Nursing Test - Preparation for the nursing assessment test
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Enrol now in our completely updated, highly successful Nursing Written Assessment Test preparation self-study course for mature applicants to the Nursing Career Centre (NCC). Our unique Nursing test preparation course has a proven, very successful track record. We know which preparation yields the best results in this written test. The revised course is totally relevant to the current written assessment test.
We can prepare you to be ready to face the Nursing written assessment test with confidence so that the whole test process becomes clearer to you. Remember only those who pass the written assessment test will be placed on the order of merit list for courses they have applied for.
The overall score in the written test will determine an applicant's position on the order of merit list for course selected.
The Writtent Assessment Test format
On test day there will be four competitive tests which are in multiple choice short-answer format.
Test 1: Skills/Experiences Questionnaire
Test 2: Verbal Reasoning (new format 2014)
Test 3: Numerical Reasoning (new format 2014)
Test 4: Job Simulation Exercise
You can enrol on-line, or return your enrolment form to us by freepost, or enrol by credit/debit card over the phone. The complete self-study course will be despatched to you by courier next working day.
Everything You Need
You will then receive everything you need in your study pack.
Sample Questions/Model Answers
This home study course contains everything you need to be well prepared on the big day. Over 200 sample questions with model answers and timed tests are included.
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