ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography - Online Practice Tests
Our world-class practice certification tests are designed to give you the knowledge you need to pass your ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography certification exam. We do this by delivering realistic ARRT practice tests that fully prepare you for the exam. Taking ARRT practice exams can give you the psychological advantage needed to walk into the test day with confidence.
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Patient care, abdominal procedures, and equipment and instrumentation are all fair game for examinees of the ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography (VI) exam. Expect 160 questions to be answered over the span of four hours. Aspiring radiology professionals will need to earn a score of 75 or higher to pass this challenging test, so preparation is key. Ahead of your test date, be sure to brush up on venous access, dialysis, and neurologic procedures – prepare thoroughly and you’ll be ready to face any questions on the subject!
Once you have completed a practice exam, you will have permanent access to that exam's review page, which includes a detailed explanation for each practice question!
Our practice tests simulate the real thing in a number of key ways:
- Equipment and Instrumentation - 15%
- Patient Care - 17%
- Procedures Neurologic - 8%
Abdominal - 16%
GU and GI, non vascular - 10%
Peripheral - 12%
Dialysis - 7%
Venous Access - 5%
- Level of difficulty
- The feel of the real test
To pass the ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography test you need a score of 75.
Here are five reason you should use our exams to prepare for your ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography - Online Practice Tests certification exam:
- Because the tests are web-based, there is no software to install. Our practice tests are available to you anytime at you convenience. No matter where you are, you can take our practice tests on any computer or smartphone with access to the internet
- Once you complete a practice exam, you will be provided with how many questions you answered correctly, as well as our estimate of your score on the real exam. We also provide explanations on why the answer is correct.
- Our practice tests are designed to have a similar look-and-feel of the real test. The number of questions and even the default time limit for each practice exam are just like the real thing. This way, when you take the actual test, you will already be completely familiar with its navigation and behavior.
- If you have to stop while taking one of our tests, you can continue right where you left off. When you continue the test, you will start exactly where you were, and with the same amount of time you had remaining
- As an "A" rated, fully accredited member of the Better Business Bureau, we uphold the highest level of business standards.
ARRT® is a registered trademark of American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT). This product is not endorsed or approved by American Registry of Radiologic Technologists (ARRT).
The benefits of our practice exams don't stop there. Once you have completed a practice exam, you will have permanent access to that exam's review page.This includes a detailed explanation for each practice question! Confused by a question on the practice test? Simply come back to it after you've completed the exam and get a detailed explanation of what the correct answer is and why. No matter how many times you sit for the actual ARRT Vascular-Interventional Radiography exam, there's just no comparing the advantages of Exam Edge's practice tests.
What is the ARRT test?
Anyone pursuing a career as a Radiologic Technologist (RT, Rad Tech) must complete educational requirements to achieve their professional goals. In addition to taking classes, aspiring RTs must pass a qualifying exam demonstrating their knowledge of the subject. The American Registry of Radiologic Technologists is the group that oversees these requirements and also formulates the ARRT test that each aspiring RT must take. The test is considered the gold standard for those interested in pursuing a career in radiology.
Who should take the ARRT test?
In order to sit for the exam, RT hopefuls will need to have completed an ARRT-approved educational program. They also need to comply with the ARRT's Standards of Ethics, a governing document that helps ensure RTs act in the best interest of their patients. A passing score on the ARRT is required of anyone hoping to become a professional Radiologic Technologist. Because there is so much on the line for RT hopefuls, ARRT exam prep is recommended for anyone sitting for the test.
How much does the ARRT test cost?
Registration for the ARRT test is approximately $200. While certainly not cheap, the cost is a small price to pay for advancing your career. Of course, there are other costs associated with the exam, but ARRT test prep doesn't have to be expensive. Consider it an investment in your future.
The test is scored on a scale from 1 to 99. Aspiring RTs must score at least a 75 on the ARRT test in order to pass.
How many questions are on the ARRT?
The ARRT is comprised of 220 questions that must be answered in a four-hour period of time. Only 200 of the 220 actually count towards your score; the other 20 questions are pilot items that may be used on future exams. The computer-based test features several tutorial questions, too, to help prepare test-takers for the format of the exam. Don't let this tutorial be the first time you become familiar with the test format, though. ARRT practice exams can help ensure you feel confident going into the real test.
How to prepare for the ARRT exam
There is no better way to prepare for the big test than by studying with Exam Edge. Our ARRT exam practice tests are the closest thing you can get to the real thing, giving you a psychological edge over the exam. You'll walk into the testing center with confidence after working on practice exams at home. Our practice tests will give you the additional reinforcement you need to go into your test knowing you'll do well; we even give you a free sample test to get you started.