ACCS Core Competency Age-Specific Exam
1. A normal heart rate for the infant patient is:
2. An infant will communicate via behavioral cues and physiological parameters which reflect adaptation tolerance or distress and intolerance.
3. Two physical traits of a toddler are:
A. Abdomen protrudes and temporary teeth erupt
B. Increased appetite and grows 6 inches yearly.
C. Normal body temperatures of 97 and heart rate of 80.
4. A toddler is able to complete which of these tasks:
A. Put a 15-piece puzzle together without assistance
B. Able to put toys away
C. Able to brush teeth without assistance
5. The normal respiratory rate for a pre-school age child is:
A. 16 BPM
B. 25 BPM
C. 40 BPM
6. A pre-school age child begins to understand right from wrong and fair from unfair:
7. A school-age child may:
A. Begin pubescent changes
B. Have a heart rate of 120 BPM
C. Have rapid irregular growth
8. A school-age child will begin to prefer:
A. Family to friends
B. Teachers to friends
C. Friends to family
9. Two physical characteristics of an adolescent are:
A. Acne and slow growth
B. Maturation of reproduction system and hormonal changes
C. Lung capacity increases and heart size increases.
10. Early adolescents may feel more fatigued and require more sleep:
11. Bone mass begins to decrease at age 30.
12. A person in late adulthood may experience:
A. Skin changes and loss of elasticity
B. Decreased peripheral circulation
C. Both A and B
13. For patients with hearing deficits, speaking loudly in a high pitched tone will help:
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