Latest Comments by little miss redpatch

Latest Comments by little miss redpatch

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    studentmom521 likes this.

    Congratulations!

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    kaylynn1987, Nibbles1, smelton1, and 4 others like this.

    It has taken me years to get to this point, but I have made it this far! I passed both FCCA exams, today. Life can really get in the way, sometimes, but as long as there is progress being made, it's all good!

    CPNE is next! I'm going to take the appropriate amount of time for me to get ready and save up the $$$.

    So relieved! So happy!

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    I didn't find this exam too difficult. The content is a bit 'dry'. If you have been in medicine/healthcare for a while, it won't be too hard but like most exams they ask some things that you would only know if you study. It does have some technical questions so you need to read over the material and take the practice exams. I had a number of pediatric questions. I used Study Group 101, studied for about 1 day and got a B. If I had studied longer, an A would definitely have been possible. If you focus on the topics that are covered in the content guide and on the practice exam, that will help.

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    J3rianUFC and nceyshi like this.

    This go round, off and on for about 2 weeks. {I had paid for it before but time ran out of time to go take the exam.} For part of my new job, I can sit and read most of the day or listen to audio. I got Study Group 101 material (text & audio) and the practice exams. I also went to one of the flashcard sites and typed in reproductive health. There's a set of flashcards with 400+cards that helped. This exam is straight forward, didn't see any tricky questions. If you pay attention to what's on the practice exams, meaning the themes like congenital issues, nutrition needs for various diseases, surgeries that males and females have, etc, you should do fine.

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    Congratulations!

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    kaylynn1987, anie10, and Pixie.RN like this.

    This afternoon, I passed Reproductive Health with an A. I did extra studying the last 3 days, but have a cold. I kept falling asleep while reading. LOL - 2 more to go which will be Health Differences & Foundations in Nursing Practice. I'm plan to do Foundations next.

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    I found a bunch of videos through the MyExcelsior library link. It is very cool to be able to add that to the text-based material.

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    I'm taking this on Saturday. We'll see how it goes! What are you using to study with so far?

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    Did you take this reproductive exam, yet? How did it go?

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    In A&P

    I took this exam a while back. On this thread, I posted what I used: http://allnurses.com/nursing-online-...am-511889.html

    I really liked the Standard Deviants Anatomy DVD and the Studygroup 101 material.

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    Congratulations! I took it Friday & got a C, also. I am glad to have passed it but annoyed by that score. I knew a lot of the information or the concepts, but the questions were really...weird. I am usually an A student and do great on tests. I now see how people fail this one.

    I really don't see how the content of the real exam and the real exam were related. I agree. No help!

    Good job passing this one!

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    Congratulations on passing your exam! Good job!

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    jlynn167 likes this.

    Congratulations! LS3 is my next one.

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    Congratulations! Keep up the good work!

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    If you click on the test attempt, you can view the test and look ever what you got right & wrong. I usually read over all of it.


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