The Nursing and Midwifery Council examination is the National Council Licensure Examination for student nurses. In the past, the exam was paper based for a nursing license. Passing the Nursing and Midwifery Council exam gives you authority to get a nursing license after the completion of a degree in an approved school for nursing.
The content of our mock exam for the Nursing and Midwifery Council consists of four major sections, each of which test your knowledge, skills and abilities to meet these client needs. These categories, or sections, and the percentage of questions you should expect to see in this examination.
Disclaimer: These questions are not from the NMC or are they official questions.
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A client with a renal failure is prescribed a low potassium diet. Which food choice would be best for this client?CorrectIncorrect
Why is Phytonadione(vitamin K) administered to a newborn shortly after birth?CorrectIncorrect
Select all the possible opportunistic infections that adversely affect HIV/AIDS infected patients.CorrectIncorrect
During which week does the fetal heart begin pumping its own blood?CorrectIncorrect
An appropriate nursing intervention for the client with borderline
personality disorder is:CorrectIncorrect
How many bones make up a newborn’s skull?CorrectIncorrect
The nurse is ready to begin an exam on a nine-month-old infant who is sitting quietly on his mother’s lap. Which should the nurse do first?CorrectIncorrect
The stages of infection in correct sequential order are:CorrectIncorrect
Which of the following can occur with the frequent use of calcium-based antacids?CorrectIncorrect
What can help reduce a patient’s anxiety and postsurgical pain?CorrectIncorrect
Which disease decreases the metabolic rate?CorrectIncorrect
When caring for an infant during cardiac arrest, which pulse must be palpated to determine cardiac function?CorrectIncorrect
Select all of the signs and symptoms of hyperthyroidism.CorrectIncorrect
What is the major difference between a problem-oriented medical record and a source-oriented medical record?CorrectIncorrect
The physician has asked for atropine sulfate 0.4milligrams IM before surgery. The medication is supplied in 0.8 milligrams per milliliter. How much medication should the nurse prepare to administer?CorrectIncorrect
A client is newly diagnosed with diabetes. Which nursing diagnosis is a priority at this time?CorrectIncorrect
You are preparing a sterile field for a operating room surgical procedure. When should you stop the preparation of this sterile field?CorrectIncorrect
The embryonic period during pregnancy takes place from:CorrectIncorrect
The nurse is preparing to administer a feeding via a nasogastric tube. The nurse would perform which of the following before initiating the feeding?CorrectIncorrect
Which is true regarding the administration of antacids?CorrectIncorrect