Nursing – Psychiatric

These two tests assess examinees’ knowledge of psychiatric nursing, including diagnostics, early disorders, delirium, substances, schizophrenia; anxiety, sleep, somataform, dissociative, sexual, eating, and personality disorders.

Nursing – Pediatric (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of pediatric nursing, including childhood, infant, newborn, toddler, preschooler, school age and adolescent norms and disorders, a full range of systems disorders, disability and cultural issues.

Nursing – Pediatric (form A)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of pediatric nursing, including childhood, infant, newborn, toddler, preschooler, school age and adolescent norms and disorders, a full range of systems disorders, disability and cultural issues.

Nursing – Neonatal ICU (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of neonatal intensive care nursing, including fetal and extrauterine assessment and development, a full range of neonatal systems disorders, nutrition and feeding, and genetic and legal/ethical issues.

Nursing – Neonatal ICU (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of neonatal intensive care nursing, including fetal and extrauterine assessment and development, a full range of neonatal systems disorders, nutrition and feeding, and genetic and legal/ethical issues.

Nursing – Medical Surgical (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of medical surgical nursing, including patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, and pediatric, cancer, perioperative and geriatric nursing.

Nursing – Medical Surgical (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of medical surgical nursing, including patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, and pediatric, cancer, perioperative and geriatric nursing.

Nursing – Emergency (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of emergency nursing, including triage, patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, transfer/transport, disaster, legal\/ethical issues, research and education.

Nursing – HIPAA

This test assesses examinees understanding of national standard to protect the privacy of personal health information as specified in the US Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA).

Nursing – Labor and Delivery

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of labor and delivery nursing, including Apgar scores, fetal positioning, labor stages, newborn norms and disorders, diagnostics, and delivery and post-delivery procedures.

Nursing – Emergency (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of emergency nursing, including triage, patient assessment, a full range of systems disorders, transfer/transport, disaster, legal\/ethical issues, research and education.

Nursing – Critical Care Scenarios (form A)

These two tests measure how successfully examinees can apply critical care nursing knowledge and skills across a variety of disciplines including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems.

Nursing – Critical Care Scenarios (form B)

These two tests measure how successfully examinees can apply critical care nursing knowledge and skills across a variety of disciplines including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems.

Nursing – Critical Care (form A)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of critical care nursing, including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems, shock, legal/ethical issues, caring practice, diversity, and collaboration.

Nursing – Critical Care (form B)

This test assesses examinees’ knowledge of critical care nursing, including cardio-vascular, respiratory, neurological, abdominal, renal, endocrine, and hematologic systems, shock, legal/ethical issues, caring practice, diversity, and collaboration.