State Testing

 FREE Ohio STNA Test Question of the Day

Free Test Question  The free test question of the day will be the 4th tab down on the left side of the main page. 

Need an updated Skills Handbook?  Click here: Handbook

Need Ohio State Test forms?  Click here: Test Form, page 1

                                                                           Test Form, page 2


Next Test Dates for care4you2 Graduates ONLY:

(8am and 12pm flights)

Saturday, September 3rd  Register by August 31st

Sunday, September 11th  Register by September 7th

Sunday, September 25th  Register by September 21st

Sunday, October 2nd  Register by September 28th

Sunday, October 9th  Register by October 5th

Sunday, October 16th  Register by October 12th

Sunday, October 30th  Register by October 26th

Sunday, November 6th* (daylight savings)  Register by November 2nd

Saturday, November 19th  Register by November 16th

Sunday, November 20th  Register by November 16th

Sunday, December 4th  Register by November 30th

Sunday, December 11th  Register by December 7th

Saturday, December 17th  Register by December 14th

Saturday, December 31st  Register by December 23rd


For Results of the State Test

To check your online results click here and go to Ohio STNA.  Choose Online Test Results at the bottom left corner and put in your social security number, the test date (00/00/0000) and your date of birth (00/00/0000) to view your results.

Ohio Nurse Aide Registry

Once you pass your Ohio state test, you should be able to locate your license information at the website below: Please note the expiration of your STNA designation so that you ensure you complete all the requirements PRIOR to expiration.  You also want to make sure your employer reports your hours worked under a licensed nurse or physician to the state on your behalf.  Remember: you need to work one 8-hour shift in the 24 month period AND complete 24 hours of continuing education (12 units per year) if you work in a skilled long term care facility or meet the annual training, per policy, of any other organization for which you work (typically 8+ hours per year for a total of 16+ hours) AND YOU must ensure your employer reports your information to the state in order to maintain your state of Ohio STNA designation.  Please talk to your nurse instructor about any questions you may have about maintaining it once you obtain your Ohio STNA designation.