Remote Exam Information

To better ensure the health and safety of our candidates, the ABR has committed to a remote exam platform starting in 2021. The decision was made after weeks of consultation with key stakeholders, including candidates, programs, associations, and societies. We are continuing those discussions as we move forward in our exam development process. Transitioning from…
December 2020 | Volume 13, Issue 6 by J. Anthony Seibert, PhD, ABR Governor 2020;13(6):1 The end of the year is upon us – and what a year it has been! Amid another pandemic surge, the ABR is in a good situation by having taken action in June to move from on-site exams to remote…
Exam Developers Roll with the Changes Caused by COVID by Heather S. Hopkins, ABR Communications Coordinator 2020;13(6):10 ABR exam and Online Longitudinal Assessment (OLA) content is created by more than 600 volunteer radiologists, radiation oncologists, and physicists on numerous specialty-specific committees. Volunteers meet throughout the year to refine questions (“items”) and organize the material. Before…
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