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Our online Esthetician practice exams are designed to help Esthetics students and graduates; apprentices in an esthetics apprenticeship; skin care specialists moving to a new state in the U.S.; and estheticians / skin care specialists needing a refresher course in esthetics / aesthetics theory in order to prepare for the written state board licensing exam. Once you have purchased Total Access to our exam service, you will be able to practice from any one or all of the exams for as many attempts as you need to improve your knowledge and memory. Questions are randomized every time you start an exam. Total Access does not expire. You also have the choice to purchase the Esthetics eBook which is a download, but can be printed from your home computer. However, if you take an exam on a computer instead of a mobile device, you can also print each finished exam. All of the exams available in the esthetics Total Access online exams are explained below:

To assist in increasing your knowledge in subjects you may have struggled in, we recommend you take any of the Focus Exams. These exams focus on the indicated subject matter. They will not be timed, and will show you whether you have chosen the correct answer or the incorrect answer immediately. If you choose an incorrect answer, in one of these exams, you will be able to view the correct answer when you review the test. If you see that you may not pass the test, you will need to review it during the test, otherwise, you can review every test that is passed. Each and every test will randomize the questions and answers when it is retaken. The 18 Focus Exams are listed here: (1) Advanced & Specialized Services - 73 questions (2) Anatomy: Body Systems & Organs 1 - 88 questions (3) Anatomy: Body Systems & Organs 2 - 89 questions (4) Application & Removal Procedures - 41 questions (5) Basic Chemistry - 89 questions (6) Basic Facials and Masks - 56 questions (7) Cytology - Cells - 49 questions (8) Electricity - 57 questions (9) Hair Anatomy & Hair Removal - 57 questions (10) Integumentary System, The Skin & Factors That Affect The Skin - 94 questions (11) Machines - 45 questions (12) Makeup & Color Theory - 95 questions (13) Massage - 49 questions (14) Microbiology/Bacteriology - 59 questions (15) Products - 69 questions (16) Sanitation, Infection Control & Safety - 82 questions (17) Skin Analysis, Consultation & Draping - 31 questions (18) Skin Conditions, Disorders & Diseases - 87 questions. These are all available to you through the purchased Total Access page. Also avialable are: Esthetics Exam Flashcards Page at $2.99 each. The flashcards correspond with the focus exams in the Total access package.

We strongly recommend you take one of the 5 Timed Exams. These are designed to simulate a state board exam as much as possible. No one knows what the exact questions will be on your state board exam- so it is imperative to study all of your subjects and make good use of the different types of exams available to you here. The purpose of the timed exams is to simulate the pressure of completing the state board exam accurately and in plenty of time. These are all available to you through the purchased Total Access page.

The Power Exams have 250 questions each. There are 3 Power Exams available. Power Exam 1 includes questions from the following subjects: Sanitation & Infection Control, Products, Machines, Electricity, and Basic Chemistry. Power Exam 2 includes questions from the following subjects: Advanced & Specialized Services, Application & Removal, Basic Facials, Consultation & Draping, Hair Removal & Hair Anatomy, Makeup & Color and Massage. Power Exam 3 includes questions from the following subjects: Anatomy, Systems of the Body, Organs, Skin Conditions & Disorders, Microbiology, Integumentary & Skin, Cells & Cytology. These are all available to you through the purchased Total Access page.

The Grand Exams have 500 questions each. There are 3 Grand Exams available. These are not timed. Passing one of these exams not only increases your memory and knowledge, but also your confidence. If you had any doubts in your ability to pass a written state board exam - you can overcome those doubts by passing at least one of the Grand Exams. You will be able to review the outline of the test as you take it, and also review the entire exam once you have passed it.These are all available to you through the purchased Total Access page.
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Why should you purchase the online esthetics exam service in order to prepare for your state board exam?

Our esthetician exams were developed from three curriculums, and according to the requirements of all state testing companies as well as the international CIDESCO exam. Established in 2010, FWYN LLC has been the leader in publishing esthetician exams that cover essential information needed for the state board and the national as well as international esthetics exam. Although you can find plenty of free quizlets and make proprofs of your own during school - you need our professionally developed exams to pass the state board. Keep in mind, each state testing company may call the same subject by different names. Such as: Microbiology in one state may be called Bacteriology in another. Sanitation in one state may be called Infection Control in another. However, no matter what name these subjects or topics are called by - they will be on your state board exam in the following states in the U.S.:

California, Tennessee, Texas, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Utah, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, North Carolina, North Dakota, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Oklahoma, Oregon, New Mexico, New York, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Arkansas, Kansas, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Montana, Nebraska, Vermont, Virginia, and Wyoming.

You are an esthetician. A specialist in skin care and beauty. You practice the work of cleaning and beautifying the skin (also known as aesthetician). Spa services you will soon be performing on a professional level can include, but are not limited to: Treatments of Different Skin Types, Facial Paraffin, Glycolic Wash, Vacuum Massage Face Treatment, Swedish full body massage, extractions, facials on areas of the body such as back, shoulders or chest, facials with machines or products or both, manual facial massage, Microdermabrasion, Body Massage with Aromatherapy, Body Massage with machines, Chair Massage, Stone Massage, Reflexology, Eyelash Extensions, Eyebrow and eyelash tinting, Eyebrow arching, Hydrotherapy, Microcurrent, Makeup application, Manicures and Pedicures, Hair removal, Gommage, Body Polish, Mud wraps, Body Exfoliation, Medi Spa Treatments, Kinesiology, remineralization body wraps, hydration body wraps, holistic spa treatments, theraffin treatments, ear candling and aromatherapy. The possibilities of esthetician services are almost endless in the profession of esthetics.

In esthetician school, you studied the structure of skin and hair; the functions of the skin; skin diseases and disorders; allergy based skin diseases, the stages of hair growth; skin cancer; chemistry involving skin, and much more. You also became an expert at professional consultation; hygiene treatment; organic chemistry and so on.

You performed hands-on clinical or practical training in aesthetics school. For hair removal training, you performed methods of Depilation and Epilation. Depilation by shaving, depilatories (chemicals), and friction (buffing) which lasts several hours to several days. Also epilation such as waxing, tweezing, threading, and laser hair removal, lasts much longer. You also arched eyebrows and tweezed other unwanted hair, applied makeeup, performed various types of facials and skin care. One of the benefits of being in the esthetician industry, a career of glamour and beauty, is that you are in charge of your own success. You can be in charge of your own success when taking your state board exam, also. Do well in school. Miss very few days. Follow the advice of your instructor. And ALWAYS read directions. When you sign up for your state board exam, read EVERYTHING. Do not skip over anything. It is imperative that you perform for the exam reviewers in the specific way they have outlined for you. Arrive to your exam on time. And be an excellent listener when they give you instructions. If you can follow instructions well you are well on the road to a successful examination.

You have worked very hard to get to this point. You have put in the hours. You have performed countless facials, extractions and carefully made many legs, backs, chins and armpits hairless. You have sanitized over and over. You have studied systems of the body, the anatomy of cells, product chemistry, electricity and machines used in the salon and spa. The only thing that is left, before you can begin your dream career - is to pass your state board licensing exam! Whether you will work as a skin care professional esthetician in California, Texas, Pennsylvania, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Puerto Rico - or any other state or territory in the U.S. you must pass your state board exam first when they require a license for estheticians! You can do it. Improve your chances of passing your state board exam through review, practice and fortifying your confidence right here on this site!

The state board testing companies do not reveal the exact questions on the exam to anyone - but they do reveal the topics on the exam and all the subjects within those topics. From that information, we were able to develop an exam service with a pool of over 1,200 questions from the topics and subjects that will be included on the state board exams. Your best bet is to purchase total access to the online esthetics exams for only $27.99 where you will have access to unlimited attempts with any of our exams - or all of them. You will be able to practice and review questions similar to a state board exam, but in a relaxed environment, your own home, your own computer, at your own convenience. Remember, practice makes perfect. Now go for it... and Good Luck!

For those who would prefer esthetician / aesthetician esthetics practice exam questions and answers in print, we recommend: Esthetic Practice Exam from FWYN, LLC