Select all that apply...??

  1. 4 Is it me or are those types of questions annoying? They always give me a mini panic attack! I mean if you choose 1,2,3 and leave out 4 the whole question is wrong!! Arghhhh!
    Okay.. done venting.. lol
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    About natnat122, ASN, EMT-P

    From 'NY, US'; Joined Aug '11; Posts: 476; Likes: 170.

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  3. Visit  Adele_Michal7 profile page
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    Quote from natnat122
    Is it me or are those types of questions annoying? They always give me a mini panic attack! I mean if you choose 1,2,3 and leave out 4 the whole question is wrong!! Arghhhh!
    Okay.. done venting.. lol
    Oh man. I remember these questions from school and I HATED them. Hated. Whenever I got one right it was a victory. Unfortunately I have no tips on how to answer them but I feel your pain.
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  4. Visit  g8sushma profile page
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    I wish they would give you partial credit.
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  5. Visit  BSNbeDONE profile page
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    The way I answered those on the exams and NCLEX was to go straight for the ones that I knew without a doubt did NOT apply. Once I eliminated those, if I didn't have a very good reason as to why either of the others should to be eliminated, I made my selection. Unfortunately, since we have no way of knowing exactly which ones we missed on the exams or the NCLEX, it's a toss-up as to whether or not this theory worked. But since I never had to repeat any exams or the NCLEX, I dare say it worked for me....sometimes barely, but it worked all the same. Lol!
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  6. Visit  Pixie.RN profile page
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    Is EC doing more of these now? LOL! At least you'll be all ready for the NCLEX.
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  7. Visit  BSNbeDONE profile page
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    I know I had my fair share of 'em under the new curriculum.....don't know about the Nursing Concepts students. Lol! Seems like I was always trying to come up with a strategy for this or that. I probably should have changed my degree to something in some area of strategic development. Lol!
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  8. Visit  NursePooda profile page
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    I know I had at least 10 select all that apply questions on LS2. Literally! I stopped counting at 10. All I can say was you've got to be kidding me (in my head).
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  9. Visit  RN12PTL profile page
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    On my NCLEX I had about 30 or more select all that apply questions, so practice them now!! The best way I found for getting them right is to treat each answer as a true and false. Much easier than trying to figure out how many "right answers" are there for the whole question.
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  10. Visit  danielle5454 profile page
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    SATA questions...I hate them too!so complicated, but in taking NCLEX, I don't have any options but to learn how to deal with them right??
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  11. Visit  amygarside profile page
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    It can really be a bit frustrating but it is part of the system. Maybe there should be a suggestion to get some partial credits if you get some correctly.
  12. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from g8sushma
    I wish they would give you partial credit.
    Me too! Oh how I wish.. lol.. I think these questions should R.I.P.!
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    Quote from LunahRN
    Is EC doing more of these now? LOL! At least you'll be all ready for the NCLEX.
    Lol yes! There were like 3 - 5 'Select all that apply' on my last exam! And whew thanks for the heads up, didn't know NCLEX had them too.. oh boy! lol another thing to get used to!
  14. Visit  natnat122 profile page
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    Quote from danielle5454
    SATA questions...I hate them too!so complicated, but in taking NCLEX, I don't have any options but to learn how to deal with them right??
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    Right.. *sigh*

    lol


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