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I agree. Most of the questions can be answered just by knowing how to adjust your machine. Additionally, ESP's physics course is great to learn from. The work book, not textbook, is all you need to pass. I'm not near to what all of you have done on your prepartion to become a sonographer. I've reading and I just have a question. If you don't mind could you please let me know. I'm condsidering to go to school for that but I'm just doing some research. Sort of like how the American Medical Association gives a doctor the right to have MD behind his or her name.
I hope this answers your question. Most 2 year programs incorporate ultrasound physics into their program or atleast should as it is part of the education. LuvnPaige in Gardena, California. SM in Houston, Texas. How was it, and is there any additional material I need to study? For anyone, who has passed the SPI exam recently and can give me some good advice I would really appreciate it.
Thanks for your help in advanced. Huds in Mississauga, Ontario.
RAvi in Toronto, Ontario said: What affect spatial resolution? Dynamic range , beam width, system sentivity or dept of visualization.
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Thank you and have a good day. Ive noticed some of you have taken the new exam with the SIC and passed and was wondering if you can please give me any suggestions as to what to study? I am planning on taking the exam soon, was wondering what books would aide me in passing this exams questions and SIC?? Thank you in advance for any information you may provide to me. All I study from for my SPI was the edlemean review and x-zone. The test was a cake walk when compared to X-zone. Hi Im planing to take the spi exam in february, i am so scare cuz i took it before but i fail i got a Dee Dee in Toronto, Ontario.
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