Exam Schedules

For 2017, the remaining date for administration of the Magnetic Resonance Medical Director/Physician (MRMD), Magnetic Resonance Safety Officer (MRSO), and Magnetic Resonance Safety Expert (MRSE) examinations are as listed below. Registration for these tests is possible at any time up to the stated deadline on our registration page. 

2017 ABMRS examination administration schedule:

Date:               March 29, 2017 ; 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Location:        The Venetian – Las Vegas, NV

Date:               July 26, 2017 ; 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Location:        Grand Hyatt – Atlanta, GA

Date:               October 25, 2017 ; 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm
Location:        Hyatt Regency Boston Harbor – Boston, MA

2018 ABMRS examination administration schedule:

Date:              March 11, 2018 ; 9:00 am to 12:00 pm
Location:       Nationwide Conference Center- Columbus, OH

Examination Registration Fee:
MRMD:        $250
MRSO:         $250
MRSE:          $250

Please be aware that as perhaps unique to other examination Boards with which you may be familiar, ALL members of the ABMRS Board of Directors have completely volunteered their time for these efforts, and receive no monetary compensation of any kind from any source for their efforts and time.

Please note that each examination content matter will be updated on an ongoing basis.  Thus, the information that is incorporated on the test reflects that which the ABMRS believes is current as of the date on which the examination is administered, and should be part of the knowledge database and reasoning methodology appropriate to the MRMD, MRSO, and/or MRSE level being tested/evaluated.  Thus, the questions for all ABMRS examinations will constantly change as they are rotated and updated, and no two ABMRS administered examinations will ever be precisely the same.

The MRMD, MRSO, and MRSE examinations are each administered entirely in written format and are administered simultaneously in the same venue/examination room.  A government issued photographic identification (e.g., driver’s license, passport) will be required from each examinee.  A photographic record of each examinee as well as the provided photographic ID from each examinee will be made and stored as a permanent part of your examination records with the ABMRS.  No cell phones, cameras, or audio, visual, or electronic recording equipment of any kind will be permitted into the examination room.

Should you have any questions please complete the form below and in the comment section address it to Emanuel Kanal, MD.

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