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This guide is designed to help you as you prepare for the AART exam. Use the drop down menus on this tab to navigate through the guide and see lists of the library's test preparation books, other resources, and information about the exam.
This is a high-quality, effective and powerful exam review tool providing access to the test bank to help prepare for the ARRT Radiography Board Exam. It includes high-quality questions, detailed explanations with references and links to sources, adapted feedback based on your scores, and the ability to create custom practice tests and review advanced statistics to know strengths and weaknesses.
A test prep resource that helps radiology students prepares for the ARRT® exam. With more than 1,800 questions, plus powerful personalized prep features, RadReviewEasy enables students to study more effectively to achieve a maximum score on the exam.
*Must be on-campus first time to create a login.
This is a collection of self-help learning systems meant to assist users with career preparation; build up core math, science, and writing skills; and improve success.
Want to review concepts, skills, or conditions? These resources provide basic to advanced information on the topics covered by the ARRT exam.
This resource includes 3D graphics of human anatomy, providing a detailed insight into the structure of the human body by region and system in a user-friendly and intuitive interface.
Instructions for opening the Primal Picture Anatomy PALMs:
Click on link or open from database list
If you get the purple OpenAthens screen, log in with your SBU credentials
Click "Open Anatomy.tv" button
On the Welcome tab, scroll to the bottom and select Perceptual and Adaptive Learning Modules (PALMs)
The Assessment PALMs should open under the titles tab - click to open
A login screen will appear. If this is your first time logging into PALMs, click signup, using your SBU email to create an account. If you are returning, login using the credentials you used to create an account.
This video collection will help prepare future allied health professionals for practice across a diverse range of health care settings, whether they are learning how to draw blood, administer medications, or help deliver a baby.