Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment NCLEX Quiz (50 Questions)


Welcome to your NCLEX practice quiz and review about newborn nursing care and assessment. Test your competence with these 50 questions from our nursing test bank!

Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment Nursing Test Bank

Quizzes included in this guide are:

  1. Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment Quiz #1 | 25 Questions
  2. Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment Quiz #2 | 25 Questions


  • Read and understand each question before choosing the best answer. 
  • Since this is a review, answers and rationales are shown after you click on the "Check" button. 
  • There is no time limit, answer the questions at your own pace. 
  • Once all questions are answered, you'll be prompted to click the "Quiz Summary" button where you'll be shown the questions you've answered or placed under "Review". Click on the "Finish Quiz" button to show your rating. 
  • After the quiz, please make sure to read the questions and rationales again by click on the "View Questions" button. 
  • Comment us your thoughts, scores, ratings, and questions about the quiz in the comments section below!

Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment (Quiz 2: 25 Questions)



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11 thoughts on “Newborn Nursing Care & Assessment NCLEX Quiz (50 Questions)”

  1. Kindly review the answers of number 6, 21 & 22. The correct answers are scored incorrect and the rationales are still the ones scored incorrect. Please effect the right changes to avoid confusion.

  2. yes i agree with the statement above. Also i would review the sizing of the infants head question. it is true you can size right above the infants eye brow.

  3. What is the issue with some of the test bank questions for NCLEX Maternal/Newborn? #6 was answered correctly, but it came up as incorrect. Same thing happened for #22. Just needed to let you know….

  4. (Reposted for correction) Please check number 25. Isn’t it right that ABO incompatibility occurs only when the mother is type O and the child is type A, type B, or type AB?

  5. I would like to know why #21 has the answer which is acceptable instead the negative approach due to ” Further instruction” in the stem question? i think i could choose ” If you give the baby cereal, be sure to give him rice to prevent allergy. Please i am waiting for your explanation. Thanks in advance…


      The nurse “recognizes” the need for further instruction about infant feeding, therefore, telling the mother the CORRECT statement, C. “The infant’s digestive tract cannot handle complex carbohydrates like cereal.”

      Notice that other options A, B, and D also need further instructions.

      Hope this helped you.


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