This book (Fundamentals Success: A Q&A Review Applying Critical Thinking to Test Taking) was recommended by several people here. It helped me get familiar or "used to" the way the questions are stated... The main strategy that the book goes into is to ask yourself before looking at the answer choices: Who is the client? What is the question asking? Then go through each choice and use the process of elimination. Btw, a little about the book itself... There's an introduction on what critical thinking is and the strategy. The main bulk of the book are practice questions divided into subject matter such as ethics, community nursing, medication administration, hygiene, Qs related to different body systems and more. They provide clear rationale for why each choice is wrong or right. It also comes with a CD with more practice questions.