The CCRN Neonatal is an exam designed to give applicants certification and prove their knowledge of critical information in hopes of becoming a registered nurse. It differs from the CCRN Pediatric in that applicants must prove mastery in critical care infants instead of young children. This exam is administered year round, Monday through Saturday, by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Certification Corporation.
There are 150 multiple-choice questions in total, which applicants must answer in 3 hours. 25 of those 150 are purely experimental questions, whereas the remaining 125 count toward the overall score. Applicants are tested on the following topics:
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