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CNA Test Prep Course
Access all course content, practice tests, videos, review questions, testing care plans and more for one low price.
First Things First
Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)
The Testing Experience
Introductions and Instructions
What Others Have Said
cna challenge exam
By: tamyia starkes
id like to challenge the exam how do i purchase skill book then enroll into program
By: Maxwel Kiplagat
I enrolled in these classes in December and they have been of great help in preparing me for the final exam. I'll forever be grateful!.
By: AaZonnee Constable
Waste of money .. don’t pay the $143 everything is free on YouTube.. I don’t understand why the course is $143 .. it doesn’t come with a handbook or supplies, just the same videos on YouTube about the skills portion of the CNA exam.. not the written
By: Daneetra Faison
When does the class starts so I can go ahead pay for books
A little frustrated
By: Patricia Welsh-Mastrandrea
First, I'll say, I liked that the course was very specifically geared towards passing the CNA test and was very complete in the specific information given. Thank you. That being said, I'd like to mention that there were a lot of discrepancies riddled through the course that were more than a little bit frustrating. The course continuously stressed that the order of the skill was extremely important, and not following the order would fail that skill. However, the order of many of the skills differed between the book, the video, and the questions/quizzes. One or two discrepancies would be ok, but there were numerous occasions that could add up to a lower score. Also there were more than a couple of questions where the right answer was marked wrong. 2 specifically were the question about stages of grief and about being the the patient for another testing student. Most frustrating was completing unit 3 ADL to TEAMS reporting, but the Unit 3 test was all about infant, teenage, & geriatric psychological/ social behaviors and stages of death...none of which were covered in Unit 3. I'm a very literal thinker/learner and I appreciated the baby steps of this course, but when we are constantly being told it's not our job to think, it's our job to follow the care plan and then you throw in extreme critical thinking in an area never covered, it's frustrating. Critical thinking is important given the many different scenarios we may encounter. Create a whole section to address this aspect of the job, early on, and then allow for that type of question at least once in EVERY section. I did like that the end of the course computer, testing, certification and job interviews sections were very well presented.