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What are some sample CNA test questions?

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Sample Certified Nursing Assistant test questions include, "Who developed the Hierarchy of Needs?" "What senses do nursing assistants use to observe patients and residents?" and "Which risk factor places patients and residents at the greatest risk for falls?" The written portion of the CNA test is typically multiple choice and has between 50 and 70 questions.

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CNA tests have two segments, a skills portion and a multiple-choice written portion. The written part of the exam contains between 50 and 70 questions covering 11 subjects, including emergencies, observation, CNA roles, personal care skills and caring for all ages. Other topics covered are reporting and abbreviations, safety and managing behavior, infection control and blood-borne pathogens, and legal and ethical issues. In most areas in the United States, test-takers must achieve 70 percent or higher to pass this part of the exam.

The skills part of the CNA test usually also has a passing score of 70 percent and has a higher failure rate than the written exam. At least five skills are typically tested during a 35- to 45-minute period. Skills that might be tested include washing hands, measuring blood pressure, making an occupied bed and applying a catheter. Test-takers are graded on skill knowledge and overall demeanor when performing the procedure.

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