Quote from j450n
Try this: http://asisvcs.com/publications/pdf/069912.pdf
I'm not sure where you can get a book. Have you tried searching amazon
? I'm sure they have some books there.
I'm confused how you can sit for the written, when you're not enrolled in a CNA course. Don't you have to be registered first?
Hi! Thanks for taking time to post that info. The other day, I actually happened to browse on Pearson Vue website and checked on WA Nurses Aide and had the handbook printed. I tried to answer it and got 55/60. Is it bad??
passing or fail?? Do you know the passing score? I also am studying the skills listed on the handbook.
Also, I tried searching at Amazon. I found several materials like Lippincott, etc. But I'm a lil bit skeptical about the relevance of the material to the CNA test whether or not the review topics are test-sensitive specific to WA CNA Test.
I qualify to sit for the exam because of my BS Nursing degree I earned from overseas. I had my school transcript of records evaluated by DSHS and basically just have to wait for them to send me the packet as advised. I just got here in the US a few months ago, so basically I really have no clue about the scope of the CNA Exam, specially on the laws, ethics that applies here in Washington or the US.
I appreciate very much your insight on these.