Nursing students have long asked for a book of questions and answers to complement the thorough science review found in The Princeton Review's Cracking the NCLEX-RN guides. Now with NCLEX-RN QaA, they have the ideal practice aid to supplement their review. With hundreds of questions and worked-out solutions in each core clinical area, this guide is the ideal preparation tool for nurses preparing to take the licensure exam. Nurses and nurse scholars from all relevant specialty areas have collaborated in writing sample questions that precisely simulate the actual exam. Included is a special introductory section that provides an overview of the exam with: A breakdown of how many questions to expect on each subject Special, time-saving strategies for solving dosage problems Advice on how to answer delegation and management questions Techniques for taking the NCLEX-RN on a computerREGISTERING FOR THE NCLEX-RN CAT Sometime during the later part of your last year in nursing school, you will receive an application ... Getting your license through reciprocity could take a relatively long time, delaying your ability to work. ... With this authorization you can then call (this costs about $9.25) or write for a date to sit for the exam. ... Schedule your exam for the morning session if you are a morning person and for the afternoon if you do your best work at that time of day.
|Title||:||NCLEX-RN Q and A|
|Publisher||:||The Princeton Review - 1999-01-01|