Survey Shows Core Exam Content Rising in Relevancy

Survey Shows Core Exam Content Rising in Relevancy

Item writing for ABR exams is a rigorous iterative process of editing and critical review by volunteer content experts. The goal is not only to reduce ambiguity and confusion for certification candidates but also to enhance the relevance of content across the domain of the specialty. Although this is a continuing pursuit, our recent exit survey from the February Diagnostic Radiology Core Exam confirms progress over recent years.

 

The numbers indicate the percentage of respondents who “Agreed” or “Strongly Agreed” that “the content of the exam was relevant.

 

 

2018

2019

2021

Organ System

52

62

76

Modality

57

64

77

Physics

41

44

62

Noninterpretive Skills

47

41

71

 

Many thanks to our many talented volunteers who generously contribute to the success of this ongoing process.

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