PASSING NLN pre- exam for LPN

  1. 1 Hi Everyone,

    I have recently signed up for the NLN pre- examination for LPN. I got this practice book and on the test. I get about 5-8 wrong within in each category (math, science, reading, etc.).
    Each category has 40 questions. Is that good or do I need to studying harder? Also my GPA is a 3.3 with 3 classes so far.
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    From 'Roswell, GA, US'; Joined Jun '13; Posts: 4; Likes: 1.

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  3. Visit  StrawberryEssence81 profile page
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    The questions on the test are similar to the questions in the practice book. I missed more than 5-8 questions per section on the actual test and still scored in the 99th percentile. You'll do fine.
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  4. Visit  karinajanet23 profile page
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    which practice book is it??
  5. Visit  asenerman17 profile page
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    the Complete Idiot's guide to nursing entrance exams
  6. Visit  StrawberryEssence81 profile page
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    I used the National League for Nursing Review Guide for LPN/LVN Pre-Entrance Exam. That was my frame of reference for saying the questions in the practice book are like the questions on the actual test. Your book covers the PAX-PN so like I said earlier, you'll do fine.
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  7. Visit  txnurstud profile page
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    This is awesome news...I've been studying it on and off for the last week. I take the PAX-PN test in 8 days. I will be living and breathing this study guide and CD rom practice tests.

    Thanks for sharing StrawberryEssence81!
  8. Visit  jheath profile page
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    I also used the NLN testing study book and worried myself sick about the test. It was hard at times, especially the physics and the genetic questions. However it will not be as bad as you think, good luck on it take a deep breath and get a full night of sleep the night before. By already getting that study book and looking it over you already have a leg up. When I went to take my test 80% of the people in the room never looked over anything before and I did not see them during my orientation day.
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  9. Visit  txnurstud profile page
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    Quote from jheath
    I also used the NLN testing study book and worried myself sick about the test. It was hard at times, especially the physics and the genetic questions. However it will not be as bad as you think, good luck on it take a deep breath and get a full night of sleep the night before. By already getting that study book and looking it over you already have a leg up. When I went to take my test 80% of the people in the room never looked over anything before and I did not see them during my orientation day.
    Thanks so much I greatly appreciate your advice!!!
  10. Visit  txnurstud profile page
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    Quote from StrawberryEssence81
    The questions on the test are similar to the questions in the practice book. I missed more than 5-8 questions per section on the actual test and still scored in the 99th percentile. You'll do fine.
    Ok! I'm worried cuz I ran out of time on the Reading section and scored in the 90th percentile for the Math. My school do not take the scores for the Science. I am too embarrassed to put my Reading score on here.

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  11. Visit  texaslvn1978 profile page
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    Im confused on the pax test also... my school only had me take 2 out of 3 exams sections no science. and my score was a 74% people are saying thats good. im scared not siure can anyone help me
  12. Visit  mazuvava profile page
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    Texaslvn, I got the the same score and was told by the proctor that it is a good score. I am scared and anxious about it too. If I may ask, is your school nctc?
  13. Visit  texaslvn1978 profile page
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    Yes I am trying for nctc. Who was your proctor? When I asked what scored did we need to get to get in they would not tell me . Did they tell you
  14. Visit  mazuvava profile page
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    I don't know her name. No she didn't tell me. She just told me it is based on top score.


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