ACLS Practice Test Library(Click for Instructions)
These ACLS practice questions are organized according to the respective ACLS Algorithm. Each ACLS practice test below is progressive and will fully prepare you for the AHA ACLS Provider Course. After you finish each practice test, the program will grade and record your test. Repeat the test if you score Less than 85%.
Rationales are provided as a reference for you.
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All practice tests are compliant with the 2015-2020 AHA ACLS guidelines.
Bradycardia (30 questions total)
VF/Pulseless VT (30 questions total)
These questions cover ventricular fibrillation and pulseless ventricular tachycardia and all aspects of the left branch of the pulseless arrest algorithm.
ACLS Basics (30 questions total)
These questions cover general information found within multiple areas of ACLS protocol.
PEA/Asystole (40 questions total)
These questions cover PEA and asystole and all aspects of the right branch of the pulseless arrest algorithm.
Tachycardia (30 questions)
These questions cover tachycardia and all aspects of the tachycardia algorithm.
New 2015-2020 ACLS Guideline Changes (26 questions total)
In October of 2015, the American Heart Association revised and updated the ACLS Guidelines. This practice test will give you a thorough review of all of the guidelines that took effect at the beginning of 2016.
Post-Cardiac Arrest Care (24 questions total)
Post-cardiac arrest care has become an integral part of ACLS. These 24 questions gives you a full review of post-cardiac arrest care.
Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS) (32 questions total)
These questions cover acute coronary syndrome and all aspects of of the ACS algorithm.
Acute Stroke Care (20 questions total)
These questions cover acute stroke care and important aspects of the acute stroke algorithm.
2010-2015 ACLS Guideline Changes (25 questions total)
In October of 2010, the American Heart Association revised and updated the ACLS Guidelines. There are new guidelines in effect however, of the changes made in 2010 remain in effect and were incorporated into the 2015-2020 guidelines. This test will give you a good review of the changes that were made in 2010.