CHOA Peds test.. what it's like! - page 2
by KayRN910 9,643 Views | 20 Comments
So, there's like, a HUNDRED posts on here asking about the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Prep test they make you take to get hired, but NOBODY actually replies that has taken it. So, I will tell you that I took it. It's... Read More
- 0Jul 29, '11 by HopefulRN2010I think it went really well! I just shadowed yesterday, so hopefully I will find something out soon!
@pjp2u2- I LOVED it! I have always wanted to do pediatrics, so I felt like I was finally in the right place! It was different though. My nurse had an 8 month old and a 13 year old. And I must say changing the diaper of the 8 month old was a lot different than the diapers I change where I currently work! The nurse I was shadowing was so friendly and helpful as well. Actually pretty much everyone there was really friendly. Hopefully I will see you soon
- 0Feb 25, '12 by KayRN910Dont be nervous! It's hard to tell somebody how to study for it, because it's basically pediatric NCLEX questions! Just know your pediatric specific disorders (not anything too crazy), and what is important to kiddos assessment wise. (Eating, peeing, pooping, respirations, cap refill... ect)
Good luck! Post here what you think about it... to give other people some pointers in the furture!
- 0Oct 16, '12 by JoonSusannaI wanted to chime in here too since I just recently took the PREP test and passed!
KayRN910 was definitely right when she said that focusing on growth and development, as well as peds specific disorders, is key. If you know your basics (interventions, therapeutic communications, etc) than you will be absolutely fine. And she was also right that the closer to your NCLEX you are, the better.
I had never taken the HESI, only ATI, but I found my ATI peds nursing book (a general concept review guide) was more than sufficient for the test. Good luck to all of you facing this part of the interview process - you're almost there!
- 1Jun 7 by molls4I took this test recently, so I figured I would comment on what my study plan was. I used my Saunders NCLEX review book and reviewed some notes from class. I like Saunders a lot because of the organization of the material. But if you don't already own it, the ATI study guide should be fine. Although I didn't use the ATI study guide, I did do my ATI peds practice tests again. Good luck!