The CRNI®s dual accreditations and a proven track record of more than 30 years assure patients, employers, and peers that the CRNI® credential is a credible and reliable method of validating a nurse’s experience in the specialty of infusion therapy.
Scaled and Raw Passing Scores
Score reports indicate a candidate’s exam result—either pass or fail. They also provide additional details in the form of scaled and raw scores by major content category.
- Raw scores indicate the number of questions a candidate has answered correctly. The raw score determines a candidate’s pass or fail status. Although the exam consists of 170 questions, candidates' scores are based on 150 questions. Twenty questions are pretest questions. In recent years, the raw passing score has ranged from approximately 100 to 105, depending on differences in the difficulty of the examination forms.
- Scaled scores are reported to take into account the potential for varying levels of difficulty between exams; the scaled score required to pass is always 70, which is intended to represent the same amount of knowledge required to earn the CRNI® credential.
Learn more about Scaled and Raw passing scores here.
Role Delineation Study
INCC appointed a Role Delineation Advisory Committee (RDAC) in March 2012 to conduct the activities necessary to identify responsibilities of practitioners and develop examination specifications. The diversity of this group was reflective of the practice of infusion nursing throughout the United States, and all RDAC members had demonstrated expertise in their respective areas of specialization.
The purpose of the role delineation study, also known as a practice analysis or job analysis, was to identify the necessary knowledge and tasks involved in infusion nursing practice as a first step in the continuing development of a job-related certification examination. INCC requested the services of Applied Measurement Professionals, Inc. (PSI/AMP) to design and conduct a study that would provide the support necessary to develop specifications upon which content valid certification examination could be built for infusion nurses.
Learn more about the Role Delineation Study here.
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