My school offered ATI. But I went to a nursing conference and I sat in with a HURST reviewer class and I thought it was so fun. It actually helped me understand a topic that I was so confused about. But I guess it would help you.
I did hurst and I'd say it lives up to the hype. I completely say my success in 75 questions on Nclex was due to hurst! My scored were 86 to 96 the first five tests. The final test I made a 106/126. I think the program is phenomenal.
I'm doing a Hurst review right now, so I obviously can't say if I've passed or failed yet, but Hurst is awesome. The review leader makes you verbalize and talk to your neighbor, and makes you all repeat things so you obviously have it. The way they explain things also makes it super simple. I'm scheduled to take my NCLEX June 4th and now I'm wondering if I should just go ahead and take it earlier... Hurst is making me feel a lot more confident!
Here is a question that l want some inputs on
[FONT="Arial"]The nurse is instructing a client withmoderate persistent asthma on the proper method for using MDI's (multi-doseinhalers). Which medication should be administered first?