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 new cut score will require passing candidates to answer a few more questions correctly than they had to in the past.
The VA will pursue hiring Registered Radiologist Assistants (R.R.A.s) in its medical centers across the country.
We're pleased to acknowledge JRCERT's 50-year contribution to health care and education.
ARRT collaborates with AIUM, the American Society of Radiologic Technologists (ASRT), the Society for MR Radiographers & Technologists (SMRT) and the Society of Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging Technologist Section (SNMMI-TS) to run scholarship programs. Applicants don’t need to hold an ARRT credential to apply for or receive a grant.
We’re close to running out of six-digit identification numbers. Beginning no later than 2020, we’ll change to a seven-digit identification number. Your existing six-digit number won’t change.
Beginning Jan. 1, 2020, ARRT will offer just one option—the primary eligibility pathway—for earning a Sonography credential. We’ll no longer offer the postprimary eligibility pathway for Sonography.
At ARRT, we’re always interested in what you think of our policies and our communications with you. This month, you could have up to three ways to let us know your thoughts.
If your biennium began on or after Jan. 1, 2018, you should know: ARRT has changed the policy about using credentials to satisfy biennial continuing education (CE) requirements.
One of the most frequent questions we receive from students and R.T.s is, “Do I have to report a speeding, parking, seatbelt, or similar traffic ticket to ARRT?” Learn more.
Your Chance to Comment ARRT's Board of Trustees has recommended changes to our governing documents. Because the documents apply to all R