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Test Prep and Study Guide Resources

What is the R.T. (R) credentialing exam?

The purpose of The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists® (ARRT®) Radiography Examination is to assess the knowledge and cognitive skills underlying the intelligent performance of the tasks typically required of radiographers.  An advisory committee determines the knowledge and cognitive skills needed to perform the tasks on the task inventory and these are organized into the content categories within this document. The document is used to develop the examination. (from .https://www.arrt.org/)

Boston Public Library

All Massachusetts residents and students are eligible for a free e-card from the Boston Public Library. Click here to get more information and to sign up: https://www.bpl.org/ecard/

Clicking the links below will bring you to the Boston Public Library's online resources. 

LearningExpress Library from the Boston Public Library

LearningExpress Library is an online program that you have access to using your BPL E-card. It includes test preparation materials and practice exams for K-12 subjects, high school equivalency, college and graduate admissions, military, U.S. citizenship, and professional licensing and certification exams. This includes practice tests for the Radiography RT exam

To find Registered Technologist review material: 

  • Click this link to access LearningExpress through BPL
  • Login using your BPL E-Card number and PIN
  • At the top of the page, click "Sign In/Register" and create a personal account
  • Once you have created a personal account and signed in, Search "radiography" in the search box in the middle of the page. 
  • From there you will be able explore all the Registered Technologist study material available.

If you have questions about using LearningExpress Library, please contact the Boston Public Library or click here to watch video tutorials.