On Friday morning I'm taking my STNA exam in Toledo and I'm totally and completely nervous already. I feel like I've studied decently, but the thing that concerns me the most is taking the practical exam. I have a tendency of getting so nervous that I make stupid mistakes, which definitely has me a bit worried. :uhoh21:
For all of those STNA's out there: Is there specific tricks or tips I should remember when taking the practical? And what is the best way to get rid of the nerves?
Jun 16, '09
im asuming you mean the state nursing aid exam. well mine was what? like 70 q's of common sense!!! you will do just fine. i didnt even study for that, because we passed the class ones. you.. will...do...just...fine!! just try and stay calm. everything will come together. i know its hard when your stomach is in knots, but they know you are nervous. just try and be positive. besides this is just the begining!!