Studying for the Exam
Last verified on December 20, 2018
ABR exams are developed by volunteers from a wide range of practice settings and reflect the breadth of information a candidate is expected to know by the time of an exam. While we offer study guides on our website, each candidate should decide what type of resources he or she should use for our exams. Candidates who use test preparation materials developed by other organizations or commercial entities should not expect an ABR exam to completely align with these materials regarding the scope or item types on ABR exams.
Required Module: Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology Study Guide
The Essentials of Diagnostic Radiology module will contain Noninterpretive Skills (NIS) content. The Noninterpretive Skills Resource Guide
provides detailed content that examinees are expected to know to answer the NIS questions. All material that will be included in the NIS module is included in the syllabus. If changes are made to this exam module, the syllabus will be updated accordingly.
Clinical Category Study Guides (three to be chosen by the diplomate – see Certifying Exam Landing Page)
The second portion of the Radioisotope Safety Exam (RISE) is also integrated into the Certifying Exam. For studying, please refer to the RISE Study Guide
or the RISE portion of the Core Exam Study Guide
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