About The Tuffest Stuff
of products offers first-time exam takers as well as
those who need to recertify a ‘real feel’ of what
it will be like when sitting for the exam. Best of
all, the content is written in such a way that
very few have not succeeded on the first try.
The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Online
Our On Demand Webinar makes it possible for registrants to study and prepare for the CT Registry Exam any time they choose, as long they have access to the internet on any device.
The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Live Lecture Seminar
Our Live Lecture Seminar has been presented more than 100 times in over 80 different venues. Since then, approximately 2,500 RT’s have satisfactorily completed the seminar and successfully passed the CT Registry Exam on their first attempt.
About Professor Mike Enriquez MPA, BSRT (R)(CT)
President of RMP
Have a question about diagnostic radiology or CT Physics? He’s the guy to ask. As a result, he realized the satisfaction of assisting students to achieve their goal: licensure/registration as highly competent CT Radiologic Technologists.
As his teaching and administrative career was coming to a conclusion in diagnostic radiology, he realized that his background of always teaching the most technical RT courses would serve him well.
More than 20 years ago he began his background education in Computed Tomography. As part of the knowledge gained, he developed an appropriately advanced CT academic curriculum. These skills are evident when one listens to him lecture or is challenged by one of his professionally developed educational experiences.
His mock registries, by design, are more challenging than the Registry — and for good reason. Make your mistakes with him and improve your abilities as a CT radiologic technologist.
Accreditations, Memberships, Awards and Service
Former CSRT Chapter President, former CSRT Director-at-large, former ASRT CT Chapter Delegate;
Long-time member of CSRT, ASRT, AEIRS, ACERT, AHRA member
2007 Teacher of the Year, Merced College Radiologic Technology Program, Aunt Minnie award 2016 Semifinalist for “Radiologic Technologist Educator of the Year”
Our Previous Supporters
Diane Garcia, MS, CRT, RT (R)(CT)
Clinical Coordinator/Instructor, Diagnostic Imaging Program,
San Francisco City College
A word from Mike!
If you commit to the seminar you will find out for yourself the actual meaning of the word “interactive”. Everybody does.
“90% of what you learn in The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Seminar is MY responsibility.”