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CPNRE JANUARY 2011 TEST TAKER/s

  1. 0 Hi AllNurses . I will be writing the CPNRE on January 2011. My study materials are:
    -Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing 2nd Edition and
    -The Canadian PN Exam Prep Guide 3rd Edition.

    To all test takers for January 2011 (hoping that I am not the only one here), please join and we'll support each other to stay on track and keep on going. To all other members who passed the exam or knowledgeable about the CPNRE, please give some inputs. Badly needed. Thank you.

    A prayer to all of us, "Lord God, our Saviour, we are asking for your guidance for the upcoming CPNRE. Help us to comprehend what we are studying and give us wisdom to pass the exam. Please Lord. In Jesus Name, Amen".

    Will always keep you posted
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    As I reached the first "review questions" at the end of the chapter of the book (mosby's canadian comprehensive review of nursing ), I wonder if these questions are for CRNE only and not for CPNRE? Am I going to skip the review questions of the book or not??? Because for the fact that there are some difference between the role of a Registered Nurse and Registered Practical Nurse. I am worried that the approach in answering the questions or answers to the questions are for the CRNE and not for the CPNRE. Hope to receive some answers. Thanks
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    good luck and God bless to all who will write the CPNRE today!
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    hello winterspice. i want to join you. we have very same situation here obviously because we will be taking same exam. likewise, i am looking for more practice questions w/ rationales for RPN exam. i also bought mosbys and the canadian pn prep guide. about your question, i've thought about that. for me, i think we better use the mosbys as our reference or the nursing knowledge foundation and use the prep guide in practicing rpn-like questions. so i'll skip the mosby's questions.but it's up to u. i;ve read some forums saying that the exam is difficult. some ppl would say, it's easy. but it's better that we prepare ourselves so we're confident.
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    Thank you flight81! We have to keep on working this out to develop nursing muscles. Whether it is easy or not, we're prepared and will pass it! As for the moment, I'll skip that questions too. Please keep posted with your progress.
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    hi. a friend who passed the cpnre told me that she used the mosby's and prep guide as well. she also answered those practice questions on mosby's. so i guess it;s ok to answer those questions on mosby's..what do u think? could someome give us some insights if we could practice the CRNE questions for CPNRE???
  8. Visit  Dsaini profile page
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    I will also be writing in Jan 2011. I am also studying from
    -Mosby’s Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing 2nd Edition and
    -The Canadian PN Exam Prep Guide 3rd Edition.

    but I wanna prepare more.
    What you gues think about taking some prep courses I was looking through and found this prep course at centennial.
    http://db2.centennialcollege.ca/ce/c...eCode=CENA-911
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    Quote from Dsaini
    I will also be writing in Jan 2011. I am also studying from
    -Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing 2nd Edition and
    -The Canadian PN Exam Prep Guide 3rd Edition.

    but I wanna prepare more.
    What you gues think about taking some prep courses I was looking through and found this prep course at centennial.
    http://db2.centennialcollege.ca/ce/c...eCode=CENA-911

    i think it's a great course because it's comprehensive. if i only have wings to fly there...thank u for sharing the site! hope we will pass the exam with flying colours. good luck and keep on sharing!
  10. Visit  winterspice profile page
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    Quote from Dsaini
    I will also be writing in Jan 2011. I am also studying from
    -Mosby's Canadian Comprehensive Review of Nursing 2nd Edition and
    -The Canadian PN Exam Prep Guide 3rd Edition.

    but I wanna prepare more.
    What you gues think about taking some prep courses I was looking through and found this prep course at centennial.
    http://db2.centennialcollege.ca/ce/c...eCode=CENA-911

    Thank you Dsaini for this valuable information. This is a great help for those test takers who want an RPN comprehensive course for CPNRE. Good Luck!
  11. Visit  manojimperial profile page
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    Hi, I'm also taking the RPN exam in Jan 2011, I think if we read canadian fundamental of nursing also along with the 2 book mentioned by winterspice will be helpfull specially of IEN's.
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    hi manojimperial. thank you for sharing. please update us after you write the exam or if u have any more inputs, thoughts to share on how to prepare the exam. thanks again!
  13. Visit  girliejohn profile page
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    Hello, from my own perspective I would recommend mastering Canadian PN prep guide 1st, 2nd & 3rd. Understand how the questions are constructed and find the technique the examiners are using in choosing the right answer according to their standard. Of course it is great to have the overall nursing knowledge but lets accept the fact that we will not know everything what is being asked but if we know how to eliminate the wrong answer from the right then there will be better chances of passing. Taking the online predictor test is also a big help. It would be confusing to use NCLEX test for PN exam but if you know the role difference between an RN and RPN then it's fine to use that as well for additional knowledge. In short, learn the art of multiple choice.
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    Quote from girliejohn
    Hello, from my own perspective I would recommend mastering Canadian PN prep guide 1st, 2nd & 3rd. Understand how the questions are constructed and find the technique the examiners are using in choosing the right answer according to their standard. Of course it is great to have the overall nursing knowledge but lets accept the fact that we will not know everything what is being asked but if we know how to eliminate the wrong answer from the right then there will be better chances of passing. Taking the online predictor test is also a big help. It would be confusing to use NCLEX test for PN exam but if you know the role difference between an RN and RPN then it's fine to use that as well for additional knowledge. In short, learn the art of multiple choice.

    thank you so much for sharing your thoughts... Congratulations for passing the exam! I salute you!


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