How many questions are on the NMTCB exam?

How many questions are on the NMTCB exam?

The NMTCB(CT) exam will be administered nationally by IQT, Inc. Specific testing locations are available to view at IQT Testing Locations. The examination consists of 200 multiple choice questions with three hours and 30 minutes to complete the exam. The application fee is $185.00.

How do I get NMTCB certified?

Eligibility requirements to sit for the Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) certification exam from the ARRT are:

  1. Have an associate’s degree or higher.
  2. Complete an ARRT-approved nuclear medicine education program.
  3. Apply for certification within three years of completing the educational program.
  4. Be of good moral character.

What does NMTCB stand for?

The NMTCB is the Nuclear Medicine Technology Certification Board, formed for the purpose of creating and maintaining examinations for nuclear medicine technologists(NMTs).

How much do CT boards cost?

Application Dates and Examination Fees

Regular Application Deadline MultiModality Discount
Certification Fee: $950 $50
REGISTRATION OPENS Tues, April 6, 2021 Deadline Tuesday, June 22, 2021
Recertification Fee: $725 $50
REGISTRATION OPENS Tues, April 6, 2021 Deadline Tuesday, June 22, 2021

How is Nmtcb scored?

Beginning in 2016, the NMTCB(CT) examination scores are reported on a scale of 200-500, with 375 set as the scaled passing score. Prior to 2016, the scaled passing score was set at 75. Overall Examinee Performance: Please refer to Table 1 for a general overview of the examination.

What does a Cnmt do?

Nuclear medicine technologists prepare radioactive drugs and administer them to patients for imaging or treatment. They provide technical support to physicians or others who diagnose, care for, and treat patients and to researchers who investigate uses of radioactive drugs.

What is the Arrt exam?

The primary purpose of ARRT examinations is to assess the knowledge and cognitive skills that entry-level technologists typically need to perform their jobs. Our content specifications identify the topics our exams cover.

Can nuclear medicine technologist do CT?

Nuclear medicine technologists may also operate computed tomography (CT) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners that are used in conjunction with nuclear medicine procedures.

Is CT registry hard?

The ARRT exam for the CT Registry is not easy, but with the right tools, you can successfully pass the test and move into a rewarding career. Leading up to test day, there are a few habits you’ll want to include in your preparation techniques.

Are CT boards hard?

The CT test is a difficult exam that requires a lot of study and preparation in order to pass. For this reason, we created our CT practice test to help test takers learn about what they will see on the actual test.