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I'm hoping I will be good between reading and doing all the q's from Mathew, Ptemasters, and e-echocardiography.com. Do any of you guys who have taken the exam in the last couple years think Edelman or another dedicated physics book is absolutely necessary?

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Agreed, PTE Masters by itself is sufficient for the exam for probably 99% of the test takers
 
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Matthew and PTE Masters should be good enough to pass. Do E-echocardiography for daily refreshers and inexpensive CME. Everything else is gravy. You'll certainly understand and appreciate ultrasound by reading some physics text, and it'll likely make you a better echocardiographer, but it won't be necessary to pass the test.

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Edelman is painful to read through. The rest of the resources you mentioned are excellent however.
 
Do you have to be a fellow in CT to be eligible for the advanced PTE exam? Can i use my fellowship from europe i wonder?
I am totally ok with being just testamur certified... what do you think?
 
Do you have to be a fellow in CT to be eligible for the advanced PTE exam? Can i use my fellowship from europe i wonder?
I am totally ok with being just testamur certified... what do you think?
Anyone can pay the fee and take the test. It's certification that has all of the requirements.

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