and also a lateral forearm, which looks like this:
EASY!! However, we also have to remember to complete some of the technical details of the procedure (e.g. including the anatomical markers, collimating properly, including proximal and distal sections to the part in question, using the gonad shield) as well as some of the patient care details like verify the "patient's" name and date of birth, greeting them, introducing yourself, explaining the procedure, asking if they are or could be pregnant, etc. However, most of that is kinda common sense stuff and will become second nature after enough repetition.
I got 100% on it, so apparently I remembered all the little details. Admittedly, the two positions I had to do were much easier than the ones my partner had to demonstrate on me. I felt bad for him. I know he knew the stuff but he just got nervous and had a little trouble. Luckily the instructor we had was really nice and didnt mark him down too much.
I definately think these competency tests will become easier as we get more practice. In two weeks we have another test in there and it looks like it will be for the upper arm, shoulder girdle and neck. Lots to learn in two weeks.