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How much math is involved?
1 answers - Asked By: Rose93 - 3/30/2011
I just graduated from high school. And i am really interested in becoming a MRI Technician but i find alot of misleading information on the internet. Are a Radiologist technician and a MRI Technici...
1 answers - Asked By: tricksta713 - 7/15/2008
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What is the bast way to go about this i live in texas near fort hood army base and not many schools around here but i want to start off as a .....(PHLEBOTOMIST) then after that train to be a (RT--RADI...
1 answers - Asked By: Andre D - 1/7/2009
I would like to know how one person can become an MRI Technologist? What program or what needs to be studied to become an MRI Technologist.
2 answers - Asked By: Bella1 - 11/1/2006
What is the difference education wise. Are they two different degrees? Do you get your degree in radiology and then go back to school to become an MRI technologist, or do you get trained in it while y...
3 answers - Asked By: R - 1/4/2011
How many years of training and/or college do you have to go through? & on average how much do they make a year ? thanks.
2 answers - Asked By: Case C - 9/4/2008
I have reasearched about ultra sonographer schools and understood that i have to get a bacholor's degree and then do the certifications but i found another school in the area which offers the program ...
1 answers - Asked By: some_1_call_me_queen - 2/11/2010
Average pay? what do they actually do?
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3 answers - Asked By: Barbara P - 11/12/2008
I'm interested in being an MRI technician. Do schools that offer radiography usually have the MRI program or do I just get trained to do MRIs at the hospital i'll be employed at? I'm moving to NC so I...
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/1/2011
I'm job shadowing a radiologic technologist for a day at a ambulatory center. I volunteer a lot at a hospital as well & in the future I would like to be an mri rad tech. Should or could I put job shad...
1 answers - Asked By: ~Standing in the Vineyard~ - 11/21/2010
And if anybody had experience with this field, did you like it and was it a very difficult job?
3 answers - Asked By: jess - 9/10/2008
If so what is the hardest part/drawbacks to your job. Is it hard seeing sick people suffer or pass away? What are some things you can do to help in patient care?
1 answers - Asked By: Moe B - 1/11/2012
Need some help!!!!!..... for the past several months, I have been trying to figure out if I should change career. I am currently an MRI Technologist, considering or thinking switching to nursing. But ...
2 answers - Asked By: Flytip - 6/25/2009
I currently live in Chicago, IL and am about to receive my license in MRI. In Chicago, the MRI technologist field is completely saturated. Simply no jobs. My wife and I are going to move to Houston...
1 answers - Asked By: - 11/13/2012
Or are they the same thing
1 answers - Asked By: peri-k - 2/24/2010
I know that before you become a MRI Technologist you have to become a radiology technologist which takes 2 years in college right? after those 2 years how long would it take to become a MRI technolo...
1 answers - Asked By: Richard S - 8/26/2010
Which would have a wider range of opportunity to get a job in the future? Which would pay more?
3 answers - Asked By: ~Standing in the Vineyard~ - 3/2/2011
-- I forgot to add, "between those three profesions, which job is easiest to get?"
2 answers - Asked By: rad.danette - 8/13/2007
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