qHow to Pass Nursing Schoolq is a comprehensive book that covers all of the important aspects of nursing school. Unlike other books on this topic, this book will tell you all about nursing school--from A to Z! Nursing students often enter nursing school not knowing what to expect, and sometimes find themselves struggling to pass. Some students even become discouraged to the point of questioning whether or not they should quit or pursue a different degree. This guide was written to give students tips to pass, and to tell them exactly what to expect when attending nursing school. The author, S.L. Page, BSN, RN, currently works as a cardiac nurse, and graduated from nursing school with honors. She passed the NCLEX test on her first try, and later went on to start a popular website, where she's helped thousands of people learn more about nursing. In this book, Sarah guides the reader through what to expect in nursing school from beginning to end, covering all of the things students can expect to face, and sharing all the tips, tricks, and resources she used along the way. Whether you're a current nursing student looking for ways to boost your performance, a high school student interested in preparing for nursing school, an adult looking to return for a nursing degree, or a recent graduate looking for tips to transition into your first job--this book can equip you with the tools and resources to help you succeed. Aside from this nursing school guide, you'll also receive a bundle of professionally designed resume and cover letter templates for submitting resumes after graduation, a printable weekly planner template to help you stay organized, and a printable flashcard template for making flashcards. All templates are in .doc or .docx format, and must be downloaded separately following instructions in the book itself. All of these resources are included with your purchase of qHow to Pass Nursing School.q These resources alone are worth the purchase price, but you'll get them free as a special gift when you purchase this book. It doesn't matter whether you know nothing about nursing school, or whether you're already in nursing school--this book has something for everyone. To see all of the topics covered in this book, use the qLook Insideq feature on Amazon. Here's just a sample of some of the topics covered: How to prepare for nursing school Tips for international students and returning adults Different types of nurses and degrees (LPN, RN, etc.) Sample curriculum and classes Paying for nursing school (scholarships, financial aid, etc.) Saving money on textbooks Information on care plans, clinicals, and nursing skills Nursing entrance, mid-curricular, and exit exams Studying and test-taking strategies NCLEX Nursing career information Common nursing specialties Preparing for interviews Preparing resumes and cover letters (you'll receive cover letter and resume templates) Tips to get a job and advance in your career and more Who will benefit most from this book? qHow to Pass Nursing Schoolq will best benefit the following readers: Adults or international student interested in returning to nursing school, or becoming a nurse in the U.S.(this guide will tell you what to expect) High school students planning to enter nursing school (you'll learn what to expect and how to prepare) For current nursing students, this guide will offer study tips, NCLEX tips, how to save money on books, scholarship resources, and more. If you're about to graduate nursing school (or a recent graduate)--you'll benefit from the professionally designed resume templates and cover letters, and advice on finding jobs and performing well in interviews.S. L. Page. -What Exactly Do Nurses Do? -What Do Registered Nurses Do? - Things Registered Nurses Do Not Do -What ... -Brief Overview of Common Specialties and Nursing Areas Chapter 24: Creating a Resume -Pre-Resume Preparation ... When to Submit Resumes as a New Nurse Graduate Chapter 25: Letters of Recommendation or Reference -What Is a Letter of Recommendation or Reference?
|Title||:||How to Pass Nursing School|
|Author||:||S. L. Page|
|Publisher||:||RegisteredNurseRN.com - 2013-11-25|