Initial Certification for Medical Physics

Part 3 (Oral) Exam

Last verified on June 19, 2017
The third exam you will take is the Part 3 oral exam. This exam is designed to test your knowledge and fitness to practice applied medical physics in your specified specialty. You will be examined by five physics examiners, each of whom will ask one question from each of the five physics categories of the exam.
The Part 3 oral exam includes the same material as the Part 2 computer-based exam, but with a strong emphasis on practicing clinical medical physics, clinical judgment, and communication. Successful completion of Parts 2 and 3 demonstrate a level of achievement that is necessary for a medical physicist to practice independently.
This exam is currently conducted annually in late May or early June at a hotel in Louisville, Kentucky.
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