Taking the NNAAP? Looking for NNAAP Practice Tests?
With the top wage for a Nurse Aide up to $30,000 plus benefits - You want to do everything you can to pass the NNAAP.
Failing the exam and re-taking would be a costly mistake!
You want a complete Practice Test package with everthing you need, complied by a dedicated team of experts with everything you need all in one place!
Here is what our 2 NNAAP Practice Test Package can do for you:
Practice Tests are the best way to prepare for an exam and this is the book that you need to fully prepare for the RMA.
Here are 2 NNAAP Tests, prepared by a dedicated team of experts that will prepare you for the exam like nothing else will.
Practice Tests familiarize you with the exam format and types of questions, giving you more confidence when you take the exam.
Practice tests are a critical self-assessment tool that reveals your strengths and weaknesses.
Practice tests allow you to practice your exam time management - a critical exam-writing skill that can easily improve your grade substantially.
Practice Tests reduce Test Anxiety, one of the main reasons for low marks on an exam. Hundreds of questions with detailed solutions and explanations to improve your understand of the basic concepts behind the questions.
If you are taking the Registered Medical Assistant Exam - the 2 NNAAP Practice Tests are an essential part of studying and passing!
Here are some sample questions:
Your supervisor has assigned you a patient, John, a 78-year-old man with Dementia. He fell out of his bed and sprained his wrist. He is diabetic and suffers from left-sided weakness due to a stroke. He requires total care and assistance with everything he does. He has dentures. He can no longer walk alone, feed himself, bathe or dress himself, and he is incontinent of urine and stool. His vital signs are to be monitored q 4 hrs.
1. You are preparing to shave John. You need to assemble your supplies. What is the first action you should take?
- Place a warm damp towel around his face to soften his beard and relax him
- Check the chart to see if you should shave him and if so what type of razor you can safely use.
- Gather your towels, razor and shaving cream and proceed to John’s room
- Make certain John has the privacy required to perform ADL’s
2. You have checked the chart and it is safe to shave John using a standard razor. You should
- Draw the razor in the direction of hair growth
- Draw the razor opposite the direction of hair growth
- Pull the skin taut
- Both a and d
Answer with Explanations:
You should always make certain a patient can be shaved and what type of razor is appropriate. If a patient is septic, it may be dangerous for the patient if you shave him at all. Shaving risks a cut that could cause issues with his already compromised immune system.
You should always shave in the direction of hair growth which changes depending on where you are shaving. Pulling the shin taut allows shaving with minimal risk of cutting.
Study Mistakes (or why listen to us?)
If you are like most people you have probably made some of these fatal study mistakes:
Study Mistake #1 - Scavenger hunts online to find 'free' test questions. We have all done this and really know what happens - hours and hours of surfing, pages and pages of print outs, missing pages, questionable results, and hours of wasted time that you could have spent studying!
Consider this - What is your hourly rate? How much time did you spend trolling the Internet and what did you really get? If you are like most people, when you really look at what you got, you are disappointed.
If you are like most people you start out doing an NNAAP practice test questions scavenger hunt and then quick realize it is a complete waste of time, so you buy the 2 NNAAP Practice Tests and start practicing right away.
Study Mistake #2 - Studying everything that could possibly be on the test. Many students start off trying this and I did too. And if you are like most people, you start off with high hopes of studying EVERYTHING but quickly realize it is impossible to study everything.
Study Mistake #3 - traditional test preparation methods. Consider this - if smart people who know their stuff still fail, (and lose $47,000 a year + benefits) then something must be wrong with the 'traditional' way of doing things.
You are right and yes there is! Taking a big test, with your new salary of up to $45,000 per year + benefits riding on the results is pretty stressful and even if you know your stuff you can still fail. Which in itself is a pretty scary thought!
You want a complete guide to the NNAAP practice test package.
Imagine how you would feel if you took arrived at the NNAAP exam and freaked out and couldn't think straight! This is no joke and it happens to lots of people - BUT it doesn't have to happen to you!
Other study mistakes - freaking out, procrastinating, delay, denial, leaving it to the last minute .... maybe you have a few more to add to my list!
You want to avoid all these Study Mistakes! And why take a chance when you new job and up to $47,000 a year plus benefits is on the line?Why take chances? Doesn't it make sense to do everything possible to pass the NNAAP exam?
2 National Nurse Aid Assessment Program (NNAAP) Practice Tests
|2 NNAAP Practice Tests, plus Bonus Ebooks, How to Study and How to Take a Test. Practice questions with full explanations