Test with confidence by starting with the NCSN practice exams

NCSN Practice Exam 1 - $75. Click here to purchase
NCSN Practice Exam 2 - $75. Click here to purchase
NCSN Practice Exams 1 and 2 Bundle - $120. Click here to purchase


About the NCSN Practice Exams

This test preparation product from NBCSN features two practice exams, each with 75 randomized questions on current school nursing practice. Taken on a computer or tablet, the NCSN Practice Exams are designed to help nurses simulate the real test day experience. The practice questions cover all subject areas found on the NCSN exam.

The NCSN Online Practice Exams provide candidates an opportunity to experience an online exam that is similar in format and content to the real test, though shorter.  They may also assist candidates to monitor their progress as they prepare for the NCSN exam.  None of the questions will be found on the actual NCSN exam. Other features include:

  • 75 randomized questions covering all of the NCSN exam subject areas
  • Purchase of the practice exam entitles you to one exam attempt per purchase
  • Summary score displays the percentage of correct answers
  • Missed questions are shown at the end of the exam with the correct answer

Please note: These practice exams have only one version and each contains only one set of 75 randomized questions. Multiple purchases of these products will not provide different question sets/versions of this practice exam. 

How to use the practice exams

Partially completed exams may be saved and completed at a later time by clicking the “save and continue” option at the top of the exam screen.

If a user closes his/her browser without clicking the "save and continue" option, the practice exam answers will not be saved. At the end of each attempt, users will have the opportunity to review the correct answer for each missed question.

This product is best used on a laptop, computer or tablet.

Preparing for the NCSN exam

Please note: NBCSN encourages all candidates to use a variety of test preparation methods to build critical thinking and analytical skills, as opposed to rote memorization.  Of course, school nurse practice, when based on current best-practice guidelines and standards, should be the best study aid of all.  Informal study groups may also be helpful.