CEN Review

Online Test Prep

by Trivium Test Prep

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Our CEN online prep course gives you 24/7 access to high quality, reliable resources you can trust.

Learn

The course covers the pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of all topics on the BCEN exam outline.

Review

Refresh your memory with quick reviews of key concept in pharmacology and patient assessment.

Reference

Resources at your fingertips include a symptoms glossary, ECG library, and critical values tables.

Practice

Test your knowledge with 600 review questions and 2 full practice exams.

Grow

Exams offer thorough answer rationales and trackable scoring, so you can measure your progress and see your improvement.

Study

Access our online study materials 24/7, anytime, anywhere via computer, tablet, mobile phone, or the LearnDash app.

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What you Need to Know About the CEN

To qualify for the exam, you must have a current Registered Nurse license in the United States or its territories. The BCEN also recommends that you have at least two years of nursing experience in an emergency department.

The CEN exam is offered year-round.

There are a total of 150 questions on the BCEN Exam.  There are an additional 25 questions that are not scored making for a total of 175 questions.

The BCEN develops its exams based on feedback from emergency nursing professionals about the nursing concepts and skills that are most important to their work. This feedback has been used to develop an exam framework that emphasizes the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of conditions emergency nurses are likely to encounter in the ER.

The framework is broken down into seven sections loosely based on human body systems and one section devoted to professional issues. 

  • Cardiovascular Emergencies (20 questions)
  • Respiratory Emergencies (16 questions)
  • Neurological Emergencies (16 questions)
  • Gastrointestinal, Genitourinary, Gynecology, and Obstetrical Emergencies (21 questions)
  • Psychosocial and Medical Emergencies (25 questions)
  • Maxillofacial, Ocular, Orthopedic and Wound Emergencies (21 questions)
  • Environment and Toxicology Emergencies, and Communicable Diseases (15 questions)
  • Professional Issues (16 questions)
  • + 25 unscored questions

You can see the full test outline here

The number of correct answers needed to pass the exam will vary slightly depending on the questions included in your version of the test (i.e., if you took a version of the test with harder questions, the passing score will be lower). For most test takers, a passing score will be 106 questions answered correctly. However, this can range from 105 to 110 questions.

You will need to recertify every four years.

 

First Exam

   Retaking First Exam

      Recertification

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Why Get Certified?

Nursing is an in-demand job with the opportunity for growth. CENs who have more experience and specializations can make even more:

  • Demand for registered nurses will grow by 15% in the next ten years, according to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics
  • Forty-nine percent of nurse supervisors look for a CEN when hiring emergency room nurses
  • 40 percent of surveyed nursing supervisors say they pay emergency room nurses with CEN credentials more than their uncredentialed coworkers (an average of $1,397 per year)
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Registered nurses make a median salary of $77,000 a year. CENs who have more experience and specializations can make even more.

  • CEN nurses make $1,397 more per year
  • 49% of nurse supervisors prefer a CEN certification

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