Sent in CPNE application !! - page 3
I just finished the FCCA and sent in my CPNE application for Wisconsin sites, since I live in Wisconsin. I'm hoping to get a date within 4 months. My printer didn't burn out printing the whole CPNE study guide, thank god. :yes: I... Read More
- 0Jan 20, '13 by JENNIFER27Quote from KayrieCONGRATULATIONS!!!!Passed! It was very difficult but very doable if you can keep your nerves under contol. I took chancellors workshop in Indianapolis...the 5 day workshop. Everything I learned there is what I used to pass. Failed one lab...my very first one...due to nerves. Then passed the other 3 after I went in the hallway & calmed myself. Passed 2 PCS's Saturday then my repeat lab. Sunday morning passed the last PCS! Advice...practice practice practice! & go to a workshop...a MUST & worth every penny!
- 0Feb 16, '13 by chrissymaeCongratulations to you. I'm going to Madison in less than two weeks for my CPNE. I've been a LPN for about 20 years and the last ten of it I've been working on my bridge to RN through Excelsior. There are few things I've ever wanted personally and professionally the way I want this. I don't think I was this nervous on my wedding day!!! I'm scared to death. Any major pointers?
- 0Apr 10 by Pixie.RN Asst. AdminQuote from AmyLPNtoRN82A PCS is patient care situation - EC students care for at least 3 and up to 5 patients during his or her CPNE. This explains about grids and mnemonics: http://allnurses.com/excelsior-colle...ec-308371.htmlCan you elaborate more on this grid and mnemonics and what is PCS