NCSBN 5 week course review extlearning - page 3

Hi! Did anyone do the NCSBN extlearning review online? What were your scores? I know NCSBN wants you to have 75% on each lesson. Are you reviewing all the materials before taking the post exam? If you completed a lesson, did you... Read More

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    Quote from Assess&Safety1st
    Healthstar, I don't like VATI. :/
    Me neither, but I was forced to take it lol. I am surprised I'm doing good bc those questions are hard and some are stupid. My friends who took VATI said that nclex is so much easier compared to VATI....which makes me feel a little better
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    lesson 4 psychosocial integrity - 80% 1st try (i'll go back & review rationale for correct and incorrect responses).

    @assess&safety1st - thank you! pre-test was pretty low. i find that studying with no distractions is a must. there's room for improvement with my results under management of care & health promotion and maintenance. content is what i lack.

    we can do this!
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    Just completed Basic Care and Comfort with initial post test score of 45%. Going back to review
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    Quote from begosh
    Lesson 4 Psychosocial Integrity - 80% 1st try (I'll go back & review rationale for correct and incorrect responses).
    Wow!! How you deal with psychosocial questions??
    It is my weakest area!
    Last edit by rn1mid on Aug 10, '12
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    Aug 9

    I am still in Lesson 6A: pharmacology
    I took a 75 qs in Saunders CD 5e, I scored 62% Ahhhhhh!!

    Well, I hope you guys are doing good!:kiss
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    Quote from rn1mid
    wow!! how you deal with psychosocial questions??
    it is my weakest area!
    @rn1mid: when choosing the best answer related to a psychosocial question...i would choose one that provides for the emotional, mental, social well-being of the patient...patient-centered responses that promote safety for the client and others, encourage self sufficiency and promote independence (i.e., by teaching, referring to social workers, support groups, etc).

    also, when answering these questions...i think in terms of:
    1.) how can i as a nurse provide a safe environment for this patient and others?
    2.) what can i do to help the patient become more self sufficient and encourage patient to participate in their care?

    this is where i place myself in a role as a teacher, guidance counselor, angel with a halo....all within the scope of nursing, of course.

    for other questions that does not have anything to do with above, then i would have to study content. hope this makes sense.
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    I did two chapters of LaCharity yesterday. I also did q's bank 3 and amazing recd 85% on two q's, one 95%, I was shock but happy. I did pretest score 60% of 150 q's I have been taking my time reading question twice then picking the best answer. 2 more weeks for my NCLEX, and I had anxiety yesterday.
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    I'm up and about to start more questions in LaCharity. Early in morning I do 2 chapters in LaCharity before I do ncsbn or saundars. It's a must.
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    Oh I also review my labs yesterday writing them down a few times and also review alln*r*es study guide, I'm reading first 15 pages since Monday trying to memorize information, too. Today will be drug review on flashcards thru ncsbn
    I have not done VATI yet I have two assessment waiting for me from my instructer but that's last today
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    Thanks begosh I got it

    Assess&Safety1st Oh yah go girl! Keep going

    I have a question here:
    What's the difference between "whole number" and "nearest whole number" for answering math questions?

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