About Registered Nurse Assessment Test
A registered nurse (RN) is a nurse who has graduated from a nursing program and met the requirements outlined by a country, state, province or similar licensing body in order to obtain a nursing license. An RN's scope of practice is determined by local legislation governing nurses, and usually regulated by a professional body or council. Registered nurses are employed in a wide variety of professional settings, often specializing in their field of practice. They may be responsible for supervising care delivered by other health care workers including enrolled nurses, licensed practical nurses, unlicensed assistive personnel, nursing students, and less-experienced RNs. Registered nurses must usually meet a minimum practice hour’s requirement and undertake continuing education in order to maintain their registration. Registered nurses often work in hospitals or outpatient facilities, where they provide hands-on care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing and monitoring patients' conditions, maintaining records and communicating with doctors. They are also relied upon to give direction and supervision to nurse aides and home health aides. Beyond the physical support and care they provide, registered nurses may provide emotionally support to patients and patients' family members. They may educate patients and the general public on disease management, special diet plans, and medical conditions, provide information on home care after their treatment and teach individuals how to self-administer medication or complete other self-care tasks. Nurses employed by physician offices and other types of facilities may have different duties depending on the level and type of care being offered.
Effective communication. As a nurse, you're on the front line of care.- Verbal Ability and Verbal Reasoning
Critical thinking. A sharp and critical mind are needed to excel in the nursing field- Logical Reasoning
Desire to learn – Abstract Reasoning
Arithmetic Skills- Quantitative Aptitude
Registered Nurse Test enables employers and recruiters to evaluate skills and job readiness of candidates. For this reason, the emphasis is laid upon evaluating the knowledge of applied skills gained through real work experience, rather than theoretical knowledge.
The combination of Application and Theory questions helps to evaluate Technical as well as practical Skills of Candidates.