CRNE OCTOBER 2012 - page 2

Hi everyone! I am an IEN from the Philippines batch 2009 I moved here in Brampton last November 2010. I took the May 2012 CPNRE (first time) and still waiting for the results which will come out... Read More

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    oh i would like to clarify that statement. what i meant are practice questions encountered in study guides, prep guides or review materials. i wasn't pertaining to the actual "exam" questions.
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    Hey all fellows...I gave CRNE in 2010..used my 2 chances failed and now after passing NCLEX I am planning to use my last chance in OCT 2012...is there any changes since 2010 in CRNE??? Any good suggestions for prep courses???
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    Quote from patri
    Hey all fellows...I gave CRNE in 2010..used my 2 chances failed and now after passing NCLEX I am planning to use my last chance in OCT 2012...is there any changes since 2010 in CRNE??? Any good suggestions for prep courses???
    Why don't you read the threads for the Feb 2012 and June 2012 exams? Your questions are answered there and need not be repeated here.
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  5. Visit  Pudina} profile page
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    hi all,
    I am an IEN. I got the eligibility from the CNO to write CRNE, so I am giving my exam on October 3rd. Therefore, can anybody tell me how to start the preparation and what is the best available resources to get through the exam.
    Thanks in advance.
  6. Visit  Silverdragon102} profile page
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    try reading the many CRNE threads which discuss the various study plans people used as well as books
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    Pudina, did you read the post immediately before yours above???
  8. Visit  harjit12} profile page
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    Hi,
    where did you took classes for NCLEX because i also have only one chance left for crne. what is the process for NCLEX exam like we do our assessment for crne from CNO. Where should I go for NCLEX.
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    Quote from harjit12
    Hi,
    where did you took classes for NCLEX because i also have only one chance left for crne. what is the process for NCLEX exam like we do our assessment for crne from CNO. Where should I go for NCLEX.
    try looking for threads about NCLEX processing and stuff. this thread is for October CRNE and not NCLEX.
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  10. Visit  Silverdragon102} profile page
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    Quote from harjit12
    Hi,
    where did you took classes for NCLEX because i also have only one chance left for crne. what is the process for NCLEX exam like we do our assessment for crne from CNO. Where should I go for NCLEX.
    This thread is discussing the CRNE if you want to discuss the application to be a RN in the US and work in the US (remember passing NCLEX doesn't mean you can bypass CRNE) then please check out the Advice on immigration forum where you will see many threads discussing the US
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    hey all, I need help with math questions in CRNE..is it possible for anyone to share few and focus on the strategies to solve them efficiently???

    Not only math calculations but also need help to prepare myself to answer community health nursing related questions. Best strategy to answer them and to prepare the whole section of community nursing. What points should we focus more and like that. I see there is a lot of stuff on allnurses to prepare for NCLEX and very less for CRNE so lets start building it. I mean from the beginning. Topics, meds, med calculations, community nursing, etc.
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    Quote from patri
    I see there is a lot of stuff on allnurses to prepare for NCLEX and very less for CRNE so lets start building it. I mean from the beginning. Topics, meds, med calculations, community nursing, etc.
    There's actually A LOT of information about the CRNE on this site. You just have to look for it. Every exam sitting for the past five years at least has been heavily discussed with details about studying, how to prep etc. If you found allnurses.com you can find this stuff. Use the search box at the top right of the screen....
  13. Visit  patri} profile page
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    I already tried but not enough practice questions or online sites for practice questions related to CRNE I find here...its all the name of the books, prep courses thts it...

    Also for everything its money, money and money...for NCLEX I found everything on allnurses and didn't had to pay a single penny whereas for CRNE even to get 100 question bank book there is money going out of my pocket...I am unemployed so don't have that much money to spend on prep courses and books. In toronto public library every book has long line of holds...I wish CRNE had atleast easy access to prepare for the people who are jobless and paying $508 just to write it.
    Last edit by NotReady4PrimeTime on Jun 14, '12 : Reason: boosting post count
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    You cannot compare Canada to the US. Everything is different in Canada and that's just the way it is. Canada has the same population as the state of California - about 34 million, or about 1/10th that of the US. Economies of scale are involved here. Clinical questions on the CRNE are very similar to those on the NCLEX so you can study those with confidence. those relating to community health care, the determinants of health, Canadian health care law and ethics are the ones you won't find in NCLEX prep material. Have you thought about borrowing CRNE prep materials from a university library or another library that has them through an interlibrary loan? That involves NO money other than whatever your local library charges for a library card.

    Posting actual exam questions is illegal. Everyone who writes is required to sign a contract that states they will not reveal the specific contents of the exam so the prep materials are really the only way to go. You should check out CRNEcentral.com - Your #1 source for passing the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination for a sample exam that is free. You should also check CNO's web site for resources that will help you grasp the complex and specific information that will be tested.

    In another thread you stated you have a BScN from York University. Why is it that you don't have CRNE prep information from your nursing school? I don't understand how a Canadian university would not prep their students for the CNRE; most Canadian-educated candidates pass their CRNE on the first attempt.
    Last edit by NotReady4PrimeTime on Jun 14, '12 : Reason: added something


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