You didn’t pass the CT Registry, now what?

If you have another try left, you’re in luck with our Bounce Back Program.


A natural part of preparing for the Computed Tomography exam is wondering what happens if you fail! While test-taking nerves can cause some concern about gaining your CT certification, it’s critical to know that the American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT) exam pass rate is higher than you might expect.

The ARRT CT Registry Exam Pass Rate

The ARRT routinely posts CT exam score results. There is some variance in the pass rate from year to year, but each testing period, an overall majority of test-takers do pass the exam.

  • July 2017 – June 2018: 75.4% pass rate
  • July 2018 – June 2019: 74.7% pass rate
  • July 2019 – June 2020: 75.0% pass rate

During those two years, 10,151 students took the exam for the first time. You’re allowed three attempts to pass the ARRT CT exam within three years. The three-year period begins with the starting date of your initial ARRT exam window. Your eligibility ends after three unsuccessful exam attempts or three years, whichever comes first.

Best CT Registry Study Program After Failed Exam

The Tuffest Stuff Bounce Back Program is designed for unsuccessful takers of the ARRT CT Registry Exam.

You’ll get the study material and motivation you need to enter the exam with confidence and a real understanding of the material. We know you’re ready to take your profession to the next level, and this program paves the way for you to do just that.

If you have failed the CT Registry even once and are under pressure to pass the very next time, with your permission, Professor Mike will review your score report and suggest an effective study plan for success. Please complete & submit the form and information below.

With Professor Mike, you’ll have a complimentary 15-minute consultation to help you develop a personalized plan to succeed and pass the ARRT CT Registry Examination.

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The Tuffest Stuff prepares you for CT certification by crafting mock exams that closely resemble the ARRT exam and are actually more difficult. We don’t waste your time by building a false sense of security through overly simple mock test questions and reviewing only surface material. You want to be prepared for the real test, and that’s what The Tuffest Stuff is designed to do.

Talk with Mike Enriquez
Author + Presenter of Tuffest Stuff – here for any questions about the CT Registry Review
30 Years Experience in Radiologic Technology 
Expert in CT Physics

“Great info, awesome energy while presenting, all while making it interesting and applicable to pass the boards. ”

-David R.

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