Learn what makes an answer right when you take a PMHS Practice Test from PNCB! See questions written by PMHS subject matter experts.
With this module, you receive:
50 questions presented with the structure of PMHS exam questions
In-depth explanation for correct answers to strengthen critical thinking skills
a simulation of the computer-based exam
exposure to content representing topics on the PMHS exam content outline.
This practice test is not a study or review course. This module is a practice test offering in-depth explanations for right and wrong answers to a sampling of questions presented.
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150-day access to your module is immediate after payment is received in full. Check spam for your access email. Unlimited attempts with the same 50 questions are available until your expiration date is reached. Print your personalized Feedback Reports / Results Reports for continued learning. On-screen messages will guide you on where to locate these reports.
Q: A child taking a stimulant medication for ADHD, presents with worsening motor tics that are causing distress at school. The caregiver prefers the child continue the stimulant medication. Which is the MOST appropriate plan of action?
A. continue the medication and begin a trial of guanfacine (Intuniv) B. continue the medication and begin a trial of escitalopram (Lexapro) C. discontinue medication and begin a trial of clonidine (Catapres) D. discontinue medication and begin a trial of a different class of stimulant
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