Bay Area in San Francisco, California

29 months ago

Hello, I'm a graduate from the Philippines majoring in Radiologic Technology. I'm required to take advance placement program to be eligible to sit on the arrt examination. Does anyone know a good school for advance placement program for radiology. If there is anyone there with the same case. Please message me.

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New_me in Nicholasville, Kentucky

26 months ago

john doe in Escondido, California said: I understand the ARRT has an ethics review, however, some of us as students do not have the income to pay $100 for a YES or NO answer on top of court documents. I have a 3-year-old Misdemeanor possession of Marijuana/Internal use of, would this disqualify me? My hopes and dreams of becoming a Rad Tech and much more completely hit the fan when I was in the wrong situation at the wrong time at age 19, now being 25, I am set in becoming what so many have already become.

I am in the process of expunging my record, mostly setting aside to the law definitions, and in turn hope this helps my situation--giving my family pride in what I have done to become a professional in the medical field. This forum is old, but can anyone who is ARRT current clarify with more than the basic contact this company and so and so?

I am not an ARRT current but i am a student who have 7 more months to go before i can take the boards..... i was at the same boat that u are/were in and i had to go through all these hoops to be cleared. Mine happened 7 years ago and i definitely turned my life around. Married with two kids and now also finishing up the program. Please please do not be discouraged, i know $100 is a lot (trust me,coz it is for me) but that $100 was the best investment i have ever made to know exactly what i needed to do for my family. F u decide to go through this route, include all letter of recommendations that u can get from employers and/or if ur in college already, get as many from ur professors as well. They will need very detailed information about what happened and it always helps to show them wht you"ve done so far to turn ur life around. I was also recommended to see a drug counselor for an evaluation just to make sure that i am over those days. It is very easy to get discouraged because of the stupid things that we did when we were younger, but please dont let it stop u from following ur dreams.

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mm in Hollywood, Florida

25 months ago

OK so i hope someone can answer this question as i think it has not been answered since my case is a bit different. I am currently in a radiography program and am doing well, scheduled to graduate june 2016. Unfortunately for me i got arrested in April 2015 while still in the program. I had 2 aderal pills (OF WHICH NOW I HAVE LEGIT PRESCRIPTIONS FOR) and was charged with 2nd degree felony possession of amphetamines. My question is, what are my chances of being allowed to sit for the registry exam?

My program did not require a pre-app. About 9 years ago i had another felony grand theft charge that i thought was expunged so i never reported it, but just my bad luck it never was expunged. Someone back a couple of months said if you have a felony drug charge you have to wait 3 years after the resolution of ones case to be cleared by ARRT. BUT FOR ME that would mean i would have to do the program all over again (clinicals and all) since my drug court wont be over unitl OCT 2016. then all the chrge will be dropped by the state.

Does that mean 3 years from OCT 2016?? that would be over the time limit one has to sit for the registry exam after they have completed the certification program. doea the fact i have a legitimate prescription (even after the arrest) get taken into account or am i screwed.

If ANYONE can shed some light on this i would greatly appreciate it. I want to go to my program director but am scared he might kick me out. I dont know what to do, iahve spent soo much time and effort into this. Any help or advice would be great.

(p.s they did a background check when i applied for the program and my previous felony did not show up,no one said anything about it)

please someone help i cant sleep at night.

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

25 months ago

The ARRT Ethics Committee reviews each individual matter on a case by case basis taking into account all aggravating and mitigating factors. Some of the factors considered include whether it was a felony or misdemeanor offense, how long ago it occurred, and whether court conditions were completed successfully.

Individuals who are in an educational program and more than six months in advance of graduation can utilize the Ethics Review Pre-Application process to determine their ethics eligibility. An information packet can be found at www.arrt.org/pdfs/Ethics/Ethics-Review-Pre-Application.pdf.

ARRT’s Ethics Department would be happy to discuss the review process with you and answer any questions you may have. You can reach an ethics representative by calling ARRT.

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ARRT Staff in St. Paul, Minnesota

23 months ago

Thanks for the question. ARRT does not grant exceptions for eligibility for certification and registration, and three exam attempts is the maximum allowed before a candidate needs to re-establish eligibility. The program director at a candidate’s previous educational program may be a good resource for identifying advanced placement options; a list can also be found at www.arrt.org/education/educational-programs. For questions about what’s required to work in the field, we recommend individuals check with their state licensing departments, health departments and/or potential employers to determine the requirements. ARRT’s Initial Certification Department is happy to answer additional questions about eligibility requirements. They can be reached by calling ARRT.

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CRT IN Ca in Palo Alto, California

23 months ago

radsticker in Cypress, California said: I am a CRT with over 17 years of experience indrer my belt. I have been employed the entire time and in good standing. I was layed off in February and I need the ARRT to get hired. I made some bad choices in my 20's when I graduated and struggled with some personal choices and never sat for the exam and got hired without it. Now it is mandatory. When I looked into sitting for the test, the ARRT denied my request. THe women told me I would have to repeat the entire 2 year program over . I found that to be ridiculous and very demeaning. The posts that were advising Techs on clearing their felonies with the ARRT got cleared so is there a possibility that I can be able to got permission without repeating a program? Has anyone else had the same situation happen to them?f so, were you able to take it and how did you go about it? Thanks everyone

I am in the same position tech since 1988 so what did you do. Were you able to go back to work.

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Lyster in Honolulu, Hawaii

16 months ago

Ramon in Bay Area in San Francisco, California said: Hello, I'm a graduate from the Philippines majoring in Radiologic Technology. I'm required to take advance placement program to be eligible to sit on the arrt examination. Does anyone know a good school for advance placement program for radiology. If there is anyone there with the same case. Please message me.

Hi Sir Ramon! Im Lyster P. Estoconing, we have the same case. Im just migrated from the philippines abd im also looking for a school with advanced placement program in radiography. I just want to ask if you already found a school? and if its okey if you can share your experiences. It will be a great help for me. Thank you.

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Janet in Las Vegas, Nevada

15 months ago

Lyster in Honolulu, Hawaii said: Hi Sir Ramon! Im Lyster P. Estoconing, we have the same case. Im just migrated from the philippines abd im also looking for a school with advanced placement program in radiography. I just want to ask if you already found a school? and if its okey if you can share your experiences. It will be a great help for me. Thank you.

Hi guys. Im Janet I just migrated from the Philippines. And im looking on how to get a certification or liscene examination. Can you guys help me on what should i do. Thanks!

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Paula from Calif in Gilroy, California

15 months ago

I was in clinic based program which was 2 hours from my home and because of a family crisis, emotional exhaustion, and phyiscal exhaustion 5 months into the program I screwed up on an exam and was placed on probation for 60 days. I did not pass my probation and was dismissed from the program. Mean while I came up on the wait list for another program, but because I was dismissed from the first program I am waiting on a pre-ethics review from the ARRT review to determine whether I can it boards when I graduate in 2018.My whole future is in the hands of tHe ARRT. The ARRT ethics customer service told me its probably fine but they cant really tell me. Is there any one out there ever gone through this? What was the outcome? I can't be the only person to go through this. I have waited 20 years to do this and vendors though I failed the first time I am determined to fulfill my dreams. If anyone has experienced this please comment

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Elvira in Melrose Park, Illinois

14 months ago

Hello,

I was wondering if anyone had a situation like mine and if you guys can help me figure out what to do next.

I graduated from my radiology program in 2012 I failed my test once and had another two chance and never took it. I had family issues and emergency that made it impossible for me to complete the three chance three rule ... did anyone hear of advance placement? Is there anyway i can still work without taking the board exam? Because I did complete a two year program (not including years for the prerequisites) . I just need help. Any advice would do me a huge favor. Thanks

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Bigmv in Chicago, Illinois

13 months ago

The ARRT is not required to perform X-rays, or at least, get a license in several states. I passed the ARRT rad tech exam and was a member for twenty-years. They sent me a letter after one of my renewals stating they were "auditing" my CEU's. I became upset and called the three states I am licensed in. My question: Is it mandatory to be a member of the ARRT to practice radiology in your state. I have been an x-ray tech since 1987: what need do I have for the ARRT. They don't provide CEU's like the ASRT? All three states told me, legally, you do not need to be a member of the ARRT to practice. I dropped the ARRT and joined the ASRT. Having said this, each state renews my license but many-if not all radiology institutions-will not hire you without ARRT certification. By the way, I had no run-ins with the law. To validate my belief in not needing the ARRT, I spoke with another RT and told her, I passed my nursing board; but I don't have to belong to the American Nursing Association. The ARRT is nothing more than a self-serving bureaucracy. Lastly, now the Veterans Administration is allowing nurse practitioners and physician assistants to take x-rays without formal education and licensure. Where is the ARRT????????????????

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Jay in Knoxville, Tennessee

11 months ago

I have failed my ARRT registry 3 times now and feel like a complete idiot when it comes to taking tests. I graduated back in May, 2016 and have been working at a hospital ever since. They gave me 6 months to pass and now my time is almost up. I don't have any problems with hands on work just issues with the registry how things are worded and the type of questions. I feel like I wasted 2 years and out of a lot of money if I can't continue to work in this field. What am I to do now?

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Jay in Knoxville, Tennessee

11 months ago

Jay in Knoxville, Tennessee said: I have failed my ARRT registry 3 times now and feel like a complete idiot when it comes to taking tests. I graduated back in May, 2016 and have been working at a hospital ever since. They gave me 6 months to pass and now my time is almost up. I don't have any problems with hands on work just issues with the registry how things are worded and the type of questions. I feel like I wasted 2 years and out of a lot of money if I can't continue to work in this field. What am I to do now?

I will also mention I studied mosbys, corectec and rad review easy and still didn't pass. What could I possibly be doing wrong?

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Fcrowder49 in Lake Oswego, Oregon

11 months ago

What were the areas you were week in. Go through all your class handouts if u still have them.
Order Registry study guides from online sources.

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yafied in Dumfries, Virginia

10 months ago

I graduated 2014 i took the ARRT test 3 time and i filed. is there any possibility re take the test with in 6month. or do i have to go again school for 1 year? thank you

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Jay in Canton, North Carolina

10 months ago

yafied in Dumfries, Virginia said: I graduated 2014 i took the ARRT test 3 time and i filed. is there any possibility re take the test with in 6month. or do i have to go again school for 1 year? thank you

You can go back to school again or try to talk to your program director about advanced placement. If you do advanced placement you have to pass each final for the classes and recomp all mandatory and elective procedures and if you do that you will be eligible to take the registry again. That's the only 2 ways that I have saw.

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yafied in Dumfries, Virginia

10 months ago

thank you Jay to be more specific the advance placement has specific year or you can start any time and finished with in short period of time? thanks again

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Jay in Canton, North Carolina

10 months ago

From what I gathered you start whenever a normal semester of school starts and you can get it done however long it takes you to get the comps and pass the tests. Could be 3 months could be 6 months or even longer. If your at a busy hospital then you could probably get the comps quickly especially since you know how to xray already. The testing part you take them whenever you feel comfortable taking each one. I will probably be starting this ordeal in January that's how I can tell you about it

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Sarah D. in Kansas City, Missouri

6 months ago

Hi,

For those that were talking about advance placement program, did you guys started? if so, how was it? did you finished and passed the board exam? please give me some info as I'm going through with it now.

Thanks.

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Jay in Sparta, Tennessee

6 months ago

I will finish up with it in mid April. It hasn't been bad really. I got all comps rather easily and finishing up all the final exams for each class now. I got five left. I had to do 40 clinical days and got 12 left and had the comps done in 20 days. Luckily though I am at a great hospital and the techs are awesome. I take my last finals on April 11 then I am registry eligible again.

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Sarah D. in Kansas City, Missouri

6 months ago

Jay in Sparta, Tennessee said: I will finish up with it in mid April. It hasn't been bad really. I got all comps rather easily and finishing up all the final exams for each class now. I got five left. I had to do 40 clinical days and got 12 left and had the comps done in 20 days. Luckily though I am at a great hospital and the techs are awesome. I take my last finals on April 11 then I am registry eligible again.

What school? And is it online?

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Jay in Bakewell, Tennessee

6 months ago

It is in Middle Tennessee and it is where I did the Radiology program through and they had never done the advanced placement before. It is not online. I have to go to clinical three days a week and do the registry prep class which is one day a week

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Dimples in Riverview, Florida

6 months ago

I took the Radiation Therapy exam twice and failed it. I have more try to go and I don't want to fail it the third time. I used the Mosby questions and Washington Leaver book with other materials but some how there are still stuff on the board that am not being familiar with. Does anyone have any advice on what other materials or website that I can use. Thank You!

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