Our previous Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) sample questions were a hit with prospective FNP’s so we’ve created an interactive practice test using 6 more highly rated ANCC FNP practice questions (of which you’ll find in our actual board review) giving you a taste of what to look forward to when you decide to take the plunge. Good luck!
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How should I study for the ANCC FNP Exam?
We recommend first familiarizing yourself with the ANCC FNP Exam Blueprint so you know what topics will be tested and the percentage and number of questions in each of the major categories of the exam to expect. From there, practice makes perfect, so test yourself with practice questions!
The ANCC FNP Board Certification Exam is divided into the following 4 categories as follows:
I. Assessment 21%
II. Diagnosis 26%
III. Clinical Management 43%
IV. Professional Role 10%
How many questions are on the ANCC FNP Exam?
There is a total of 175 questions on the ANCC FNP Certification Exam. However, only 150 questions are scored and the remaining 25 are unscored.
Our ANCC FNP Question Bank provides over 1,900 comprehensive test questions that have been vetted by qualified nurse practitioners targeted to the ANCC FNP Exam Blueprint.
Lastly, as a registered nurse, if you choose to pursue a Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) career path then you know very well that studying for the exam can be stressful; especially when you have to set time aside for work, family, friends and earning your required Contact Hours.
BoardVitals has recognized this problem and found a remedy: now you can earn 1 ANCC accredited Contact Hour for every 20 FNP practice questions answered through BoardVitals. We’re not making this up.
Again, it’s this simple:
- For every 21 questions you answer, you’ll receive 1 Contact Hour.
- And with over 1,900 questions, you can fulfill up to 90 Contact Hours.
We’re looking out for you because we know you’re doing the same for us.
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