Elongated AIMD can pick up the RF-energy during MR exposure, and locally deposit the energy in the tissue near its vicinity --- typically near the conductive electrodes. Current experimental assessment strategy is capable to achieve only a limited set of AIMD exposure conditions. In this work, we outline a method by which the exposure conditions may be diversified during experimental testing. The feasibility of the method is evaluated for three generic implants. The RF-induced deposited power of the AIMD over more than 1000 exposure conditions was evaluated and approximately 20 dB dynamic range in the deposited power was achieved.