MOC Exam (Traditional)
- One required module: Essentials of Radiation Oncology
- Two Clinical Practice Area (CPA) modules selected by the diplomate
Exam RegistrationTo register for the radiation oncology MOC exam, you will first need to create your practice profile under the Cognitive Expertise section of myABR by clicking “Add Practice Profile.” After you have created your practice profile, you will receive an email confirmation of the modules you have selected, followed by a separate email with the next steps to register for the MOC exam. Please be sure to register early to have the best chance of getting a seat at the Pearson VUE site of your choice.
|November 2, 2017 Exam Registration Deadline: September 21, 2017||Pearson VUE Testing Centers|
Study GuidesA Study Guide for the Radiation Oncology MOC Exam and a Syllabus for the Non-clinical Skills (NCS) material are available. The majority of NCS questions will be taken from the material covered in this syllabus.
American Joint Commission on Cancer (AJCC) Staging
In all instances where questions relate to disease staging of contemporaneous cases or hypothetical situations, the correct staging system will be the most current as published by the AJCC (at this time, Ed. 7, dated 1/1/2010). In instances where questions refer to previously reported clinical trials, staging will relate to the system in place at the time of the specific report.
The 2017 radiation oncology exams will be based on the AJCC Staging Manual, 7thEdition; the 2018 radiation oncology exams will be based on the AJCC Staging Manual, 8thEdition.