THE ARRT EXAM
The final step on your way to becoming certified and registered with ARRT is to take an examination in your discipline. Our exams measure your knowledge of the daily tasks that an entry-level technologist performs.
Our exams are challenging, yet fair. They’re created with help from industry experts around the country, including Registered Technologists (R.T.s) in your desired discipline.
Although we don’t endorse any specific exam study materials, many program directors, students, and R.T.s use our Content Specifications (often referred to as content outlines) as a guide to help prepare for exam day.
ABOUT THE EXAM
We develop each exam so that it accurately assesses the knowledge of our candidates. Learn more about our exams, including how we create them, their format, and exam statistics.
TAKING THE EXAM
Although test-taking can be stressful, knowing what to expect on exam day can help you feel more prepared. In this section, you’ll learn more about taking the exam and find information on test centers, security, and ADA accommodation requests.
AFTER THE EXAM
Learn more about what happens after you take the exam: when to expect your final score, what to do if you fail, how many attempts you have, and more.