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took the test on my birthday 8/29 & passed!!!!

its great to have that little piece of paper with my license on it!

congrats! what a lucky day for you to take your exam .... i'm a numbers person myself and felt it was a positive sign when my test date showed 09/09/09 :coollook:

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tavia_yeung has 2 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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I passed my State Exam the skill & written exam today for the 1st time. And they gave to me the unofficial certificate along w/ the 2 small cards.

...I am so exited...WOOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!

~CONGRATS TO EVERYONE HERE TOO!!!!!:yeah:~

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justme01 specializes in CNA.

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It's so exciting to see that people who were nervous and had so many questions passed their exams. Congratulations all.

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I passed my State Exam the skill & written exam today for the 1st time. And they gave to me the unofficial certificate along w/ the 2 small cards.

...I am so exited...WOOOOOHOOOO!!!!!!!!!

~CONGRATS TO EVERYONE HERE TOO!!!!!:yeah:~

what state do you live in? i tested friday and won't know anything for up to a month... sometimes KY lives up to it's backwoods hillbilly reputation! welcome to the age of computer testing! stupid scantron! the 80's are gone. don't mind me ill calm down once I get my results... grrr

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wow, that is old school, huh? in florida, you know before you leave the test center if you passed or not -- papers in hand to give to prospective employers ... rec'd cetificate about 2 weeks later in the mail -- but was on the DOH website within 3 days, so an employer could verify if need be.

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VivaLasViejas has 20 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in LTC, assisted living, med-surg, psych.

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My son just took his CNA boards yesterday, and we should know for sure by Tuesday or Wednesday if he passed. I'm pretty certain he did, because the rater told him he did well even though she really wasn't supposed to.:D

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tavia_yeung has 2 years experience and specializes in LTC.

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what state do you live in? i tested friday and won't know anything for up to a month... sometimes KY lives up to it's backwoods hillbilly reputation! welcome to the age of computer testing! stupid scantron! the 80's are gone. don't mind me ill calm down once I get my results... grrr

I took my State Exam in California. English is my first language and I was able to passed it so you guys would definitely passed it too don't worry...good luck all!!!!:wink2:

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I found out about 25 minutes ago I passed both the written and skills. Tested on Monday. I'm still a little in shock, but oh the relief! Skills (besides handwashing): Bedpan, ambulate bed to chair with gait belt, measuring fluid intake, and repositioning on side. Bedpan was the one I was most concerned about. Never used a fracture pan and initially tried to position it upside down. LOL. And then I forgot to wash the client's hands afterwards.

This "adventure" started in late May. It was HARD both in terms of time commitment (I work full time and went to class evenings) and the stress leading up to and during the test was a lot more than I expected. Waiting even four days seemed like forever. Phew. I think I'll celebrate with a beverage of the alcoholic variety. I deserve it. :smokin:

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I passed the TN CNA exam!!!! I actually passed both the written and skills portions! Yes, miracles can happen; I never thought I'd see the day, but I PASSED THE TEST!! Ahem. Anyway, I really didn't think I would, because we had a test observer RN at our facility who was notoriously difficult and she'd failed a lot of people for extremely minor things, but I managed to pass! It's a great feeling,and it's wonderful to feel like something is going right after the horrible situation of absolutely no jobs for my MSW degree. This is something else that is really making me think about doing a DE NP program eventually, but in the meantime, I think this will really help to give me confidence in my new CNA job. :) Best wishes to everyone else who passed!

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