If you’re approaching the ARRT exam for the CT Registry, it’s natural to be a little anxious. You’ve come this far and you’re determined to pass the CT Registry Exam on the first try.  

Preparation is the number one difference between those who pass and those who will have to retake the exam. But how you prepare and the tools you use are crucial components in being equipped for the actual exam.

You’ll find countless study guides for the CT Registry Exam strewn across the internet. What you won’t find are many that mirror the official exam. You want the material you use to be similar to what’s on the test, right? That means you need to do your research on the best study materials for the exam. Use our study tips to retain the information you need to pass the exam.

Study Tips For CT Registry Exam

Reading alone will not help you retain all the information you will need to pass this exam. The Learning Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill reports one of the most important keys to studying effectively is to be “actively engaged” in the material. Rereading your study notes and text books alone is not an effective way to learn.

UNC’s research goes on to say that “distributed practice,” or spacing out the material in intense, short bursts of learning, is proven to be more effective than lengthy cram sessions. It’s more important to focus on how you use your time to study, not how long you study. Studying your CT Registry Exam material multiple times over the course of several weeks will also help prevent procrastination. Thinking of all the material you need to cover can be overwhelming, but waiting until the last minute is sure to have you taking round two of the exam.

Tuffest Stuff Ct Registry Review Live Lecture Seminar

The Tuffest Stuff CT Registry Review Live Lecture Seminar encompasses the material you need and presents it in a way that’s memorable. The Live Lecture Seminar has been presented more than 100 times in over 80 different venues. Since then, approximately 2,500 RTs have successfully completed the seminar and passed the CT Registry Exam on their first attempt.

The Live Lecture Seminar facts:

  • Approved and accredited for 16 category A continuing education credits by the AHRA.
  • Successful completion of The TUFFEST STUFF satisfies the structured educational requirement stipulated by the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
  • The information delivered during the Live Lecture is based specifically on the ARRT CT Registry Examination Specification Contents written for the ARRT CT Registry Exam.

Each participant in the seminar will receive a syllabus for each day of the event and a copy of the Power Point slides presented during the lecture. Following the seminar, each participant will be emailed the review educational materials that complement the lecture.

The review materials have been studied by thousands of RT attendees whose first attempt pass rate of the exam is 94 percent. The material includes a 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, the 500 item Practice Test Workbook and worksheets on the CT Imaging Chain, The Resolutions (spatial, contrast & temporal), Tube Current Modulation and Scatter Production Factors.

Attendees will also be awarded certificates verifying successful completion of The TUFFEST STUFF at the end of the second presentation day.

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

May 18 – 19, 7:30am – 5:00pm

College of Health Sciences

600 S Paulina Street

Chicago, IL 60612

Learn more about the live lecture seminar in Chicago

June 29 – 30, 7:30am – 5:00pm

Oakland Kaiser Medical Center

Oakland, CA

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Professor Mike Enriquez of RadProf Media Productions (RMP) will be the seminar speaker. His commitment to you is that you will experience an interactive, engaging learning session that prepares you to pass the CT Registry Exam the first time you take it.