Hello. One idea is to call your state board of nursing and ask for information about the CCRN test and any study guide suggestions. Another idea is to contact a representative who will be helping to administer your specific CCRN exam and ask for any available study aides. If there is a medical book store on a nearby university campus, you could call and learn if they have any specific test prep books for your exam. A former nursing instructor may be willing to help you "scout" for study resources, too. Best wishes.
I HAVE BEEN RECIEVING 90'S OUT OF 150 ON ALL MY PRACTICE TEST. i HAVE THE PASS CCRN BOOK AND I WAS WONDERING ARE THESE NUMBERS THE EQUAL TO PASSING THE REAL TEST. I AM HAVING SOME MAJOR ANXIETY ABOUT THE TEST AND I AM TAKING IT AT THE END OF THIS MONTH.