Completed Form A of Transitions Practice Exam!!!

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    Hello everyone! I was finally able to pay for my first exam with excelsior and scheduled my exam for mid October. I just did the first practice exam and scored 55%. I'm kinda bummed about this because I have been studying for this exam for some time. I am using studygroup 101 and excelsior content guide. Starting to feel that I may not be ready for the exam by the date that I gave myself. Please share your scores and experience with this exam with me please. Getting extremely nervous, especially since tomorrow is the 1st.

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    You still have 2 weeks, you should be fine. That test was all memorization. If you score in the upper 60s you should be able to get an A or B on the real exam. I don't know about 55%. I would concentrate on the studygroup 101 notes for that particular test. Just memorize the founders and their philosophies and then know what group does what and you should be fine.
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    Ok thanks so much for the advice! I plan to take the second practice exam around the 15th but in the mean time devote at least three to four hours a day in studying and reviewing the material.
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    I took this exam a couple of weeks ago. I used the textbooks to study, mostly the Ellis book. The practice exams for this test are great. I used them to guide my reviewing. I scored in the upper 70s and got an A on the exam.
    I bought the SG101 notes but didn't use them.

    Good luck!
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    Quote from Luv5Cats
    I took this exam a couple of weeks ago. I used the textbooks to study, mostly the Ellis book. The practice exams for this test are great. I used them to guide my reviewing. I scored in the upper 70s and got an A on the exam.
    I bought the SG101 notes but didn't use them.

    Good luck!
    Thank you
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    hi, when you say know what group does what are you referring to clinical specialty organizations and all the different nursing organizations? Thanks!


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