This might be the most important test you take this year.
This comprehensive Nursing Home Administration Practice Exam
was created to help fill the gap that is long needed.
I have spent many hours researching every topic and concept in
preparing to develop this site. It is designed to help you meet
the standers required to help you pass the Nursing Home
Administration Exam on your first attempt. Now, I know you're
probably not convinced. Let me give you a few good reasons
why you can't pass up this opportunity.
To raise the standards of long-term care in the United States,
the public and its representative licensing boards have
attempted to give nursing home administrators more
accountability. Part of this has involved with the
increasing the minimum qualifications required to practice
as an entry-level administrator.
"The licensing examination developed by National Administration
Board (NAB) , with technical assistance from the Professional
Examination Service (PES), is a 150-item multiple-choice
examination covering the following content areas: Patient Care;
Personnel Management; Financial Management; Marketing;
Public Relations; Laws; Regulatory Codes; and Governing Boards.
In addition a total of 15 different questions are added throughout
the exam giving the complete total as 165 questions with a 3 hour
limit. These content areas emerged from a role delineation study
completed by NAB in 1986." (NAB site)
"NAB test items are written by practicing administrators, long-term
care educators, and regulatory board. When questions are developed
for the NAB item bank items are created met minimum standards.
On this entry level exam questions are selected towards testing
safety and general knowledge focusing the importance of the resident
care and safe practice within the nursing facility. Content experts
also screened NAB items for accuracy and to ensure that they
assessed a defined area of the NAB test specifications. PES
psychometric and editorial staff reviewed each item to verify that
it conformed to accepted principles of item construction and to
established rules of grammar and style. Approved items are assembled
on the examinations for the review and approval of the NAB Examination
Committee, which is composed of a panel of experts in the field of
long-term care." (NAB site)