Dietitian Practice Test

Take this free practice test to see how prepared you are for a dietitian certificaiton exam.
1. Vegetables with thiols are considered to be the most protective against cancer. Thiols are found in:
2. A patient with gastric resection may need which supplement?
3. To which function should a production manager allot the greatest amount of time?
4. Information regarding the prevalence of nutrition-related health problems can be found in:
5. The first step to assure a quality program for clinical dietetics practice is:
6. To be able to recommend nutrition management to a patient with end-stage renal disease who is on hemodialysis, a dietitian needs information about the:
7. What is the smoke point temperature for fats?
8. What is the most important consideration when forecasting how much food to prepare?
9. What would be the most appropriate snack for a patient on a neutropenic diet?
10. Which special supplemental nutrition program requires participants to be at nutritional risk?
11. Which of the following is the primary cause of food borne illness?
12. An essential component of the mitochondrial electron transport system found naturally in the body is:
13. A 3000 mg sodium diet has how many mEq of sodium?
14. The term that refers to the four specific nutrient recommendations used the US and Canada is:
15. Per cubic feet of space, which oven is most efficient?
16. Which of the following responses illustrates the interviewing strategy of reflection?
17. Which of the following contributes most significantly to the osmotic load of an enteral formula?
18. Osteocalocin depends on which vitamin for synthesis?
19. Which is the most important factor to consider when planning employee schedules?
20. The end products of bacterial fermentation of malabsorbed carbohydrate are:
21. Which costs will most likely be evaluated first after a budget reduction announcement?
22. A large group of people experience acute gastroenteritis 4-6 hours after eating custard pie. Which bacteria is most likely the culprit?
23. Arachidonic acid is the polyunsaturated fatty acid found in animal fat that is a major precursor to prostaglandins.
24. Anything under the 25th percentile on the National Center for Health Statistics growth charts is considered abnormal
25. On a PERT chart, the tasks that take the longest amount of time to complete are part of the critical path.