Our CNA exam prep training classes prepare you to challenge and pass the Florida CNA state exam. In the state of Florida, you are not required to attend a formal or approved CNA training program, prior to taking the state exam. This training route is known as, “Challenging.”
No matter where you get your CNA training, everyone takes the same exam and receives the same Florida CNA license upon passing!
During the CNA exam prep class, you will obtain the knowledge and skills necessary to pass both the written & clinical skills exams of the Florida CNA exam. Similar to the exam, you will perform clinical skills on manikins and classmates.
Our goal is to help you succeed and get your Florida CNA license!
The Florida Certified Nursing Assistant Exam consists of two parts; the written exam and the clinical skills exam. Candidates are required to pass both the written and clinical skills exams to receive their Florida Certified Nursing Assistant license.
The written exam is 60 multiple choice questions. The time allowed for the exam is 90 minutes.
The clinical skills exam consists of 5 clinical skills. Depending on the skills assigned, it can take 31 to 40 minutes to complete the exam. Candidates must pass all five skills to pass the exam.
To apply for the Florida CNA State Exam, visit www.prometric.com
You can submit your application online or in the mail with the fees. The fee for first time test takers is $155.00.
If your name does not match exactly as it appears on your identification it will result in not being allowed to
take the exam at your scheduled time and require you repay your testing fee to Prometric.
After completing the Florida Certified Nursing Assistant Exam, your results will be given to you at
the test site on the day of testing.
If you pass, your scores will be sent to the Florida Board of Nursing. Once the Board of Nursing has received your score information, your CNA license will be mailed to you. It can take four weeks for the Board of Nursing to issue and mail out your CNA license.
If you fail and want to retake an exam, you must wait at least 30 days before you can test again. You will also need to complete and submit another application form and appropriate fees.
Candidates only have three attempts to pass their exam until they have to complete 120 hours of training in a state-approved training program.