The material tested by the core exam is immense and intimidating. The board review course and the Crack the Core Exam books provided a focused, high-yield method to approach studying for such a seemingly overwhelming exam. I listened to the entire board review course about 4-5 times and read through the review books twice. I also read through the dedicated physics review book, The War Machine, and the case companion books. I am confident that this helped me feel prepared for the core exam, dominate each section and pass the exam with a score well above the passing cut-offs.
Gregory SchaibergerMedical College of Georgia at Augusta University
I am proud to say I passed the Core exam. I don't know what I would have done without Promethius Lionheart. Words can't describe how great these resources are. I used Crack the Core, the Titan Radiology videos, the Case companion, and War Machine. Promethius's way of using Kinesthetic learning and humor is outstanding. He simply gets it. I already have been educating the new budding future-Titans on what resources to use. Needless to say, ALL of the Titan Radiology resources I consider mandatory.
Mohammed EzuddinJackson Memorial Hospital
Just took the test this year and passed. The Crack the Core books are a must use! The way he explains it makes things, even extremely dry concepts, entertaining and simple. I cannot recommend this material strongly enough.
JamesUniversity of Alberta
I used CTC for both the ABR CORE and the written portion of the Canadian exam. Speaking specifically to the Canadian exam it was far better than Primer and other resources I had tried for targeting our MCQ section. It would not be sufficient for Oral exam prep, but its great as a starting point for organizing your knowledge base. He has a fantastic, engaging style of writing which kept me motivated for the long slog through 2 board exams this past year, both of which were successfully passed!
studied maybe a total of 20 hours outside work the first 2.5 years of radiology residency. Not an exaggeration. Feeling the pressure, I decided to place my trust in Prometheus. Read all of his books, latest edition x2 and all the rad videos x3. Supplemented with a few questions banks and ipad physics app. Rest assured this is all you need. Forget Core Radiology by what's his name and burn your copy of Brant and Helms to keep you warm while you use Prometheus material. It is all you need. Ended up > 500 on the exam.