CVRN-BC - Cardiovascular Nursing Level I
Cost of the Cardiovascular Nursing Level I Board Certification Examination |
Who is Eligible to Take the Cardiovascular Nursing Level I Board Certification Exam?
This Exam is open only to Registered Nurses or Nurse Practitioners in any corner of the globe. If you are a licensed Registered Nurse, you are required to provide your nursing license number and the state your license was issued in, on your Application.
Requirements to take the Cardiovascular Nursing Level I Board Certification Exam (CVRN-BC Level I)?
Knowledge is the Key Requirement. We recommend that Cardiac Nurses working in Cardiology and apply themselves diligently to the study of Cardiovascular Nursing practice, and have at least 1 year of practice in a Non-Acute Care Setting such as PCU, Telemetry, PICU, and Interventional Cardiology settings, before attempting to take this Exam. CEs are not required to sit for the exam, however 30 CEs in Cardiology will be required for the recertification process every three years.
Purchase Group Exam Seats
Group Seats Available | Group Seats of 25, 50 or 100
Contact our director at email@example.com to obtain Group Rates. There is a six month time frame for your Exam candidates to take the Exam online after the bulk seats are purchased. If a nurse fails the exam, they may take it a second time for a fee of $100.
HOW TO PREPARE FOR THE EXAM?
Join our live recorded Clinical Cardiovascular Nursing Course: See schedule here of dates and times you can take the course. It is a 12 hour course and can be taken in three Sessions. All Exam questions come from this course. When you order the course, you will be sent a course manual by 2 day priority mail, and you will be given a link with the password to enter the Course on the dates and times you selected.
The cost of the Course is $140 and includes 12 CE credits toward your licensure or recertification.
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CVN 101 - Bedside Assessment of the CV Patient - Alice Friedrich
CVN 102 - ECG Essentials - Vicki Hayes
CVN 103 - Coronary Artery Disease - Vicki Hayes
CVN 104 - Hypertension - Liane Garrett
CVN 105 - Cardiomyopathy - Liane Garrett
CVN 106 - Heart Failure - Vicki Hayes
CVN 107 - Non Invasive and Interventional Cardiology - Alice Friedrich
There are 150 questions in the online version of the exam.
1. Bedside Assessment = 14.5%
2. Basic ECG Concepts = 18%
3. Coronary Artery Disease & ACS = 9.5%
4. Hypertension = 9.5%
5. Heart Failure = 9.5%
6. Cardiomyopathy = 6.5%
7. Cardiovascular Pharmacology = 11.5%
8. Pacemakers/ICDs = 6.0%
9. Non-Invasive and Interventional Cardiology = 15%
Apply for the Exam:
Exam Application - To apply for the CVRN-BC Level I Exam, follow this Exam Application link, complete and submit the Application and make your payment.
You will then be emailed instructions on how access our Exam Scheduler online.
Frequently Asked Questions About the CVRN-BC Level I Exam
How do I pay for the CVRN-BC Level I Exam?
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When and Where Can You Take the CVRN-BC Level I Exam?
You may test Online from your home computer with built in webcam, or at an ABCM designated testing site in your area. Please note that the fee for Testing sites will cost an additional $100 fee for online testing.
Computer Requirements for the CVRN-BC Level I Exam:
Check to see if your Computer has a built in Webcam, most do. If not, you may purchase a $10-$15 external Webcam and connect it to your computer. If you prefer to take the Exam at a testing site, the fee will be higher than if taking it online.
Which Browser Should you use:
Try not to use the Internet Explorer to access the Exam. If you have Firefox or Google Chrome, use one of them to log in as Microsoft no longer supports the Internet Explorer.
How Many Questions are in the Online CVRN-BC Level I Exam?
There are 150 questions in the online Cardiovascular Nursing Level I Board Certification Exam.
How Much Time is Allowed for the CVRN-BC Level I Exam?
3 hours; the an average time spent by examinees is 2.5 hours.
What is the Passing Score for the CVRN-BC Level I Exam?
A score of 70% is required to pass the Exam.
What to do when you receive the CVRN-BC Level I Exam results?
You will receive an email shortly after completing and submitting your exam with your pass/fail statement and a final score. You will be able to print this document. As soon as you receive your results, please forward your Exam results to Bobbi Lucido (Assistant Exam Director) at firstname.lastname@example.org. She will assist in getting your Certification processed and will send you a copy of your Certificate and a hard copy in the mail along with your Certification award lapel pin.
What if you don't Pass the CVRN-BC Level I Exam at first try?
You will be allowed to take it a second time for a fee of $100. After that you will have to pay the full fee for your third try. There are no restrictions as to how many times you may take the Exam.
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