Celebrate National Nurses Day By ACING This Quiz That All RN's Would Pass

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Takt this medical nursing quiz in honor of national nurse day and week! Could you be a registered nurse? Find out now!

 May 05, 2018

1 of 22Pick your answer!

What disease do deer ticks cause?
Cancer
Lyme disease
Stroke

2 of 22Pick your answer!

What does vertigo cause?
Diabetes
A rash
Dizziness

3 of 22Pick your answer!

What does AIDS stand for?
Auto Infection Disorders
Auto Immune Disorder Syndrome
Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndrome

4 of 22Pick your answer!

The top layer of the skin is known as __________.
epidermis
oculus
nostril

5 of 22Pick your answer!

If you're nearsighted, you are ________
unable to see things clearly unless they are relatively close
unable to see things clearly unless they are far away

6 of 22Pick your answer!

Which is not a human sense?
Smell
Sixth
Vision

7 of 22Pick your answer!

Your trapezius muscle is located in your _________.
face
legs
back

8 of 22Pick your answer!

Dialysis is a treatment for your ___.
kidney
trachea
liver

9 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of the following body molecules comes in the form of a double helix?
Hippocampus
White Blood Cell
DNA

10 of 22Pick your answer!

Do you burn calories while sleeping?
No
It depends on your weight
Yes

11 of 22Pick your answer!

Plantar refers to _______
blood cells
the sole of the feet
hip bone

12 of 22Pick your answer!

What is the average body temperature?
72.4°F
98.6°F
86.5°F

13 of 22Pick your answer!

What is the medical term for pink eye?
Conjunctivitis
Mesothelioma
Osteomyelitis

14 of 22Pick your answer!

In an ER, what order do doctors see patients in?
Based on the severity of their injury
First come, first serve
Based on their insurance policy

15 of 22Pick your answer!

What is pathology?
a number of diseases
a literature search
the study of diseases

16 of 22Pick your answer!

If someone is experiencing an Angina, they are having a:
Stroke
Chest pain
Migraine

17 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of the following refers to high blood pressure?
Hypertension
Hypotension

18 of 22Pick your answer!

Nurses wear clothing known as _______.
scrubs
robes
hazmat suits

19 of 22Pick your answer!

A nurse who works with newborn babies is known as what?
neonatal nurse
oncology nurse
pediatric nursing

20 of 22Pick your answer!

What is a "lantern test"?
To shine a pen light into a patient's mouth
A test to see if the doctor is meeting
Providing bedside care

21 of 22Pick your answer!

If something is benign, it is:
Harmful
Harmless

22 of 22Pick your answer!

Which of the following is considered the largest bone in the body?
Femur
Clavicle
Tibula
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Happy National Nurses Day! Celebrate this day by taking this tricky quiz all about nursing and the medical world. Nurses do SO much for our community, they are truly Angles on earth who are extremely selfless and giving. On top of that, Registered Nurses go through a ton of schooling before they become professionals. Do you think you could answer just a small fraction of the questions that they would be asked on the MCAT or throughout schooling? Find out by taking this quiz. If you're thinking about becoming a Nurse or a Doctor or joining any profession in the medical field, make sure you can pass this basic Medical test first. This quiz will test you on everything from the basics of normal body temperature, to the largest bone in the body, to even nursing slang and phrases that registered nurses would use! Do you know which blood type is a universal donor? Or the name of the disease that ticks cause? Some questions will be easy like naming the outfit that Nurses wear, however other questions may be more tricky like "Which of the following body molecules comes in the form of a double helix?" or "What is a "lantern test"? Put yourself into the shoes of a registed nurse and don't forget to throw on your thinking cap while you're at it because this quiz is not easy! If you can pass this quiz, you should definitely consider a career as a nurse, why not make a difference and save lives if you can?