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CNA Exam Fact Sheet

How many questions:60
Time limit:90 min
Format:multiple-choice
This is our most popular CNA practice test, the first of three practice tests that cover the knowledge and basic nursing skills you will need as a CNA. There are 40 questions that will help you prepare for the 2019 CNA examination. Each question has been researched and the answer verified. The CNA is a key member of the health care team. Your skills can keep your patients safe and comfortable. Your ability to provide hands-on care means that you may be the first to notice changes in your patients. You have a lot to learn, but we are here to help. Start with the basic skills. Nearly everything builds from there. As you learn, you will become an important team member. Remember that health care would not be possible without a CNA. The questions are based on the categories that are included in the exam. They are similar (and often identical) to the actual questions that you will be asked. Some of the topics covered in this practice test include Patient safety and emergency situations, Positioning the patient, Use of restraints, Learning the metric system, Preventing your own injury. Each of these questions has four options. Read the question carefully and select the best option. If you are not sure, click on the Hint button underneath the options to read a sentence that can help you choose the correct answer. If you make a mistake, don’t worry! The correct response will be displayed, along with an explanation to help you understand. Track your progress on the upper left corner. Your correct answers will be in green. If you miss more than 8 questions, you can restart the test and try again. Good luck!

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