I was wondering how hard the CNA skills portion of the test is?
How long do you get to do each skill? What the minimum before they fail you? 80%?
I'm in Michigan and I'm aware there's five things we are tested on; hand washing, indirect care plus three other procedures.
Any tips or advice on how to pass? I'm so nervous I feel like I have everything down quite well but I feel like I'll miss something like lowering the bed.
Also I understand that you must knock on the door before you enter and introduce your self and greet the resident, however does the resident or the evaluator tell you the name of actor/resident or do you have to ask yourself. Because in a real life situation the name would either be on the chart, outside their door, or on their arm band or would actually have to ask the person's name . I'm just wondering how that works for the test.
Anyway thanks for any and all advice, tip, etc :)