I know you dont qualify to sit for the ccrn.
The pass ccrn book will help--you need the cd.
I believe there are 1200 questions.
i have the book myself.
i need to go look thru my cd collection and see if i can find the cd, however.
There are other ccrn books, even tho they may be old. springfield and the gasparsis gall--findable on amazon
those two have the questions.
along with the pass ccrn cd which i believe would need to be printed out.
i would use all 3 books for that test--no, i am not certain how close the pccn is to the ccrn, but i imagine they are relatively similar in difficulty--much analysis-type questions.
no, i wouldnt pay that for that.
altho it is difficult to find on the website, med-ed seminars has a NEXT program online for like $25/month or something
sign up and watch the videos a couple times thru.
i aint too fond of cammy tho
or buy the ccrn and cmc cd versions for like 150 a piece.
the next training is like 70hours of video, and at 25/month, a pretty good deal if u ask me.
but you still need the thousands of practice questions, imo