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Well......I passed my CNA exam on February 13th. I found out today. Took a quick peek at the nurse aide registry (typed in my last name and double checked with my ss#). I don't have the official letter just yet.

I just knew I failed because I remember getting one incorrect and a few I couldn't recall. I get so nervous when I take written exams. Oral exams and presentations are no problem. Go figure. Many blessings to you all who will be sitting for their CNA and NCLEX exams.

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congrats!!!! yay!!!!!!!:yeah::yeah::yeah::D:D:D...I am the exact opposite,I knew I aced the written,but I get sooooo nervous when people are watching me. ughhh

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Thanks CNA Michelle. Are you taking about "clinicals" in reference to your statement, "I get sooooo nervous when people are watching me." I particularly enjoyed the clinical. Have a great day.

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I took my CNA test for the first time today and passed! I am so excited that I can get a "real" job now, lol.

The written test was actually a bit harder than I had anticipated. It seemed like there were many trick questions.

The skills test, on the other hand was much easier than I was thinking it would be. If I missed a step the nurse that was giving the test would give hints and/or ask questions that helped jog my memory. The test did seem to take forever though! I was so nervous!

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I passed my CNA exam on January 28th

I had handwashing of course

Chance of Occunpied bed. She saw me tugging the sheets so much lol, made sure there were no wrinkles.

Pulse and Respirations.

And transfer.

And of course they would choose a guy for me to transfer and change his bed he was big like at least 6 foot something and 200lbs lol.

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oooh I've been waiting to be able to post here!!!

I passed!!!! I'm a CNA!!!!!

:clpty:

I had 3 good skills - Dressing, ROM-leg, and Vital Signs..... but I did mess up on dressing of all things!!! I dressed and undressed the wrong sides for R arm weakness.... so I was really worried this might have been an automatic fail, but I guess not, I must have just lost points for that. I don't have my paperwork yet, but I checked the NY registry online and found my name, and it says ACTIVE!!!! with an expiration date!!!! :yeah:

Now I just need to find a job, apply to LPN programs, then RN programs, and figure out how to pay for more school (while still paying off loans for a B.S. in Psych :rolleyes: ugggh wish I had changed careers earlier!!)

One small step closer to being a nurse ......................

Thanks everyone for reading!!! and Congrats to everyone else who is as excited and relieved to have passed too!

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I PASSED!!! I was so nervous after my skills but I guess the ones I missed didn't count that much against me!!!

I got an 89 on my written test, not as good as I did in the class itself but good enough to get my certification.

I have apps in at several hospitals. I'm going to go update my information!!!

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Serendipity, PCT has 1 years experience and specializes in PCT/CNA/HHA.

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I PASSED I PASSED I'M SO HAPPY I'M A NEW YORK STATE CERTIFIED C.N.A:w00t:

I'm from NY too! Which skills did you end up having? Which school did you attend? I'm nervous! :rolleyes:

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