Exam-day radiology physics

Join thousands of resident physicians just like you who used Core Physics Review to pass their radiology board exams with confidence. Attend online or in-person from anywhere in the world.

Institutional Pricing

Program coordinators can register an entire class of residents for discounts on the Foundational Review and Final Review, and our NRC80 Labs.

MCQ-driven lecture

Focused on exam-day readiness, our lectures are designed to help you perform on multiple choice questions (MCQ) you're likely to encounter on your board exam. Our courses are MCQ-rich including the Foundational Review (200 MCQs) and the Final Review (500 MCQs).

Flexible learning

Experience both our Foundational Review and our Final Review from anywhere in the world. With both online and in-person options, you can use Core Physics Review wherever and whenever makes best sense for you.

Trusted content

Depend on a course used by thousands of resident physicians around the world over the past 10 years to pass their radiology board exams.

Testimonials from radiology residents like you

  • Core Physics Review is a must

    "Fantastic course, prepared me really well for one of the most difficult subjects of my board exam."
    — Christina Kim MD / Mount Sinai West

  • Made physics my best section

    "Core Physics Review made physics my best performing section, scoring well above passing threshold."
    — Jesse Jones MD / UCLA

  • Infinitely more understandable

    Infinitely more understandable and digestible than lectures given by physicists without clinical background."
    — Anonymous / Stanford

Meet your instructor

Ram Srinivasan MD PhD is a board-certified neuroradiologist and engineer, with a decade of experience in radiology physics education. As course director, Dr. Srinivasan has taught thousands of radiology residents in the United States with a focus on passing radiology physics on their board exams.

Dr. Srinivasan received the BS in ECE from Caltech, SM and PhD in EECS from MIT, and MD from Harvard Medical School. His research work includes contributions to fMRI, Bayesian machine learning, brain-machine interfaces, endovascular neurotechnology, and education technology in radiology.

Get started today

Take your first step to passing your radiology board exam by registering for Core Physics Review