Cancer & Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice Quiz (170 Questions)

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In this nursing test bank, review cancer and oncology nursing concepts with these NCLEX practice questions. Test your competence in the assessment, diagnosis, and nursing management of patients with cancer. This quiz aims to help student nurses grasp and master the concepts of oncology nursing.

Cancer & Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice Quizzez

Included topics in this NCLEX practice questions (with rationales) for cancer and oncology nursing are oncology nursing, Hodgkin’s disease, lung cancer, nursing care of patients undergoing chemotherapy, brachytherapy, laryngeal cancer, colon cancer, and more! This nursing test bank includes 170 practice questions divided into four parts.

Quizzes included in this guide are:

  1. Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice | Quiz #1: 50 Questions
  2. Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice | Quiz #2: 50 Questions
  3. Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice | Quiz #3: 50 Questions
  4. Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice | Quiz #4: 50 Questions

Quiz guidelines:

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  1. Comprehend each item. Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. The exam has no time limit so that you can make sense of each item at your own pace.
  2. Review your answers. Once you’re done with all the questions, you’ll be redirected to the Quiz Summary table, where you’ll be able to review which questions you’ve answered or may have skipped. Review your answers once more before pressing the Finish Quiz button.
  3. Read the rationales. After you have reviewed your answers, click on the Finish Quiz button to record your answers and show your score. Click on the View Questions button to review the quiz and read through the rationales for each question.
  4. Let us know your feedback! Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below.
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Cancer and Oncology Nursing NCLEX Practice | Quiz #3: 50 Questions

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Paul Martin is a registered nurse with a bachelor of science in nursing since 2007. Having worked as a medical-surgical nurse for five years, he handled different kinds of patients and learned how to provide individualized care to them. Now, his experiences working in the hospital is carried over to his writings to help aspiring students achieve their goals. He is currently working as a nursing instructor and have a particular interest in nursing management, emergency care, critical care, infection control, and public health. As a writer at Nurseslabs, his goal is to impart his clinical knowledge and skills to students and nurses helping them become the best version of themselves and ultimately make an impact in uplifting the nursing profession.
  • Question 6 states “Which statement by the patient warrants further teaching by the nurse” and all of the options appear to be statements from the nurse – to the patient. Very confusing. Question 5 also states the wrong answer is “Faster growing cells are more susceptible to chemo” and further explains the correct answer is “Faster growing cells are more susceptible to chemo”.

    • Hello Kandis!

      The necessary corrections have been made. Thank you for bringing that to our attention.

  • Dear Paul, thanks a lot for providing these quizzes which are helping me a lot.

    In question 5, I keep thinking the answer is A i.e. Faster growing cells are more susceptible to chemotherapy. You indicate though that the option is B i.e. Faster growing cells are less susceptible to chemotherapy but the explanation given for option B seems to support option A. Please help clarify.

    Thank you

    • Hello Judith,

      The necessary corrections have been made. Thank you for pointing this out!

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