The Nursing Home Administrator’s licensure examination is a two-part examination. The first part is the National examination prepared by the National Association of Long Term Care Administrator (NAB). The second part is the Wisconsin State Law examination. Applicants for initial licensure must successfully complete both parts of the examination. Reciprocal applicants who have successfully completed the NAB examination in another state are only required to take the Wisconsin State Law examination. The passing scaled score on the State Law exam is 64 and 113 on the NAB exam.
Information for the national examination is available from NAB. * Important Information for National Association of Long Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB) - Click Here *
Statutes for the State of Wisconsin can be found here and the administrative code can be found here.Wisconsin Law Exam Content Outline Links
Chapter DHS 132Chapter DHS 50Chapter DHS 129Chapter DHS 13