CRNE Readiness Test Questions - page 2
Hi Guys, I have previously taken the CRNE Readiness Test and got quite a good score (considering i have not yet started studying the prep guide) I am just wondering if the questions in the test... Read More
0May 29, '10 by scaryclairyits so frustrating as for my 1st attempt i failed by 3 points and the 2nd attempt i failed by 2 points!
0May 31, '10 by RGN1You need to concentrate on the strategies.
I too am a UK trained nurse & myself & other UK colleagues all passed 1st time so it's not your training that's letting you down. What you need is not so much the content but the strategies to get to the right answer.
The Mosby book & the CNA book (& probably the Lippincot book too) all have sections regarding strategies & you need to know these almost more than content.
When you practice read the reason why you got an answer right as well as when you get one wrong, it helps you learn why an answer is correct.
CRNE is a horrible exam (worse in my mind than N-CLEX, which I also have) because it's so psyche-social & wishy washy. Almost all the questions have answers which are all correct in their own way with just one being more correct (or a better answer to the original question) than the others.
0Sep 27, '11 by judith olivahi, I want to take the CRNE,but i dont know what material should i use for me to read and prepare for the exam,, please can help me,, and i tried to search in the internet on the sample questions given in CRNE but i found it to difficult to have one,,,
0Sep 27, '11 by NotReady4PrimeTime, RN Senior Moderator
0Jul 19, '12 by innocent queenanyone knows if Toronto school of health is a good source to do prep course for CRNE ..pls. let me know
1Jul 19, '12 by NotReady4PrimeTime, RN Senior ModeratorNo... it's not. Do a Google search of this site (top right hand corner of this page) for Toronto School of Health and it will all become clear.