NMC CBT Mock Test Answers: Part B – 100 Questions Adult Nursing Practice Exam – 2024 for the UK

NMC CBT Mock Test With Answers: Part B – 100 Questions

Adult Nursing Practice Exam – 2024 for the UK


  1. A) John should be sat up if he is experiencing airway and breathing problems.
  2. A) Lying supine
  3. B) Intervene on the spot, speak directly to the senior in a non-confronting manner, and report to management in writing
  4. A) Advise the mother to stay till she settles.
  5. A) Accept the client’s decision and give information on the consequences of his actions
  6. C) raise the situation to your head nurse and discuss with her what intervention might be done to help the child
  7. C) Antibiotic alters her Gl flora which made Clostridium-difficile multiply
  8. C) Double-check the medication label and the information in the controlled drug book; ring the chemist to verify the dosage
  9. D) a patient with Steven-Johnson Syndrome
  10. B) An intramuscular route for adrenaline is not recommended during cardiac arrest after an anaphylactic reaction.
  11. A) Go home and avoid direct contact with other people and preparing food for others until at least 48 hours after her symptoms have disappeared
  12. D) call for help, give oxygen, administer adrenaline 500 mcg IM, and give salbutamol nebs if prescribed.
  13. A) Raise your concern with your nurse manager about the potential for child abuse & ask for her support
  14. B) Document the incident
  15. B) Prepare these managers so that they will focus on maintaining standards of care
  16. B) provide a high standard of practice and care when required
  17. D) Give assignments clearly, taking staff expertise into consideration
  18. D) ask the student to stop feeding and assess the patient’s swallowing
  19. B) “Your cat sounded very dear to you. Can I ask your neighbor to check?”
  20. D) Go immediately to see the patient
  21. A) The nurse supervisor on duty will call the nurse manager at home and apprise them about the problem
  22. A) Go over & tell the nursing assistants that their actions are inappropriate, especially in a public place
  23. D) Encourage the patient to disclose this information to her physician
  24. A) tell her that any information related to her well-being will need to be shared with the healthcare team
  25. C) She is experiencing shock and disbelief related to her husband’s death.
  26. B) It seems to me that you feel frustrated. What can I help you with to care for our patients?”
  27. B) Refuse the voucher and thank him for this gesture
  28. A) I am sorry to tell you that your mother died
  29. C) Ask the patient to calm down.
  30. D) Arterial blood gases measure both oxygen and carbon dioxide levels and therefore give an indication of both ventilation and oxygenation
  31. A) Sitting upright at 30 to 45°
  32. B) Oxygen is highly flammable and there is a risk of fire
  33. C) The patient needs to be able to sit in a forward-leaning position supported by pillows. They may also need access to a nebulizer and humidified oxygen so they must be in a position where this is accessible without being a risk to others.
  34. A) The fluid input has exceeded the output
  35. D) Observe the client’s skin color and take another set of vital signs
  36. A) Ask the patient the assistance he needs
  37. B) Challenge the situation immediately as this is related to the dignity of the patient and raise your concern
  38. B) Call the dietary department and ask for a new meal tray
  39. A) Ask the wife to give him fluid, and enquire about his fluid preferences and usual drinking time
  40. C) Call one of the carers to witness the dispensing and administering of the drug
  41. B) Allow her to get some sleep and try to insert the vaginal tablet on your next turn rounds.
  42. C) Cannabis is a class B drug under the UK Misuse of Drugs Act 1971
  43. A) Document the incident and speak to your Manager
  44. D) The nurse will establish with the pharmacist if the capsule is suitable for vegetarians
  45. D) When you see signs of agitation
  46. C) Paracetamol suppositories
  47. D) Furosemide will increase Mark’s blood pressure, and lessen pitting oedema.
  48. C) Check the stock of oral morphine sulphate in the CD cupboard with another registered nurse and record this in the control drug book; together, check the correct prescription and the identity of the patient.
  49. C) Her name, date of birth, hospital number, if she has any known allergies, the prescription for metronidazole: dose, route, time, date and that it is signed by the doctor, and when it was last given
  50. D) Tell him to take one tablet in the morning and one tablet in the evening as ordered
  51. A) Inform the incident senior nurse and ward in charge
  52. C) Encourage the client to discuss the use of an herbal substance with the healthcare provider
  53. B) assist the patient in a comfortable position
  54. C) Request for a repeat prescription from the GP, and have the stock delivered by the chemist
  55. C) This is a normal response to lithium therapy; the patient should be monitored for suicidal behavior.
  56. B) Take all antibiotics as prescribed
  57. D) breast milk is the best and she can feed her baby anytime they visit
  58. D) Explain that his father has died and give him the option of attending the funeral
  59. B) You seem stunned. You want me to help you think about what you want to do next
  60. A) Collaboration with the Multidisciplinary Team
  61. A) Say thank you, but refuse the offer politely.
  62. D) Anniversary reaction
  63. C) Refuse to be the one to obtain the patient’s consent
  64. D) Maturational Loss
  65. B) Provide care to the deceased client in a careful and loving way
  66. D) Capillary refill of < 3 seconds
  67. A) Tell me why you feel death is your only option
  68. A) Sit down with Karen and discuss her fears; use therapeutic communication to alleviate anxiety
  69. C) Suggest she take a few days off
  70. D) A patient with Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
  71. B) Dispose of the medication using the denaturing kit, document it as refused and disposed of on the MARS, and write it on the nurse’s notes.
  72. C) She is experiencing shock and disbelief related to her husband’s death.
  73. B) Overload
  74. D) There are many different forms of complementary therapies, let’s talk about these therapies
  75. A) Check the patient’s blood pressure, and withhold Furosemide if it is low
  76. B) Flossing between the teeth
  77. C) The nurse should honor the client’s decision
  78. C) Take slow, deep breaths as the catheter is removed
  79. C) Remove the dressings whether they are intact or not, assess the wounds, document this on the wound assessment form, and redress the wounds.
  80. D) Provide support, compassion, and love
  81. B) “The pain is due to peripheral nervous system interruptions. I will get you some pain medication.”
  82. A) Consider individual wound management priorities
  83. B) For the family to gain support from each other
  84. C) Fill up the raising concern/ safeguarding form, and escalate
  85. B) Assess his risk of developing a pressure ulcer with a risk assessment tool. If indicated, procure an appropriate pressure-relieving mattress for his bed & cushion for his chair. Reassess the patient’s pressure areas at least twice a day & keep them clean & dry. Review his fluid & nutritional intake & support him to make changes as indicated.
  86. C) Make sure that the bed area is free of clutter & that the patient can reach everything she needs, including the call bell. Check regularly to see if the patient needs assistance mobilizing to the toilet, ensure that she has properly fitting slippers & appropriate walking aids
  87. A) The patient walks first & then lifts the walker
  88. A) Raise a safeguarding alert
  89. D) Give adequate analgesia so she can mobilize to the chair with assistance, and give subcutaneous low molecular weight heparin as prescribed. Make sure that she is wearing anti-embolic stockings
  90. B) Late grievance with signs of dementia
  91. D) To go up the stairs, place the cane & affected extremity down on the step. Then step down the unaffected extremity’
  92. A) urinary tract infection leading to delirium
  93. C) Face the patient and speak slowly using a slightly lowered voice.
  94. D) Crutches and the left leg then advance the right leg
  95. A) Advance the stronger leg first up to the step then advance the crutches & the weaker extremity.
  96. A) redness of soft palate and tissues surrounding the teeth
  97. B) Encourage the patient to stay for his well-being
  98. D) Return demonstration
  99. A) Explain this is a restrain. Urgently call for safeguarding and arrange a multi­ disciplinary team conference
  100. C) he is not using the proper toothbrush to remove the plaque
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