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PracticeQuiz Adds Review Questions for the Midwifery Certification Exams
Date:3/15/2013

Boston, MA (PRWEB) March 15, 2013

PracticeQuiz.com continues to expand its free nursing exam preparation offerings. Today, the less than year old test preparation website announced that it has added several new question sets for Midwifery certification exams.

"We are very excited to be able to add Midwife exams to our nursing test prep offerings," remarks Ted Chan, founder of PracticeQuiz.com, "At PracticeQuiz, we've always respected the importance of nurses and medical professionals. That's why we focus on providing quality review materials for nursing and medical exams.”

PracticeQuiz is unveiling a new series of exam prep review question modules for midwifery and nurse-midwife certification exams.
Included in this series are
40 questions for the Certified Midwife (CM) exam
40 questions for the Certified Nurse Midwife (CNM) exam
40 questions for the Certified Professional Midwife (CPM) exam
Topics covered on these exams include Antepartum, Intrapartum, Postpartum, Newborn and well baby care, Well Woman/Gynecology, Women's Health Primary Care, and professional issues.

PracticeQuiz.com has added 120 review questions for the Midwifery certification exams. Each practice question is originally written to simulate the exam format and is paired with an explanatory answer to help the user expand their nursing knowledge and provide test takers with a gist of what exam content to expect on test day.

PracticeQuiz.com is an online test preparation enterprise based in Boston. The website's social mission is to increase access to education by providing high-quality test preparation content for free. The website now boasts more than 100 practice exams, with more expansion in the near future. Tests include ce
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