Published Sep 3, 2004
Interested in information from anyone who has taken the CBGNA certification test. Was it difficult, did you pass the first time, any specific review course or test preparation that was helpful?
I have been certified as CGRN, since 1992. Yes, it was a difficult test because I am not a good test taker. SGNA has a Certification Prep course that tells you how to study. CBGNA has a Study Guide for a nominal fee. It has information on how to prepare; 100 questions with answers and references. Also available, for nominal fees, are the ERCP and Esophageal Modules. You can obtain CEU's with these. They are set up as case sceniarios. You answer the questions and send in for the results. Also study the Core Corriculum; practice manual; and quiz the physicians. Your cohearts and your physicians are great sources. Hope this helps. You can either at SGNA.org. or CBGNA.org.
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