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92 free practice test questions for the WHNP Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner Exam Prep
To be eligible to take the Women’s Health Nurse Practitioner (WHNP) Certification Exam, you must:
The exam covers the topics of gynecology (38%), obstetrics (28%), primary care (12%), physical assessment and evaluation (12%), pharmacology (9%) and professional issues (1%), with an emphasis on gynecology and obstetrics.
Each exam question has three answer choices (A, B or C), which are presented in alphabetical order in order to randomize answers. Each exam question has only one correct answer. All exams are administered via computer by the National Certification Corporation (NCC).
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There are 175 questions (150 scored, 25 unscored) on the WHNP exam, divided across the following six categories: Assessment, Diagnostic Testing and Interpretation (12%), Primary Care (12%), Gynecologic and Reproductive Health (35%), Obstetrics (29%), Pharmacology (9%), and Professional Issues (3%).
The WHNP exam is 3 hours long.
The passing score for the WHNP exam is predetermined by criterion-referenced methodology.
Earning a passing score on the WHNP exam grants the test taker NCC board certification.
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