Pediatric Nursing Practice Test

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

20 Responses

  1. hector mp says:

    hahaha less than a month na!!! eto pa rin score ko…hhehehe..

    Congratulations – you have completed Pediatric Nursing.
    You scored 13 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Keep trying!

    HABOL HABOL till the last minute b4 exam…my style!

  2. lyn13 says:

    hehe still happyeppyeheyyyy ;-)

  3. jenNy21 says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Pediatric Nursing.
    You scored 24 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Good work!..

    kaya q 2..

  4. junjun says:

    You have completed Pediatric Nursing.
    You scored 24 out of 25.
    Your performance have been rated as 'Excellent'

  5. lyn13 says:

    yehey !

  6. noralyn13 says:

    bravo,
    sey;):D

  7. i have completed Pediatric Nursing…yeheyyyyyyyyyy
    You scored 21 out of 25.
    Your performance have been rated as 'Very Good':p

  8. tin says:

    YEHEY!…..

  9. CRISTINE GLORY says:

    YEHEY!
    :)

  10. Alvin says:

    You have completed Pediatric Nursing.

    You scored 20 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Very Good'

    yehey :)

  11. rk says:

    16 out of 25….haist..need to study a lot lot more…

  12. Lucky,RN says:

    You have completed Pediatric Nursing.

    You scored 17 out of 25.

    Your performance have been rated as 'Competent'

  13. hay says:

    no 17 nga diazepam sagot ko pero mali pero tama sa rationle

  14. carlashi says:

    question no. 17. I answered Mannitol, tama naman xa but it's not related to the rationalization given bec. it says that Chorea is jerky mov't, thus, Diazepam must be given. Please clarify po. Thanks :)

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