I would have attached it, but I can't find where I can upload a .doc file or a way to host it somewhere, so I had to go and re-type it:
Commonly tested Meds on the NCLEX-RN:
Adrenaline, Adriamycin, Alupent, Aminophylline, Amoxil, Amphogel, Apresoline, Artane, Aspirin, Atrophine, AZT, Bactrim, Benadryl, Bentyl, Calan, Carafate, Cardizem, Ceclor, Chronulac, Codeine, Cogentin, Compazine, Coumadin, Cytoxin, Decadron, Demerol, Diamox, Dilantin, Diuril, Dramamine, Ducolax, Dyazide, Elavil, Flagyl, Garamycin, Heparin, Inderal, Indocin, INH, Insulin (all types), Intropin, Isuprel, KCL, Keflex, Lanoxin, Lasix, Librium, Lomotil, Lopressor, Maalox, Mannitol, Mefoxin, Metamucil, Micronase, Morphine, Motrin, Mucomyst, Mycostatin, Mysoline, Nitroglycerin, Protamine sulfate, Prozac, Prevacid, Reglan, Restoril, Robitussin, Silvadine, Sinemet, Solu-Medrol, Streptomycin, Synthroid, Tagamet, Tegretol, Tigan, Timoptic, Tylenol, Valium, Velosef, Vibramycin, Vistaril, Xanas, Xylocaine, Zantax, Zyloprim
Clozaril, Cogentin, Dalamane, Dexedrine, Elavil, Eskalith, Haldol, Luminal, Navane, Phenergan, Ritalin, Serax, Sinequan, Surfak, Thorazine
Aldomet, Ampicillin, Cortef, Ergometrine, Magnesium sulfate, Pitocin, Premarin, Primaxin, Yutopar
Kewll, Nix, Oncovin (plus the med-surg drugs)
That's the abbreviated list I've got. I have another list which is 3 printed pages, but I'm sure if I typed it out I could get it into 2 pages. If anyone is interested, I'll put the work in being I'm on spring break this week.