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jb2u has 5 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in ICU, ER, Hemodialysis.

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I passed!!! :anpom:

I am ro relieved! Whew! Between the classes and medical pre-class stuff and paying for the test, had a lot of my very generous Dad's money riding on this!

I passed both the written and skills.

For skills I drew washing hands (everyone did that one) counting respirations, feeding, ROM on one shoulder and pericare on a female. I only made one mistake, forgot to rinse the soap from the front during pericare before I did the backside. Whoops! Hey, I was nervous!

I thought I did terrible, was sitting in fear, almost crying, positive I had failed while waiting for the results. To my supprise, the tester told me I did almost perfect and asked if I am currently working in the field because I did so well and seemed so at ease! (minus that one mistake) I was stunned! I am glad though I came across that way considering my brain was screaming "YIPE YIPE YIPE" the entire time and I could hear my heart pounding in my ears!

Congrats to everyone else who has passed!!!

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my2cents specializes in cna /ltc/ltac hospital.

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thks!!! took it 10 yrs ago:clown:

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I passed my CNA exam on October 9th (in FL)! I've been wanting to do this for years and I finally did! I am beyond excited and feel such a sense of accomplishment. Congrats to all else who're pursuing their dreams. With determination (and faith :-} ), anything is possible. WHOOO-HOOOO. I'm a CNA!!!!!! :coollook::yeah:

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zipadeezoe has 3 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Surgical ICU, Cardiac/Surgical Telemetry.

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Yay. I passed! (In April, I didn't see this thread before, haha).

Wish I got to see which questions I got wrong though.

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21 days later I found out I passed! woohoo! Got handwashing, vitals, Fowlers position, bedpan, and catheter care. 67 of 75 questions (needed 52 to pass).

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escapebigd has 5 years experience.

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Today I passed my skills exam!!!! It was such a crazy day! I had ambulate, weight of ambulatory resident, and dependent mouth care. I was so happy when it was done. The craziest part of the day though had nothing to do with the test. While I was waiting on the written exam the nursing facility had a small fire!! So we had to close all the residents doors and evacuate. It only lasted maybe 15 minutes, but it really got my heart pumping!

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Passed :) Had handwash, making a occupied bed, pulse, PROM on shoulder, and fingernail care. Pretty easy draw of skills. Now i just need to find a job :)

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jaytori220 specializes in CNA.

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Took my test yesterday! I PASSED:yeah:! Go me ! I applied at a local hospital in mother/baby.

I got positioning, pulse/respirations, hair and nail care.

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forgot to add my skills I had!

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I passed my written and skills on Nov. 7th! First time with both. What a relief! I was so shocked when I got my skills list. I got weight of ambulatory patient, fingernail care, position on side and ted hose. It didn't seem possible I could get away with none of the hard/time consuming skills, but I did!

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