You must be in good financial standing with KCTCS in order to sit for the state exam, as per state study guide guidelines.
After successful completion of the Nursing Assistant Course from either Bluegrass Community and Technical College or another training facility you may schedule to take the State Competency Evaluation.
The State test consists of two parts: a written portion and a skills portion. You may take the test up to three times within one year of your training (class) completion date. If you do not pass it after the third time, you will have to retake a nursing assistant course. If you allow the completion date to be over the year before passing the test, you will also have to retake a nursing assistant course.
Bluegrass Community College
164 Opportunity Way
Lexington, KY 40511
Nurse Aide Faculty are required to be in testing, so questions or inquiries may be sent t firstname.lastname@example.org or you may call (859) 246-6273. Otherwise, please check out the FAQ page to see if your question is answered.
You will obtain a Kentucky Medicaid Nurse Aide Test Roster from your training instructor. Write your telephone number/e-mail address on the back of the roster and turn in to the Business Office in Building C on the Leestown campus along with your $75 test fee (if you graduated from a BCTC course you do not need to pay the fee the first time you test). You will be contacted for your test appointment. You must be legally able to work in the USA in order to take the Nurse Aide test.
Turn in your official transcript (may be "issued to student"), and telephone numbers along with your $75 test fee to the Business Office in Building C at the Leestown Campus. You will be contacted for your test appointment. You must be legally able to work in the USA in order to take the Nurse Aide Test.
Your test results are ONLY sent by US Mail and cannot be obtained any other way. If you have moved, you must have informed the postal service of your move by completing a US Post Office 'Change of Address' form and filling it with the appropriate post office.
You will need to bring a non-laminated US Social Security Card and a federal or state photo ID with you on your test date.