[ RadSafe ] CBT for ABHP Part I exam

Jean-Francois, Stephane stephane_jeanfrancois at merck.com
Tue Apr 4 09:53:18 CDT 2006

I have personally enjoyed Datachem in 1997. It does the job for a good
recap. It trains you in answering "fast and without too much thought" which
is good for Part I. But I have combined this software with a good prep
course by K. Skrabble. I have heard that the Bevelacqua course still
available is equally good.

I am happy to give you this info, as some folks on this group did the same
in 1997 !!!I have followed some of their recommendations and I have passed
both exams, one per year, at the first try.

Good luck.

Stéphane Jean-François, Eng., CHP
Manager, Environmental and Health Physics services
Merck Frosst Canada
stephane_jeanfrancois at merck.com

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Objet : [ RadSafe ] CBT for ABHP Part I exam

To All,
I am currently preparing for the ABHP Exam part I. I am considering
purchasing a CBT program to help me prepare.

Has anyone ever used the Computer Based Training software available through
Rad-Ware or DataChem software for preparing for the ABHP Exam part 1?  If
so, which did you use and did you find it helpful or worth the money? Did
you find any problems with it or inaccuracies in it?  Are there any other
programs out there other than the two that I have asked about?

All thoughts and comments on this will be appreciated.

Douglas Coble
Project Manager
cobdw at tds.net

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