Core Practice Exam

Core Practice Exam

Last verified on September 22, 2020
The Core Practice Exam is a resource for candidates preparing for the Diagnostic Radiology Core Exam.
The content selected for this practice exam is a sample of what could be found on a Core Exam, including question formats and content areas covered. The best way to use this practice exam is to take it in one sitting without reviewing the answers as you go, as if you were taking an actual exam. An answer key, which can be printed, has been provided for the exam.
You can access the practice exam from the ABR website by clicking here. Please note that using Internet Explorer 10 or the latest version of Google Chrome on a desktop operating system will provide you with the most complete experience. Mobile device browsers are not supported.  

Core Practice Exam FAQs

How do I log in to the Core Practice Exam?
Enter you credentials accordingly:
Candidate Code: Your ABR ID
Validation Code: Your password in myABR
Launch Code: Enter “core”
Where are the Practice Exam answers?
Answers can be found in the Answer Key.
Scores for the Practice Exam are not generated. If you wish to manually calculate your score, please compare your answers to the Answer Key found above.
What is the point of the Practice Exam?
The Core Practice Exam is intended to help you gain familiarity with the exam software. It is not intended to be a comprehensive overview of content or questions found on the exam. To find the latest versions of Core Exam Study Resources, please visit here.
How many questions are on the Practice Exam?
There are 100 items on the exam. A tutorial precedes the practice questions.
How many times may I take the Practice Exam?
As often as you’d like. It will need to be reset before taking it again. To reset, please visit here.
Once there, enter your Candidate Code (your ABR ID) and Validation Code (myABR password), and click “Log In.” Your Practice Exam will be reset.
Will my responses be saved if I walk away or take a break?
Closing your internet browser will not save your responses. After a long period of inactivity, the exam may time out, and your responses will not be saved.