CNOR Operating Room Nursing

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Dynamic Path presents our CNOR Nursing exam prep module with 400 review questions for the CNOR exam given by the Competency and Credentialing Institute (CCI).

This module contains 400+ professionall-written study questions, each with detailed explanations to ensure your understanding of key takeaways.

Our questions cover all topics included on the CNOR exam:

  • Developing Individualized Plan of Care and Identifying Expected Outcomes 
  • Preoperative Patient Assessment and Diagnosis 
  • Intraoperative Activities 
  • Communication 
  • Transfer of Care 
  • Cleaning, Disinfecting, Packaging, Sterilization, Transporting, and Storing Instrumentation and Supplies 
  • Emergency Situations 
  • Management of Personnel, Services, and Materials 
  • Professional Accountability 

Dynamic Path is neither affiliated with nor endorsed by the CCI or any other organization.


There are 200 questions on the CNOR Operating Room Nursing exam divided across the following seven categories: Intraoperative Care (34%), Infection Prevention and Control (16%), Perioperative Patient Assessment and Diagnosis (15%), Communication and Documentation (11%), Emergency Situations (10%), Plan of Care (8%), and Professional Accountability (6%).

The CNOR Operating Room Nursing exam is 3 hours long.

The passing score for the CNOR Operating Room Nursing exam is not specified.

Passing the CNOR Operating Room Nursing exam grants the test taker CNOR Operating Room Nursing certification.

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