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ACLS Practice Questions

 

ACLS Practice Test Library

The ACLS test questions are generally organized according to the respective ACLS Algorithm. Each ACLS practice test below covers different aspects within the algorithm and will fully prepare you for the AHA ACLS written exam. After you finish each practice test, the program will evaluate your score and give you a grade. Feel free to retake each test as much as you like.

Each practice test below also provides rationale for the answers given with AHA ACLS provider manual page references included.


ACLS Basics (30 questions)

These questions cover general information found within multiple areas of ACLS protocol.
ACLS Practice Test 1ACLS Practice Test 2ACLS Practice Test 3


New ACLS Guideline Changes (25 questions)

In October of 2010, the American Heart Association revised and updated the ACLS Guidelines. These changes will be in effect through 2015. This test will take you through a review of the new guideline changes and challenge your readiness for certification.

2014 ACLS Guidelines Test



Post-Cardiac Arrest Care (25 questions)

Beginning in October 2010, post-cardiac arrest care has become an integral part of ACLS. These 25 questions gives you a full review of post-cardiac arrest care.

Post-Cardiac Arrest Care Test



Bradycardia (30 questions)

These questions cover bradycardia and all aspects of the bradycardia algorithm.

Bradycardia Quiz 1 (public)

Bradycardia Quiz 2

Bradycardia Quiz 3


PEA/Asystole (40 questions)

These questions cover PEA and asystole and all aspects of the right branch of the pulseless arrest algorithm.

PEA/Asystole Quiz 1

PEA/Asystole Quiz 2

PEA/Asystole Quiz 3

PEA/Asystole Quiz 4


Ventricular Fibrillation/Pulseless Ventricular Tachycardia (30 questions)

These questions cover ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia and all aspects of the left branch of the pulseless arrest algorithm.

VF/Pulseless VT Quiz 1

VF/Pulseless Quiz 2

VF/Pulseless Quiz 3


Tachycardia (30 questions)

These questions cover tachycardia and all aspects of the tachycardia algorithm.

Tachycardia Quiz 1

Tachycardia Quiz 2

Tachycardia Quiz 3


Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) (32 questions)

These questions cover acute coronary syndrome and all aspects of of the ACS algorithm.

ACS Quiz 1

ACS Quiz 2

ACS Quiz 3


Acute Stroke Care (20 questions)

These questions cover acute stroke care and important aspects of the acute stroke algorithm.

Acute Stroke Quiz 1

Acute Stroke Quiz 2

  171 Responses to “ACLS Practice Questions

  1. Did my recert yesterday. This was the most distressed ACLS I have done. Did great in the mega code and made a 92 on my test. This site really helped clear things up for me. Think I will come here next March as a review and then of course again at recert time in 2 yrs. Great job Jeff!

  2. TOTALLY AGREED! Love to see PALS soon:) thanks for this site! I am taking my ACLS recert. this coming March 31, and as usual still get nervous just to think about it!:)

    • I’m recertifying March 30 th, and I am a little nervous too about it. If you have any test taking suggestions just send them my way please. thx. Love this web site!

      • If you go through all of the practice test on the website, you will have a very good review and preparation for the 50 question test.
        Use the checklist in the download library to make sure that you cover all of the content on the website.
        As far as the skills station testing goes, if you can get greater than 90% on all of the Megacode Simulator scenarios and do well going through the megacode series videos, you will do very well in the skills station.

        Kind regards,
        Jeff

  3. Jeff love your site. Learning so much. Is there a possibility on developing a PALS site? I know there are many people intrested, including myself. Hope you are developing one. Thanks again!

    • I would really like to do this, and it is a long term goal. Hopefully within the next 3-5 years, God willing.

      Kind regards,
      Jeff

      • PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE!!!!!
        PALS is now a much bigger PITA than ACLS :-)

      • Jeff,

        I’m a repeat reviewer here on your ACLS site and love it! I recertify next year for PALS. Could you possibly move your goal for getting a PALS site done sooner? :)
        Thanks again for the great work!

  4. You guys are awesome!! I wish I had this way way back when there was a lot of crying and stress induced vomiting going on:) This site is amazing!! As someone who rarely works with kids I would love it if you did a PALS site….last time I barely passed the test:( Thanks for all your hard work!!

  5. I just passed in Dearborn, MI. With a 47/50 on written. I was thankful to review a bit of almost all the site. It was very informative. In our testing they did not really focus on rhythm identification, just grouped conditions with VT/VF, FAST (tach) or SLOW (brad) and made it simple by grouping as: Unstable or stable hemo for tach… and it came down to majority of BLS questions on the exam, and some odd ball ACLS (ex. CT being down at one hospital, or values) Oddly enough I was so anxious to study and memorize the EKG strips, they really turned out to be more complicated than necessary. However, I will be back for retest in 2 years! I am looking forward to the 2015 revision.

  6. Thank you for a great study site!!

  7. I passed my ACLS certs today! Thank you for this site! This really boosted my cardiac skills! I will be back in two years!

  8. Awesome site , great help

  9. Really a great site! Used for initial certification and now my re-cert. Information, practice tests and mega-codes are so helpful! Thank you!!

  10. Hi Jeff,passed my test today. Thank you your website made all the difference! God bless

  11. Hello Jeff

    I Passed once again. Thank you, Thank you, and Thank you. May God continue to Bless you and your Brother. In addition, the facility also added BLS, so I got a 2 for one. See you in 2 years.

    Best regards,

    Kim

  12. Thanks so much for creating this site! Passed my ACLS test with flying colors. The quizes and megacode scenarios really helped! And yes, please, PALS would be great!

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