MOC Exam (Traditional)
Last verified on June 19, 2017Part 3 page). The traditional MOC Exam described below is needed only in limited situations. You can determine your need to take the MOC Exam by logging in to myABR. If you still have questions about whether or not you need to take the MOC Exam, please call (520) 790-2900 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org. The ABR’s MOC exam for medical physicists is a computer-based, proctored exam administered at Pearson VUE Test Centers. The exam is multiple-choice format and covers core knowledge (approximately 30 percent) and current evolving technologies (approximately 70 percent). Multiple certificate holders must complete the exam for each discipline in which they hold a certificate.
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Exam RegistrationYou must be current with your MOC fees to register for the MOC exam. Exam registration opens through Pearson VUE one year prior to the exam. Please be sure to register early to have the best chance of getting a seat at the Pearson VUE site of your choice. For more information about registration, go to http://pearsonvue.com.
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