Principles of Radiation Physics, Health, and Biology
Read the questions carefully. In some questions the answer being sought is related to an “is not” phrasing of the question. The answer choices are based on the statement(s) in the question that, with rare exceptions, are factual. On the other hand, the answer sections contain inaccurate or irrelevant, but seemingly plausible, selections and the goal is for the reader to recognize the one most correct answer. This may require the selection of the “all of the above” choice or the “none of the above” choice as the correct answer. Also, the reader should be wary of selecting the longest answer or the “C” choice. On the other hand, some of the correct answers are the longest or “C” choice. Also, the correct answer, such as the “B” choice, may occur several or more times in a row.