CYTOTECHNOLOGIST AND INTERNATIONAL CYTOTECHNOLOGIST, CT(ASCP)

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Classes Starts on 21 September 2019

1PM - 4PM

 

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Overview

Cytology generally refers to the study of cells for purposes of identifying signs of abnormality or disease. Cytotechnologists work in the laboratories of clinics and hospitals, assisting pathologists and other lab personnel. In order to become a certified cytotechnologist or laboratory manager, applicants need to earn a bachelor's or master's degree from an accredited cytotechnology program and pass a certification exam.

CT(ASCP), CT(ASCPi) and SCT(ASCP), SCT(ASCPi) Exam Guidlines

CYTOTECHNOLOGIST AND INTERNATIONAL CYTOTECHNOLOGIST, CT(ASCP) AND CT(ASCPi)
SPECIALIST AND INTERNATIONAL SPECIALIST IN CYTOTECHNOLOGY, SCT(ASCP) AND SCT(ASCPi)

 

Subtest EXAM PERCENTAGES
CT SCT
GYNECOLOGICAL CYTOLOGY (GC) 37 – 41% 18 – 22%
NON-GYNECOLOGICAL CYTOLOGY: 24 – 28% 19 – 23%
  • RESPIRATORY SYSTEM (NGRESP)
6 – 10% 4 – 8%
  • GENITOURINARY SYSTEM (NGGU)
6 – 10% 4 – 8%
  • BODY CAVITY FLUIDS (NGBF)
8 – 12% 7 – 11%
LABORATORY OPERATIONS (LO) 13 – 17% 32 – 36%

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Method of Instruction

  • Practical Session ( In- Class Only)
  • Microscope Slide Reading
  • Theory Online or In -Class

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