FREE CNA Practice Test: Communication and Interpersonal Skills 2
Welcome to the CNA Practice Test for Communication and Interpersonal Skills!
Good communication skills are essential in order to provide excellent patient care. As a CNA, you are often the link between your clients and the other team members. Because you provide direct care to patients, you’ll be able to learn and understand their communication styles. This is important in building relationships with your patients, one of the benefits of being a CNA. You can also use your skills when you interact with co-workers, creating a bond that makes coming to work enjoyable and productive.
About 8-10% of the questions on your state’s CNA examination will cover the topic of Communication and Interpersonal Skills. This means 5-9 questions, depending how many questions your state requires. The questions are often included in The Role of the Nurse Aide category.
The questions in this Communication and Interpersonal Skills practice test include:
- Helping a new resident feel comfortable
- Understanding non-verbal communication
- Supporting patients who are grieving
- How to ask open-ended questions
- Understanding body language
- Components of communication
To take any practice test with CNA.plus, simply click on the topic you want to study. Our tests work like flashcards: each time you repeat a test, the questions will shuffle to a new order. This proven method of learning will help you retain the knowledge.
Each of these questions has four options. Read the question carefully and select the best option. If you are not sure, click on the Hint button underneath the options to read a sentence that can help you choose the correct answer. If you miss the correct answer, an explanation will pop up to give you instant feedback and reinforcement.
It’s fun to track your progress on the grid at the upper left hand of your computer screen. As you go along, each square will turn green or red to show you your score. Underneath the grid is a Restart bar. You can stop your practice test at any time and begin all over. Take your time. These questions are similar to those you will see when you do your actual CNA examination. Congratulations on your decision to become a CNA! We wish you a long, successful career!