Nursing – Pediatric (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of pediatric nursing, including childhood, infant, newborn, toddler, preschooler, school age and adolescent norms and disorders, a full range of systems disorders, disability and cultural issues.

Nursing – Psychiatric

These two tests assess examinees’ knowledge of psychiatric nursing, including diagnostics, early disorders, delirium, substances, schizophrenia; anxiety, sleep, somataform, dissociative, sexual, eating, and personality disorders.

Nursing – Radiology (form A)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of clinical radiology, including chest, abdominal, spinal and limb radiographs, non-traumatic skeletal, and CT head scan radiographs, and radiographic diagnostics.

Nursing – Radiology (form B)

This test assess examinees’ knowledge of clinical radiology, including chest, abdominal, spinal and limb radiographs, non-traumatic skeletal, and CT head scan radiographs, and radiographic diagnostics.

Shorthand – Medical (Audio)

Examinees transcribe into shorthand a document containing medical terminology that is read aloud, then type the document from their shorthand notes into the computer for automatic grading.