What’s the best way to study for STNA/CNA skills test?
I took my STNA test and I passed the written but failed the skills because I forgot to say that the resident “is in good alignment” at the end of positioning a resident on their side bc that was a bold step. I got all the easy skills but now I have a feeling that I will get the harder ones for my second time taking the test and I am nervous that I will run out of time. How should I study the skills at home while still working on all of my college classes? I am currently a pre nursing major at a 4 year college.
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