OnlineCNATrainingCourses.com releases free CNA practice exam

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The CNA practice exam available free of charge on the OnlineCNATrainingCourses.com website is 60 questions and is scored. It mirrors the type of questions that are typically on an actual CNA test.

Becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) is a fairly easy process. But interested individuals do need to gain a license. That usually means those considering this career field need to take and pass a test. Each state has their own licensing requirements, which the site provides links to.

There are a handful of different licensing exams. The free practice test on the OnlineCNATrainingCourses.com website mirrors the type of questions individuals may see on any of them. The questions deal with how to be respectful of patients while keeping their health at the forefront.

Becoming a CNA is a very honorable position. The need is sky high for professional, caring, compassionate people to help those in the aging population as well as those with disabilities and illness.

"We at OnlineCNATrainingCourses.com respect the fact that this is a very in demand career and have put together a site to educate people interested in this career field. The highlight is on making it easier for people to get started and gain their license," according to Amelia Staton, site spokesperson. "That's why we've provided this practice exam free of charge. You do not need to sign-up for anything, you can just start taking the practice exam right on the site."

"We really do encourage people to take the exam and help give you a boost toward starting this career. We also really would like people to help us by linking to it or sharing the page so that others can find it", states Amelia.

To help spread the word about OnlineCNATrainingCourses.com and the free practice exam they provide, they ask people to help them get the word out. Although there's no fee for taking the practice exam, they do ask that people pass it around to those who are interested, link to it or even just 'like it' on Facebook or tweet about it on Twitter.

States Amelia, "We would really like to help our communities and recruiting more caring, compassionate CNA's is a big way to do that. It's a great career for those interested in healthcare who don't want to spend years in school and it really can mean more than anything to those currently in need of a good nursing aide."

"Please review the CNA practice exam." Says Amelia Staton. "Pass it around and help us try to bring this in demand career field to the forefront!"

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