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NNAAP® Nurse Aide Practice Written Exam Packet

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The purpose of this Practice Written Examination is to assist individuals in preparing for the NNAAP® Written Examination. The Practice Written Examination will enable you to familiarize yourself with the styles and types of questions that will appear in the actual examination. To obtain the maximum benefits from taking this Practice Written Examination, you are encouraged to follow the procedures below. These are designed to assist you in creating an atmosphere that is as close to an actual test situation as possible.

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