11. The equivalent of an AA degree in radiological technology is attained by
a. AIT, PLDC, correspondence courses, registry, BNCOC, civilian education, the
radiology management course, and the rank of sergeant.
b. AIT, PLDC, correspondence courses, and registry.
c. Five years of on-the-job experience.
d. Five years of on-the-job experience plus two years of experience working part-
time in the civilian sector.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR EXERCISES 12 THROUGH 15. Match the
professional organization listed in the left-hand column with its function in the right-
hand column. Enter the appropriate letter in the space provided. (There is an extra
lettered choice that will NOT be selected.
12. American Society of
a. Administers written exams to graduates of
educational programs to encourage continuing
education and elevate the standards of the
American Registry of
b. Provides educational programs to radiologic
technologists; represents the interests of
14. American Registry of
c. Conducts educational seminars and
recommends methods of achieving
15. American College of
d. Sets essentials and guidelines for
Radiology ACR). _______
accreditation, develops curriculum guides,
promotes the socioeconomic status of
radiologic technologists, publishes
"Radiology Technology" six times per
e. Promotes the interests of physicians and publishes
the "Journal of the American Medical Association.