To take the Trimester of Imaging Medical Technician exam, students must first complete a pre-apprentice training program. It is designed to assist in preparing the candidates for the examinations administered by the state licensing board. The program consists of four core courses that are taught and supervised by instructors that have medical background or training, such as Physician Assistant (PA) schools and licensed practical nurses (LPN) schools.

The curriculum will give practical skills on medical imaging, patient care, computer skills, and medical terminologies. Students will need to pass the two written portions of the examination, which will be administered by certified technicians that have earned the appropriate certification, prior to the actual exam. The exam is offered in five sections: General Medical, Basic Cardiology, Advanced Cardiology, Radiology and Neurosurgery.

Upon successful completion of the program, the students will be required to register for specific clinical training at participating hospitals. During this training, students will work with a certified technologist for approximately an hour every week. The students will then go back to their home or office to complete their clinical training. Students will have to follow a strict schedule and attend a scheduled class for a week.

After the students have completed their training, they will have to take a pre-assessment test. In order to pass this test, students must have a score of seventy-five percent or higher. Passing the examination means that the student has successfully completed the course and the certification test.

Students will have one opportunity to take the exam. During the sitting, students will receive a handout that will describe the procedures and the questions that they will face on the exam. Each question will have a set amount of time allotted for answering it. The technician will then record the correct answer to the question.

Passing the exam requires a student to have a good memory and accurate answers. Students may be able to use notes or write them down but will not be able to type them in. They also have to use their eyes in answering the questions because they will be asked to turn their head when they answer. and also make a fist when they turn their hand.

The examination may also be covered under a video exam. In this kind of exam, the candidate has to read the questions and the answers on a screen while listening to an audio. or video tutorial. In case of any questions or doubts, the student has the option of asking for clarification from the instructor before proceeding.

The students will also undergo hands-on training after completing the program. This training will involve preparing laboratory equipment and instruments that will be used during the actual Trignometry exam. Students will also have to prepare lab coats, lab gowns, and lab coats that can be worn during the actual exam.

Medical assistants (MAS) may be trained in the use of special X-ray equipment such as a computed tomography (CT) scanner. This equipment will help the patient to see a clearer image of the internal organs and tissues. They also need to know how to use the equipment safely and properly.

Students who have passed their Trignometry exam will have to pass the examination again every two years. The requirements may change every two years to keep up with new developments in X-ray technology. In case of a failure of the exam, students are required to take another one. Once the student has passed the first exam, he or she can work towards getting a second certification.

Medical assistants also have to pass a written and oral examination. This is usually given at a later date when they become licensed.

Medical assistants are considered certified once they complete their program. Students who have been certified in this field are often asked to attend a State Board Medical Assistant Board Certification Examination.