Gain confidence and readiness as you prepare for the Continued Professional Certification Assessment (CPCA) with the CPCA Practice.

160-Question CPCA Practice   

Assess your knowledge of the four core domains* of anesthesia practice and identify any weaknesses that may require additional study with our 160-question practice assessment. Familiarize yourself with question formats that appear on the CPCA including multiple-choice and multi-select questions. There is no hotspot, short answer or drag-and-drop items/ questions, and attempts are unlimited.  

CPCA Practice is comprised of questions developed separately from the Continued Professional Certification Assessment (CPCA) by the CPCA Practice panel. NBCRNA does not recommend using CPCA Practice as a study guide for the CPCA because it does not provide a comprehensive or all-encompassing representation of CPCA content. 

*Core domains of anesthesia practice which apply to all CRNAs, regardless of practice focus: Airway Management; Applied Clinical Pharmacology; Human Physiology and Pathophysiology; and Anesthesia Equipment, Technology, and Safety. 
Please note: the 160-Question CPCA Practice released on February 28, 2024 is not eligible for Class A Credit.  

 

Click below to access the 160-Question CPCA Practice.

160-Question Assessment

 Previously Purchased CPCA Practice 

If you previously purchased the CPCA Practice I and II with Class A credit, you can still access your account by clicking one of the buttons below.  

If you purchased CPCA Practice prior to 7.01.2023, click here

If you purchased CPCA Practice after 7.01.2023, click here.  

Note: The program (CPCA Practice I) has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 2.00 Class A CE credits; Course ID 1042291; Expiration Date 9/30/2025. AANA designates this program as meeting the criteria for up to 0.50 CE Credits in pharmacology/therapeutics. The program (CPCA Practice II) has been prior approved by the American Association of Nurse Anesthetists for 2.00 Class A CE credits; Code Number 1040254; Expiration Date 5/31/2024.