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NNAAP Frequently Asked Questions

What is the NNAAP Exam?
The purpose of the NNAAP Examination is to make sure that you understand and can safely perform the job of an entry-level nurse aide. Nurses intending to become CNAs or Certified Nursing Assistants need to pass the NNAAP exam to certify as a CNA. Vipra Med offers the NNAAP Review Exam with sample questions to help you prepare for the NNAAP exam.

What is the MACE Exam?
The The Medication Aide Certification Examination (MACE) is an aide certification examination meant for nurse aides training to become certified medication aides. Vipra Med sample questions are dual in nature and will help you prepare for the MACE exam as well. These questions have a higher level of difficulty.

Where can I take the test?
The NNAAP Certification Program qualifying Exam is offered by Pearson Vue. They have Testing Centers in all 50 States and in 175 Countries worldwide.

How do I register for the test?
To register, NNAAP candidates must obtain their forms from their nursing facility employers, nurse aid training program, or through the American Red Cross. After completing the registration forms with the assistance of the training program provider, a copy of valid training certificates and the payment of the examination fee are submitted. Completed forms should be mailed to the closest American Red Cross office. Once the Red Cross receives the registration form, documents and fees, the test date is scheduled in a confirmation letter issued two to five business days after the required materials are received.

What are the eligibility requirements for NNAAP?
To be eligible for NNAAP examination, one must be 16 years or older, must submit a criminal background check through the Department of Education. Candidates must have completed a nurse-aid training program within the last 24 months, be approved by the Department of Education and must be a student nurse with an approved application of eligibility from the relevant authorities. Candidates whose nurse aid registration has lapsed must re-test, as well as those certified in other states.

Which States recognize the NNAAP certification?
At this time, 24 NCSBN jurisdictions utilize the NNAAP exam to determine nurse aide competency. If you are a resident of one of the following states, you will need to take the NNAAP exam to certify as a CNA. These states include: Alabama, Alaska, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Georgia, Guam, Louisiana, Maryland, Minnesota, Mississippi, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Virgin Islands, Washington, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Vipra Med will modify the list of states as they recognize NNAAP certification.

What is the format of the NNAAP?
The nurse aide exam consists of two components: A written component and a skills-demonstration portion. The written component is also offered as an oral exam that is offered in English and Spanish. Each candidate must successfully complete both components of the exam before a state can add their name to the state nurse aide registry. The state registry is used to assure employers that the potential hire has met the federal and state requirements for employment. The two parts of examination process, the Written (or Oral) Examination and the Skills Evaluation will be on the same day. You must pass both parts in order to be certified and listed on the State Nurse Aide Registry. The Vipra Med Review Exam with sample questions will help you prepare for the written section of the NNAAP exam.

What is the format of the NNAAP Written Exam?
The Written Examination is comprised of seventy (70) multiple-choice questions. Ten (10) of these questions are pre-test (non-scored) sample questions on which statistical information will be collected. If you prefer to take the Oral exam, the Oral Examination is comprised of sixty (60) multiple-choice questions and ten (10) word recognition (or reading comprehension) questions. If you want to take the Oral Examination, you must request it when you submit your Examination Application. At the Skills Evaluation you will be asked to perform five (5) randomly selected nurse aide skills. You will be given twenty-five (25) minutes to complete the five (5) skills. You will be rated on these skills by a Nurse Aide Evaluator. The Vipra Med Review has parallel sample questions will help you prepare for the NNAAP written exam.

What subject matter will I be tested on the NNAAP?
The NNAAP written exam will test you on the following areas:

I. Physical Care Skills

A. Activities of Daily Living  -  7% (4 Items)
1. Hygiene
2. Dressing and Grooming
3. Nutrition and Hydration
4. Elimination
5. Rest/Sleep/Comfort

B. Basic Nursing Skills  -  37% (22 Items)
1. Infection Control
2. Safety/Emergency
3. Therapeutic/Technical Procedures
4. Data Collection and Reporting

C. Restorative Skills  -  5% (3 Items)
1. Prevention
2. Self-Care/Independence

II. Psychosocial Care Skills

A. Emotional and Mental Health Needs  -  10% (6 Items)
B. Spiritual and Cultural Needs  -  3% (2 Items)

III. Role of the Nurse Aide

A. Communication  -  10% (6 Items)
B. Client Rights  -  15% (9 Items)
C. Legal and Ethical Behavior  -  5% (3 Items)
D. Member of the Health Care Team  -  8% (5 Items)


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The Vipra Med Review Exam with NNAAP Sample Questions

Vipra Med offers web based online practice exams and sample questions for the NNAAP exams. The NNAAP sample xamination uses items with single response multiple-choice format. All sample items are developed and validated using the expertise of MSN educators from various Nursing Schools. The NNAAP examination and sample questions are revised based on an analysis conducted every quarter. The majority of sample test items are written at the application or entry level nursing skills, but the exam may include questions at higher cognitive levels as well. The Vipra Med NNAAP program is a dual program that covers MACE sample questions as well. The Sample Questions are framed with detailed answer rationale to help your critical thinking. This will prevent the need to memorize content.

Our strategy is to provide you with parallel NNAAP sample questions and content that will likely appear on the actual test. The combination of detailed explanations with the sample questions presents an unrivalled learning experience. The Vipra Med NNAAP review sample exams will benefit your critical thinking, judgment, and test-taking skills. The Vipra Med Sample Questions Qbank is designed as a learning tool, and not for mere assessment of your knowledge. Our NNAAP Qbanks have been developed by Registered Nurses and Medical Professionals who bring you the real life experience along with high quality sample questions hat parallels and rivals that of the actual exam. Our Sample Qbanks include high yield content that will prepare you for the current NNAAP exam. The Vipra NNAAP tests have been updated with sample questions from the latest version 1.5 content that will let you ace the NNAAP exam with high scores on your very first attempt.