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Hello Nursing World :nurse: Before I begin to tell you how I passed the exam, let me give you a brief description of the kind of student I am... During nursing school I always did good in... Read More

  1. Visit  tildor profile page
    This is wonderfull!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank you so much!!!
  2. Visit  tildor profile page

    So who would you see first?

    A pt with asthma type symptoms or MI type symptoms? I made this question up....
  3. Visit  Awww_ItsMyNurse profile page
    Well Tildor if you are familiar with the pathophysiology you can figure out the answer. Let's see:

    Asthma - airway constriction due to inflammation. (Air)

    Myocardial Infarction - interruption of the blood supply to the heart. (Circulation)

    Although both require immediate attention, Asthma would be considered priority.
  4. Visit  tildor profile page
    I totally agree..... I have been having disagreements with other students (they do not agree with you and I). lol
  5. Visit  Awww_ItsMyNurse profile page
    When in doubt go to your books and practice questions, that's the best way to evaluate your progress and understanding.
  6. Visit  katm0 profile page
    CONGRATS! and thanks for sharing!

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    I'm taking my exam here next week, unfortunately for the 3rd time, but hey, they say 3rd time's a charm. After reading this, it helped me justify that what I'm currently doing to prepare this time is the right thing to do. I too am using only 3 sources (Kaplan, Pearson review questions, and saunders). I am greatly optimistic this time and feel that the strategies I learned from Kaplan and Saunders has opened my eyes to new ways to take the exams.
    Reading this also gave me a lot of confidence too. It's great to hear success stories. Really a confidence builder. Thank you.
  11. Visit  nursemami4 profile page
    Awesome advice and congrats! Thanks for passing on some wise words

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