Fulfill your Training Program ACGME requirements for summative assessment using the DXIT and TXIT In-Training Exams:
Evaluate your program and residents
Identify areas of deficiency
Provide secure and accurate evaluations
Prepare for exam and remediation
Count on over 30 years of experience
The Exams are scheduled annually in January (DXIT) and March (TXIT) to first- through fourth-year residents, as well as those in fellowships.
Sets of exam items, keys, annotated references and rationales are available on the ACR website, for a period of time (https://www.acr.org/Lifelong-Learning-and-CME/Learning-Activities/In-Training-Exams ). These items and keys can be used in an instructional manner, such as in follow-up discussions or meetings with residents regarding their assessments.
IMPORTANT First Steps to do NOW:
Starting in January 2019, DXIT and RadExam will be offered as a residency training program package. Residents whose sites have not registered or paid for the ACR 2020 DXIT Exam will no longer have new exams scheduled to their account. Program Directors and Coordinators will continue to have access to previous exam data.
Starting July 1, 2019 please follow all of the steps below, for access to DXIT and RadExam
The DXIT Exam is administered by computer at Testing Centers around the world. For security purposes, multiple versions of the exam are administered to residents.
|The DXIT Exam window is January 4-29, 2021
|USA and Canada
|Mexico and Latin America
|APAC and Japan||$325 USD|
The ACR 2021 TXIT Exam is scheduled for March 4, 2021. The ACR 2021 TXIT Exam is computer-based and will be administered through Prometric.