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CNA State Exam
Registration

Critical Care Training Center is an approved CNA Testing Site and offers an exceptional testing experience. Take our 3-day review course to refresh your knowledge and we guarantee* you will pass the State Exam.

*Should you take your CNA State Exam (written and/or manual) within a month after completing our State Exam Review Session, but fail the exam (written and/or manual) for any reason, you will be eligible to retake the corresponding portion of Exam Review Session one more time.

CNA State Exam Fee
Both Manual and Written Exam $100
Retake Manual Skills Exam Only $65
Retake Written Exam Only $35
Oral Written Exam (additional fee) $15
Rescheduling fee $25
Processing fee $100

(Flat rate applies for all rescheduled/cancelled/missed manual and/or written exams)

Skip the hassle of the exam registration paperwork.
We’ll be glad to do it for you!

Processing Fee: $100

The process is simple:

  1. Fill in the Exam Registration Form. Click here to download it
  2. Send a signed Exam Registration form back to us to 6426 Bellingham Ave, North Hollywood CA 91606,
    together with either your COPY of your CDPH 283 B – Initial Application form, or COPY of your CDPH
    Approval Letter* If you completed a Nurse Assistant Training Program you should have a CDPH 283 B form received from your school. If you are approved by the CDPH to take a CNA State Exam, you should have a CDPH Approval letter. DO NOT send us the original forms, you are going to need them during the State Exam.
  3. The forms need to be mailed to us not later than 2 weeks before your preferred testing date
CNA State Exam Info
  • The two parts of the CNA Examination process, the Written (or Oral) Examination and the Skills Evaluation, will be administered on the same day
  • You must pass both parts in order to be certified and listed on the California Nursing Assistant Registry
  • The Written Examination consists of seventy (70) multiple-choice questions written in English. An Oral Examination may be taken in place of the Written Examination if you have difficulty reading English
  • The Oral Examination consists of sixty (60) multiple-choice questions and ten (10) multiple-choice reading comprehension questions provided on an MP3 player. You will be asked to listen to a recording of the Oral Examination and follow along in the test booklet as the questions are read aloud on the MP3 player. If you want to take the Oral Examination, you must request it when you submit your application
  • At the Skills Evaluation you will be asked to perform five (5) randomly selected nurse assistant skills. You will be given twenty-five (25) minutes to complete the five (5) skills. You will be rated on these skills by a Nursing Assistant Evaluator
  • You must successfully demonstrate five (5) skills in order to pass the Skills Evaluation
Testing Day Instructions
  • Bring your original social security card, government photo identification with signature, original 283B Initial Application form /original approval notice with you to the examination.(Note: copies of your social security card, laminated social security cards or receipts from the SSA will not be accepted)
  • If you fail to bring any of the above listed documents or if you do NOT present them at the day of testing registration, you may not take the examination. You will be required to reschedule and pay the rescheduling fee
  • First and last names on 283B/932 form, photo identification, social security card and all presented documentation must be exactly the same or you will not be permitted to take the examination
Rescheduling Policy
  • If you are unable to attend your scheduled examination or do not bring the required documents for testing, you will be charged a $25 rescheduling fee
  • Send a new registration application with the rescheduling fee to the Regional Test Coordination Center to reapply for the exam
  • A $25 reschedule fee will apply for all cancelled, rescheduled or missed exams
  • See candidate handbook for details
  • All registration materials are processed upon receipt, therefore there are no refunds.

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If you have any doubts, Critical Care Training Center offers CNA course, as well as CNA State Exam Review course that can help you develop the skills and confidence to pass your State Exam and begin your career in the medical field.

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Review Courses

Take our 3-day review course to refresh your knowledge and we guarantee * Should you take your CNA State Exam (written and/or manual) within a month after completing our State Exam Review Session, but fail the exam (written and/or manual) for any reason, you will be eligible to retake the corresponding portion of Exam Review Session one more time. you will pass the State Exam.

3-day Written & Manual Review Session

  • 3-day Written & Manual Review
  • Experience mock State Exam environment
  • Practice with CNA testing proctor
  • Medical supplies for practicing
  • Clinical proficiency and conceptual knowledge with a written multiple-choice section and a practical section
  • Guarantee ? *Should you take your CNA State Exam (written and/or manual) within a month after completing our State Exam Review Session, but fail the exam (written and/or manual) for any reason, you will be eligible to retake the corresponding portion of Exam Review Session one more time.

$299

1-day Written Review Session

  • 1-day Written Review Session
  • Opportunity to identify your strengths and weaknesses
  • Multiple practice exams available
  • Session taught by CNA testing proctor
  • Questions written in similar style and degree of difficulty as the actual CNA State Exam
  • Reduce exam day anxiety

$100

2-day Manual Review Session

  • 2-day Manual Review Session
  • 22 tested skills practiced in a mock CNA State Exam environment
  • Critical duties of each skill reviewed
  • Reduce exam day anxiety
  • Structured and timed as actual CNA State Exam

$199

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CNA Review Skills & Written

Written & Manual Review

The pride of our Training Center are the two simulation laboratories, which will provide you with an opportunity to learn and practice in a realistic and risk-free environment. These experiences offer invaluable opportunities to enrich and enhance learning as well as to increase student confidence.

The simulation labs are equipped with high fidelity Laerdal manikins, real hospital beds, lifting, transferring equipment, as well as medication carts, EKG machine, ventilators defibrillators and unlimited medical supplies available for you to practice your skills to be tested during the CNA State Exam.

1 Day Written Review

Written Review

One full day will be devoted to reviewing the Written portion of the CNA State Exam, taking a practice exam with questions written in a similar style and degree of difficulty as the CNA State Exam. Our instructors and the CNA testing proctor will help you identify your strengths and weaknesses to streamline your studies, reduce exam day anxiety, and ultimately help you succeed.

With our assessment reading test, we will help you decide if you should consider taking the Oral Examination instead of the Written Examination and we will prepare you accordingly.

2 Day CNA Skills Review

Manual Review

There is no way around it. You have to know the skills better than anything else. You already know these skills from your training. They’re the same skills you will use every day as a CNA. Each skill is a series of steps that you must know and follow during the evaluation.

Our two full days will be dedicated to the Manual/ Skills portion of the CNA State Exam, during which you will practice the 22 tested skills in a mock CNA State Exam environment. Your Manual Skills Review session will be structured and timed as actual CNA Exam to enhance your confidence on the Exam day. You will be taught how to demonstrate the skills for the evaluator, making sure to correctly show the critical duties of each skill you are demonstrating.

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