Pegasus Lectures’ SIC Questions program has been created to familiarize sonographers and technologists with the functions of
system controls for image optimization and to better prepare registry candidates for the advanced item type semi-interactive
console (SIC) questions.
- Test Mode
- Review Mode:
> Question Review
> Theory Review
This section presents the theory of SIC questions
and introduces a disciplined approach to analyzing
SIC questions and determining the best method to
approach each individual question. Helpful hints are
introduced on best practices in answering this
advanced, interactive question type.
The SIC practice questions assess knowledge of and
appropriate application of ultrasound physics and
knobology in a case settng, in a format similar to that
of the actual credentialing exam. This program
contains three mini exams dedicated to SIC-type
questions exclusively. In test mode, the controls do
not affect the presented ultrasound image so as to
mimic what a student experiences when
encountered with this type of question
on an actual credentialing exam.
creates an effective teaching tool,
where each question becomes fully interactive. When a
control that is applicable to the question is adjusted, the
ultrasound image reflects the changes as you would find
in a clinical settng.
further enhances the learning experience.
In this mode, a video explanation details how to best
analyze the question before selecting an answer and also
teaches the underlying physics concept presented. A report
indicates your score, including partial credit for answers that
are partially correct but not ideal.