Nurse Practitioner (NP) Test Prep

Board certification is the stepping stone to becoming a medical professional.

The Nurse Practitioner exam requires students to know a broad range of knowledge and be able to apply it to multiple scenarios. For many, mastering this isn’t an easy task.

That’s where the team at My Psych Board comes in!

Our Question Bank gives you the opportunity to put your knowledge to the test, giving you the confidence you need to ace your exam. We include hundreds of questions covering 16 topics to allow you to gain experience in all aspects of the NP exam.

NP Question Bank

Onsite Or Telehealth observerships

To fulfill your graduation requirements, NP residents are required to have onsite or telehealth preceptorship/observerships.

When you apply for either onsite or telehealth oberserverships with Dr. Abdel, you’ll also receive a coupon for 15% off any question bank. Double win!

Blended Formats

Our NP test prep materials contain a blend of video vignettes, multiset vignettes, and multiple choice questions, giving you optimal practice with each format.

We are constantly updating our question banks by sourcing only the most current and up to date information, giving you the resources you need to pass with flying colors!

Samples of the questions we offer in our NP question bank- Click to see more!

Example Single Response Multiple Choice- Click to see answer!

A 13-year-old girl is brought to the nurse practitioner by her mother due to delayed puberty. Unlike her two sisters who had their menarche around 10 to 11 years of age, she has still not shown any signs of attaining puberty. On examination, she has short stature, broad chest with wide-spaced nipples, no signs of breast development, and absent pubic hair. She was born by a normal vaginal delivery, and she has noticeable webbed neck and edema of the hands and feet. Her mother also seems to be concerned about her performance in school. What is the behavioral disorder she is most likely to display?

A Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

B Conduct disorder

C Obsessive compulsive disorder

D Oppositional defiant disorder

E Tourette disorder

Example Single Response Multiple Choice- Answer

Correct Answer -A Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder

Explanation

ADHD is the most common neurodevelopmental disorder in the USA. Studies have demonstrated that rates of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are significantly elevated in Turner syndrome patients (choice A). Conduct disorder (choice B) is behavior that grossly violates social norms such as torturing animals, stealing, and fire setting. Obsessive compulsive disorder (choice C) is recurring, intrusive feelings, thoughts, and images (obsessions) that cause anxiety. Oppositional defiant disorder (choice D) is behavior that is defiant, negative, and noncompliant. Tourette disorder (choice E) is characterized by involuntary movements and vocal tics. REF:1-Russell, H., Wallis, D., Mazzocco, M., Moshang, T., Zackai, E., Zinn, A., . . . Muenke, M. (2006, March 08). Increased prevalence of adhd in turner syndrome with no evidence of imprinting effects. Retrieved May 17, 2021, from https://academic.oup.com/jpepsy/article/31/9/945/994376

Example Multiset Vignette

Jenny is a 16-year-old girl brought into the nurse practitioner’s office for amenorrhea for the past two months. She had her first menstrual cycle 4 years ago. She reports never having a boyfriend or ever engaging in sexual activity at any time. Along with issues involving her menstrual cycle, her parents also note that she has been on a very restrictive diet for the past 9 months. Though her BMI prior to her dieting was 21, she considered herself fat due to a picture where she and a peer from class thought she looked overweight. Although her family and friends have told her that she looked healthy before the diet began, she still perceives herself as overweight. Along with avoiding foods high in fat all together, she only eats one meal most days and rarely has a healthy breakfast. She says that she likes to keep to herself and does not get along much with her family as they do not overemphasize physical attractiveness. She denies vomiting, purging, and excessively dieting. Since starting her diet, her BMI has fallen to 16.

Q1 Currently her vital signs are within normal limits. Based on her described symptoms, which of the following is the correct diagnosis? Choose 2

A Anorexia nervosa

B Body dysmorphic disorder

C Major depressive disorder

D Eating disorder not otherwise specified

E Obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD)

Example Multiset Vignette Continued

Jenny is a 16-year-old girl brought into the nurse practitioner’s office for amenorrhea for the past two months. She had her first menstrual cycle 4 years ago. She reports never having a boyfriend or ever engaging in sexual activity at any time. Along with issues involving her menstrual cycle, her parents also note that she has been on a very restrictive diet for the past 9 months. Though her BMI prior to her dieting was 21, she considered herself fat due to a picture where she and a peer from class thought she looked overweight. Although her family and friends have told her that she looked healthy before the diet began, she still perceives herself as overweight. Along with avoiding foods high in fat all together, she only eats one meal most days and rarely has a healthy breakfast. She says that she likes to keep to herself and does not get along much with her family as they do not overemphasize physical attractiveness. She denies vomiting, purging, and excessively dieting. Since starting her diet, her BMI has fallen to 16.

Q2 What kind of resources should Jenny’s practitioner refer her to? Choose 3

A A psychiatrist to assess her condition

B A psychologist who can help her come up with a treatment and recovery plan

C An inpatient facility for further observation

D A dietician to give her dietary advice

E Admit her to the ICU

We offer NP test prep in 4 different packages!

NP Psychiatry Question Bank

30-Day Bank Access

$99.00

  • Full Bank Access to 608 questions
  • Video and Clinical Vignettes
  • You will qualify for a 15% percent discount if you decide to enroll in the onsite or telehealth observership /preceptorship program

NP Psychiatry Question Bank

90-Day Bank Access

$175.00

  • Full Bank Access to 608 questions
  • Video and Clinical Vignettes
  • You will qualify for a 15% percent discount if you decide to enroll in the onsite pr telehealth observership /preceptorship program

NP Psychiatry Question Bank

180-Day Bank Access

$275.00

  • Full Bank Access to 608 questions
  • Video and Clinical Vignettes
  • Free access to a 45 minute live lecture with Dr. Abdel
  • You will qualify for a 15% percent discount if you decide to enroll in the onsite or telehealth observership /preceptorship program
 

NP Psychiatry Question Bank

365-Day Bank Access

$375.00

  • Full Bank Access to 608 questions
  • Video and Clinical Vignettes
  • Free access to a 45 minute live lecture with Dr. Abdel
  • You will qualify for a 15% percent discount if you decide to enroll in the onsite or telehealth observership /preceptorship program