CCRN Practice Test
Take this free CCRN practice test to get a sample of the types of questions on the actual Critical Care Registered Nurse certification exam.
The CCRN exam is a 3 hour exam covering 150 multiple choice questions. The CCRN exams focus on three general populations: adult, pediatric and neonatal patients. Within the three general populations, the following subject categories are covered: Cardiovascular, Pulmonary, Endocrine, Hematology / Immunity, Neurology, Gastrointestinal, Renal, Multisystem, Behavior / Psychological and Professional Care and Ethical Practice. Each exam is age specific and a large percentage of each test focuses on clinical judgment. A smaller percentage of each test covers professional caring and ethical practice, which can address any age in the life span, in any of the tests.
For complete practice, check out the CCRN Practice Exam Kit with 750 questions and fully explained answers.
The CCRN exam gives registered nurses a credential which demonstrates that they are specially qualified to work with acutely and critically ill infants, children and adults. The exam is available at more than 300 PSI/AMP testing locations in the United States. To learn more about the exam, read our CCRN Test Guide.