ARRT is closely monitoring the COVID-19 pandemic and how it’s affecting students and R.T.s. Students with questions about completing their requirements should contact their Program Directors for more information. R.T.s who have questions related
to their postprimary eligibility pathway requirements, renewals, CQR, or other issues should log on to their online accounts to see if they've received an update specific to their concerns. For more information, please visit the
ARRT COVID-19 Update page. We'll update it throughout the pandemic.
July 2019 Edition
Welcome to our Educator Update newsletter. It contains up-to-date announcements regarding exams, continuing education, ethics requirements, and more. Look to Educator Update as your go-to source for ARRT news!
On Jan. 1, 2020, ARRT will begin using a new cut score for the Nuclear Medicine Technology (NMT) examination. Although we’ll continue to report the exam’s cut score as a scaled score of 75, the minimum number of correct items necessary to meet this passing threshold is a few points higher than it was in previous years.
As ARRT approaches its 100th anniversary, the number of R.T.s and candidates for ARRT credentials continues to grow, and we’re now close to running out of six-digit identification numbers. Beginning no later than 2020, we’ll change to
a seven-digit identification number for newly assigned identification numbers.
We've always required students to report all felonies and misdemeanors to us. Because a growing number of jurisdictions now classify traffic tickets as misdemeanors, candidates for ARRT credentials might receive violations that they must report to us.
When ARRT changes our content specifications, be aware that the reports you see in the Program Director website will change, too.
Help R.T.s find the right continuing education (CE) for their needs by updating your course information in our database before Aug. 31.
Our Program Directors website contains information that only Program Directors should have access to, so make sure you don't share your login information with other educators.
If your students have certain disabilities that might impair their exam performance, they can apply for accommodations under the Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA).
If the Program Director, Authorized Faculty Member, or accreditation status of your program changes, it's important to let us know immediately.
Remember: your students can begin working on ARRT credentials using the postprimary eligibility pathway while they’re still in your program.
Be sure your students understand all of the educational requirements—including our degree requirement—they must meet before they can apply for certification and registration with ARRT.
Do you offer advanced placement options for students who have completed previous technologist-level professional education? If so, be sure those students are using up-to-date advanced placement forms.
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