Nutrition Support Clinician Exam Prep

PracticeQuiz presents 50 free nutrition review questions and explanations for the Nutrition Support Clinician (NSC) certification exam.

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PracticeQuiz presents 50 free review questions and explanations for the Nutrition Support Clinician certification exam, given by the National Board of Nutrition Support Certification, Inc.

The Nutrition Support Clinician test is a four-hour computer based exam with a maximum of 250 multiple-choice questions. The NSC exam covers the following topics:

  • Nutrition Assessment
  • Therapeutic Plan of Care
  • Initiation, Monitoring, and Clinical Management
  • Management of Nutrition Support Outcomes
  • Professional Practice

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There are 250 questions (220 scored, 30 unscored) on the Nutrition Support Clinician exam divided across the following four categories: Nutrition Assessment (32%), Clinical Management (55%), Process Management (3%), and Professional Practice (10%).

The Nutrition Support Clinician exam is 4 hours long.

The passing score on the Nurse Manager exam is 500.

Earning a passing grade on the Nutrition Support Clinician exam grants the test taker Nutrition Support Clinician certification.

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