Why Must Candidates Travel for Diagnostic Radiology Initial Certification Exams?

Delivering our exams at local commercial testing centers has been a topic of conversation for many years. We understand the discontent about added cost for travel and stress of being away from families and training programs. We take this very seriously and are working hard to find more manageable solutions.
In the next few weeks, we will be posting our annual report, a publication that covers notable achievements by our organization and diplomates in 2018.
We are often asked why it takes so long to get results after administration of our computer-based exams. They are scored relatively quickly, but after that we do a detailed analysis of the results for each item.
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