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. From how you study to preparing your body, each move matters in equipping yourself properly for the CT Registry Exam. We know you have a lot on your plate, so we’re breaking down how to pass the exam in five simple steps.

1. Destress

Research shows that a low level of momentary stress isn’t all that bad for you. In fact, stress produces the cortisol our brains need to make the “fight or flight” decision. However, too much stress can be damaging to your studying efforts. Memory problems are one of the first signs of extreme stress. The lapses in your memory due to stress are caused by overload. Take a few minutes each day to unwind before studying – take a walk, meditate, listen to soothing music. Consciously put effort into destressing before you engage in study time.

2. Find the right study material

Studying for weeks on end doesn’t do much good if your material doesn’t mimic what’s on the actual CT Registry Exam. It’s important to find material that is proven to help test takers pass the exam the first time. When considering your CT Registry study guide options, look into The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Online tools. From online seminars to mock tests and quizzes, you’ll find engaging material that prepares you for the official exam.

3. Fuel your brain

We’ve all been there. It’s a late-night cram session and you’re munching on cold pizza until 2 a.m. The problem with eating junk before the CT Registry Exam, is that it turns your brain to junk, no matter which CT Registry study guide you use. You need to fill your body with nutrition that’s going to power your brain to recall all the material you’ve been studying. suggests these foods for ultimate brain power:

  • Fatty fish (salmon, trout, sardines)
  • Coffee (Limited to two cups a day)
  • Blueberries
  • Broccoli
  • Pumpkin seeds
  • Dark chocolate
  • Nuts
  • Oranges
  • Eggs
  • Green tea

From this list, nuts and eggs are especially important for memory and brain development, so don’t be afraid to load up on omelettes and raw nuts leading up to test time.

4. Sleep

It looks like mom was right. You do need your beauty sleep after all. It’s recommended that you get 7 to 8 hours of sleep each night to allow you body and brain to recover from studying and be refreshed for the upcoming day. One Physiological Review article indicates sleep benefits the retention of memory. What better way to retain all your studied information than to catch a few Z’s?

5. Attend the Tuffest Stuff Ct Registry Review Live Lecture Seminar

The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Live Lecture Seminar is a thorough look and review of material you’ll see on the CT Registry exam. This experience isn’t your typical CT Registry study guide. The seminar is just the beginning of your curriculum provided by Professor Mike Enriquez of RadProf Media Productions (RMP). Following the seminar, each participant will be emailed the review educational materials that complement the lecture. Registered attendees receive:

  • 250 question “Baby Boards” mock registry exam
  • Two additional 170 question mock registry practice exams
  • More than 75 labeled 3D and cross-sectional anatomy images
  • The CT Math Workbook
  • 500 item Practice Test Workbook and worksheets on the CT Imaging Chain
  • The Resolutions (spatial, contrast & temporal)
  • Tube Current Modulation and Scatter Production Factors

The review materials have been studied by thousands of RT attendees whose first attempt pass rate of the exam is 94 percent.

Two live lecture seminars are planned. The details for each event are below:

May 18 – 19, 7:30am – 5:00pm

Rush University

College of Health Sciences

600 S Paulina Street

Chicago, IL 60612

June 29 – 30, 7:30am – 5:00pm

Oakland Kaiser Medical Center

3600 Broadway

Oakland, CA

Professor Mike Enriquez of RadProf Media Productions (RMP) will be the seminar speaker. Plan to attend his live lecture seminar as one of the crucial steps toward passing the CT Registry Exam the first time you take it.