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... Thank you very much zorba, your information is very helpful. What I really want to do is become an ultrasound tech/sonographer. That is my ultimate goal. According to a local school here to get into the radiography program, I only need to make a certain score on the ACT, have completed 10 credit hrs prerequisits while maintaining a certain gpa, and do a 4 hr observation in a... (11 replies)
... What college courses need to be taken to become an ultrasound tech? ... (0 replies)
... the answer that she recieved disappointed me...The person who answered her told her that she would have to go to a 2 year college program in order to be able to become an ultrasound tech...I am in her same situation, I too have a child and am a wife and mother wanting to return back to school.. ... (0 replies)

... I'm 25 and looking for a career in medicine with the least physical labor. I became EMT certified right before developing an orthostatic intolerance, and obviously can't perform that job. I can do some walking but I can get tachycardic when standing for long periods or exercising. ... (2 replies)
... hard work. A lot of anatomy is involved. I am currently an Ultrasound student, and I just think if you want it bad eneough and are willing to put your mind to it, you'll be fine. ... (4 replies)
... I am too wanting to become and xray tech, but i dont want to do the nine month schooling... ... (11 replies)
... I want to become an Ultrasound Tech (Sonographer). I know that in one training program here in Austin, Texas you have to have your CNA (certified nurse aid certificate) in order to even begin school for this degree. I can get the certificate there but I have been told there are other places. Can someone please enlighten me on where other options/training places are (IE: names... (1 replies)
... You need to go to an accredited school for either one. These are two seperate fields and while a radiographer may also have gone on to become a sonographer it is possible to become only a sonographer. ... (1 replies)
... you will build an armour against this and carry on. ... (4 replies)
... It was interesting that you mentioned an ultrasound tech, as that was what I originally had an interest in. However, I am under the impression that you have to become a radiology tech first, then go back for further training specializing in ultrasound. Do you know the training requirements for ultrasound? ... (6 replies)
... ray programs i've seen are located in community type colleges or a branch of a big university. Usually, you must take an entrance type exam to which your score will be compared and considered with the rest of the applicants. ... (11 replies)
... registered tech became pregnant...I didn't like Nuc Med... ... (4 replies)
Radiology tech?
Nov 8, 2003
... ray tech is pretty good, depending on where you are, you will probably work shift work and weekends and holidays. ... (15 replies)
Nuc med techs
Oct 11, 2004
... eye coordination and an enormous amount of reading. ... (4 replies)

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