CRNE prep courses - which one to take?

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    I want to ask did any of you took crne prep courses before you take the exam.
    because currently i'm looking for prep courses in Toronto and i don't really know which one can i trust.

    Thanks
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    If it's affiliated with a school of nursing (ie a university) then you can't go wrong.
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    Quote from yk2009
    I want to ask did any of you took crne prep courses before you take the exam.
    because currently i'm looking for prep courses in Toronto and i don't really know which one can i trust.

    Thanks
    The one offered at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto is EXCELLENT! It is a two-intensive-day course with a 150 question mock CRNE exam at the end. It focuses more on test strategies and tips on how to answer the questions according to the CNA competencies. It does not cover much knowledge although the powerpoint presention given on pharmacology and lab tests were right on point. It was my second attempt and this course truly guided me towards the right direction.

    Just make sure you call the university and inquire about additional dates for this course. I took it this past September and not quite sure whether it is the only time of the year when they offer it.

    This course + content review + as many practice questions = A good chance to successfully complete the CRNE

    Good Luck!!
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    Thanks, i saw the u of t one too, but it said they only offered in Sept.
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    Quote from UWO23
    The one offered at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto is EXCELLENT! It is a two-intensive-day course with a 150 question mock CRNE exam at the end. It focuses more on test strategies and tips on how to answer the questions according to the CNA competencies. It does not cover much knowledge although the powerpoint presention given on pharmacology and lab tests were right on point. It was my second attempt and this course truly guided me towards the right direction.

    Just make sure you call the university and inquire about additional dates for this course. I took it this past September and not quite sure whether it is the only time of the year when they offer it.

    This course + content review + as many practice questions = A good chance to successfully complete the CRNE

    Good Luck!!
    hi do you know if they have one offered here in Calgary? thanks!
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    Quote from UWO23
    The one offered at the Bloomberg Faculty of Nursing University of Toronto is EXCELLENT! It is a two-intensive-day course with a 150 question mock CRNE exam at the end. It focuses more on test strategies and tips on how to answer the questions according to the CNA competencies. It does not cover much knowledge although the powerpoint presention given on pharmacology and lab tests were right on point. It was my second attempt and this course truly guided me towards the right direction.

    Just make sure you call the university and inquire about additional dates for this course. I took it this past September and not quite sure whether it is the only time of the year when they offer it.

    This course + content review + as many practice questions = A good chance to successfully complete the CRNE

    Good Luck!!
    by the way, do they give u any notes in that course?
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    I just sold all my CRNE books a couple of days ago and gave those notes away as well. But yes, they give you a hard copy of the powerpoint presentation and a report of the mock exam.
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    Quote from yahy
    hi do you know if they have one offered here in Calgary? thanks!
    Hi Yahy,

    I really have no idea about Alberta...the funny thing is that the instructor of the course I took in Toronto had come from Alberta just for that weekend and she was amazingly good. You could perhaps call UfT and ask them if they have any affiliated CRNE courses with the University of Alberta at all.

    Good luck to you as well!
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    The University of Alberta is in Edmonton. There's a popular misconception circulating that Calgary is the capital city of Alberta (especially in Calgary =) ), but it isn't. Yahy might want to contact either the University of Calgary or Mount Royal College.
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    Quote from UWO23
    I just sold all my CRNE books a couple of days ago and gave those notes away as well. But yes, they give you a hard copy of the powerpoint presentation and a report of the mock exam.

    Did you use the mosby text or the lippicott one ..


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