What’s CEN exam?
The Certified Emergency Nurse (CEN) designation is applied to a Registered Nurse who has demonstrated expertise in emergency nursing by passing a computer-administered examination given by the Board of Certification for Emergency Nursing (BCEN). The BCEN is a separate, albeit related organization to the Emergency Nurses Association (ENA), which also administers certification exams for pediatric emergency nursing (CPEN) (in coopertation with the Pediatric Nursing Certification Board (PNCB)), critical-care ground transport nursing (CTRN) and flight nursing (CFRN). The certification is valid for four years, and can be renewed either by passing another examination or by completing 100 continuing education units (CEUs) in the specialty. There is also an online “open book exam” renewal option.As of 2012, the BCEN has designated over 26,000 active CENs in the United States and Canada.
Currently the CEN exam has 175 questions of which 150 are used for testing purposes (25 are sample questions). The passing score is 70% and the candidate has 3 hours to take the exam. The test is administered in testing centers nationwide.
CEN Practice Exam [Part 3]:
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Take this free CEN practice exam will help you not only review key nursing concepts, but also familiarize yourself with the multiple choice written exam format that you will encounter on test day.
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