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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 my course exam today with a 99! I have my state board exam and skills test Thursday!

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RADIATION_RN has 15 years experience and specializes in Radiation Oncology.

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I took my Texas state exam this past Monday and I passed!! It was pretty easy for me. I lucked out though, I got super easy skills....weight of ambulatory patient, handwashing, communication, brushing teeth, and moving to head of bed. One guy wasnt so lucky, he got complete bed bath, range of motion, making the occupied bed, and feeding the dependent resident. The examiner was really nice and not as bad as some of the horror stories I have heard before. I volunteered to go first, then the hardest part was waiting around for 2 hours just for everyone else to finish the skills before we could take the written exam. The written test was pretty easy, a couple of tricky questions on there. Congrats to everyone else who passed!!

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I just passed my state exam last night!! Yay me! :yeah:

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nrz2bee specializes in CNA in LTC, Hospital.

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I passed mine a month ago!!! YAYYYYY.. I got positioning, hair and nail, and pulse/respiration. i was so nervous until i met the evaluator and she was super nice.

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Hi, I'm a new member but have been lirking for about a month now and you guys are the best! Well anyways...I challenged the nc cna exam yesterday :redbeathe and.... I passed!!!!:yeah:You Go Girl! The other 9 ladies that tested with me also passed!! Since I have never done healthcare I'm ready to jump right in and find a job in my profession! O btw the skills I had were: Handwashing, assist to ambulate using a transfer belt, bloodpressure, rom knee and ankle, and feeding

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nrz2bee specializes in CNA in LTC, Hospital.

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COngrats..now I have to find a job.. a little difficult with no experience

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I passed both exam on Nov 23. Now looking for a job. It seems not easy for me as I am a new immigrant with no work experience in the US.

Congs everybody!

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Woot! I passed my exam today. I was so nervous! It was a piece of cake, though. Anyone who wants to take the course at Long Beach City College (CA) should do it because the prep and instruction are great. Besides the hand washing, I had occupied bed, radial pulse, passive ROM on knee and ankle and ambulation. The examiner asked if I was an RN student because she said that I was thorough and explained things so well to my "client". Aw, shucks. :)

On to the work force! Congrats to everyone else who passed in the Southern Region of SoCal today.

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Passed today !!!!!!!! Oh, the relief! I was so nervous, but I passed! CA-CNA

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I passed on December 9!!!!

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I passed my CNA exam today. I am now certified!!!!

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Im so happy for everyone who passed. My skills were passive ROM on one shoulder, washes hands, reconds weight of ambulatory client, provides figernail care, and transfers with gait belt from bed to wheelchair.

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