Announce that you passed your CNA exam here! - page 29

in order to streamline the threads on this topic, i ask that everyone that passes their nursing assistant certification test to please post it in this thread as oppose to starting a separate one. i... Read More

  1. by   othahalf
    I passed my cna exam 2day...imma certified nursing assistant!!!i start looking 4work Monday 2me
  2. by   E.L. Forde
    I passed on 8/26. I will start looking for a job tomorrow.
    I got mouth care, upper ROM, and pulse and respirations
  3. by   AzDeb
    Just took my written and skills test yesterday. I was very nervous and stressed out over the skills test and it turned out the written test was so much harder than I anticipated. I always got 97% on tests in the classroom and on the practice online tests....went in very confident. To my surprise, there were a lot of questions I just did not know the answer to. So I'm prayin I passed! Some said their test was easy, others felt as I did. I know there are a few didn't versions of the test.....I wasn't the lucky one to get the easier version. As for the skills, I barely got all 5 done in my 35 minutes. I was running at the end! Got occupied bed, bed bath, mouth care - brushing teeth, transfer w/c to bed and of course handwashing. I'm pretty confident I didn't miss many steps...if any. So I'm keeping my fingers crossed until I get the news!
  4. by   PDXnursing
    I passed! I cried after because I was sure that I forgot a step somewhere but I did it! I had feeding/intake, TED hose, positioning on side, and ambulating with a walker. It feels good to have some initials after my name now
  5. by   jubileejoy
    First post on allnurses.com and I passed my CNA exam today! Skills consisted of : wash hands, radial pulse measurement, mouth care, range of motion for the knee/ankle, and assist to ambulate.
  6. by   akire1123
    I'm super excited ! I passed my written and clinical exam today!
    my skills were:
    change position on the left side
    Measuring and Recording contents of Urinary Drainage Bag
    Providing Perineal Care for Incontinent Female
  7. by   dspevak55
    Woot Woot! I passed my CNA test Aug. 31st, 2010. Along with handwashing, I had measuring respirations, ambulating a patient, Leg ROM, and pericare for a female.

    I was about to return to a 3rd shift part-time CNA position, but was just offered a scheduling job for a home health care agency. Not only do I get to sleep the same hours as most humans, I will also get some studying time while I answer phones at a front desk.

    -D
  8. by   lilbearzmom
    Passed mine today- one less thing to stress over! It's also my first official "certification" ever!
  9. by   brighterchoice
    I just passed my state board CNA exam! on to my lpn
    Any one has a recommendation for a great place to work for as cna in the albany,NY area?
    Also how do i transfer my license from one state to another, where do I go? who do I call?
    I did pass my exam in MA and have moved to NY.
  10. by   Topaz4602
    It's been ages since I've posted anything here, but I've been reading alot of the messages. My class finished back in June, and due to scheduling I just took my test in September. I just got my results today and I PASSED!!! Yaay!! I'm sooooo excited.
    And now the real fun starts...hopefully nursing school will be following real soon.
  11. by   Topaz4602
    Lilbearzmom,

    It's my first ever certification too, it's so exciting isn't it!

    Congrats to you, and to everyone else that has passed recently!!

    Yaaay us!!!!
    Last edit by Topaz4602 on Oct 1, '10
  12. by   camci
    Passed mine today, October 1st )))))
    Was soooo nervous because our tester is a "new" tester and doesn't cut any breaks. I had 5 skills: Handwashing, Communicating w/ resident during care, denture care, ROM, and make unoccupied bed. Pretty easy list I would say, I passed it all
    First stepping stone in my future career, DONE!
  13. by   JamGirl2425
    Hey everyone, this is my first time posting to this section, I'm a student in my last month of school for LVN, but I just took and passed my CNA test today, I'm very excited. I had hand-washing, gowning and gloving, assisting a resident to walk with a gait belt and mouth care of an unconscious patient. I just really wanna find a job now!

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