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- by Quinnie23 Feb 20I was wondering how do you guys have time to study for ATI. How often do you study ATI? My school require that we take an exam at the end of every semester and we have to make a Level 2 or higher. Thanks in advance to those who respond...your suggestions will be greatly appreciated.
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- Feb 21 by SuperHelperMy school uses ATI and nobody particularly likes it, mostly because it doesn't always directly correlate with our books curriculum. The best advice I can give about passing an ATI test it to first study from you textbooks, then study the same subject in the ATI book at the same time. Waiting until right before the test won't do you any favors (don't ask me how I know).
I would say I devote a little less than half the time for ATI as I do for normal studying (1 hour of ATI versus 2.5-3 regular book). Getting level 2 is not the easiest thing, but it's not super hard either.
- Feb 21 by Quinnie23@SuperHelper thanks I appreciate your answer I am going to try that and hopefully I will do great on this ATI....and you are right the material don't really correlate with ATI which really, really sucks ;( ......Thanks again!
- Feb 21 by melmarie23when in school I did the practice exams. Your school should have given you codes for this.
Also, the Saunders NCLEX review book is extremely helpful. I used this to study for all my classes.
- Feb 21 by NevadaFighterI pretty much have only used the practice exams to study for the ATIs and spent very little time reading the ATI books. I know some people really like the books because it has a more concise version of the material that you are covering in your textbooks. I've also gotten a level 2 or 3 on every ATI I have taken (and I have taken a-many). Good luck!