I took the ARRT (American Registry of Radiologic Technologists) Registry yesterday and I PASSED IT!!! It was a hard test. We have been taking tests all the last semester reviewing basically 5 semesters worth of material, subject by subject, week by week and then taking 3 practice or "mock" registries for class. I passed all my mocks at 84%, 88% and 82%, respectively. We need a grade of 75% or better to pass. Our class tests are supposed to be harder than the real test, so passing them is supposed to assure being able to pass the Registry. I wouldn't have known it though, with the test I had before me. It was brutally hard. So hard, that at times I worried I actually might not pass. Finally, I hit SUBMIT. I saw my grade there on the screen and just stared at it...dumbfounded: 87%. I actually asked the lady who walked me out if she could confirm it because I didn't believe my own eyes. Of course, they can't see our grades. I called my program director and asked him how I could see it again on the ARRT website and he said that I wouldn't be able to. They'll mail it to me with my licensing certification. "Didn't you see it on the screen?" "Yes...I just couldn't believe it!" I'm still floored. The Lord was with me today for sure! I'm officially able to be called a licensed X-ray tech and can list the initials RT(R) after my name. Feels so good! I came home and bought myself a new overdrive pedal to celebrate. I can't quite afford a Lovepedal Les Lius yet, but I got a Smokin' Amps clone. If I like it, I'll buy a real one after I start working and give the clone to my brother. Guys! I'm DONE!!! (now someone give me a job! Please!) P.S.: I found out everyone in my class who has taken it so far has passed with 80% or better...including a couple students with MAJOR anxiety (one wanted to push her test out to January). That was the cherry on top of my already great day.