certification exam

  1. 0 im currently in an online fnp program, when did u guys/ladies start studying for boards??
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  4. Visit  phillycpnp-pc profile page
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    I started studying 2 weeks after graduation for a total of 6 weeks.
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  5. Visit  olvr00 profile page
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    I started reading review materials before the last semester. I am still in my last semester.
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    Thank you for responding. Good luck.
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    Thanks
  8. Visit  colsie profile page
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    I graduate in August, but I have the Barkely CD'd and APEA Amelie's CD's that I listen to in my car on my way to/from work that I have been listening to for a while. I also have a few study guides that I read whatever correlates to what we are learning in the program. Goodluck
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    Thanks collie for that reply I was just wondering if it's a good idea to start before graduation
  10. Visit  phillycpnp-pc profile page
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    I think its a great idea to start studying before graduation, if your able to. In my case I couldn't do that because I had to study for finals, 2 major presentations, and had a thesis paper to submit. Everything was due around the same time. Good luck!
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    Thanks..i agree with you..The last term is always jam packed with work
  12. Visit  TransplantRN3 profile page
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    I graduated in December and didn't start studying until after graduation. I did order any study materials/books before then so I had them ready to go. I took my exam on Feb 10. Good luck with the remainder of your program and studying! 😃
  13. Visit  Riburn3 profile page
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    I graduate in the fall and I already have started studying. I bought the Fitzgerald book and also a package of 100 question exams from the aanp-fnp.com website. A friend that just graduated use that website to study and said it was probably their most useful asset.

    I usually just will gloss over the Fitzgerald book when doing a section in school that relates to the study material. I've also done a couple practice exams from the website mentioned above, and manage to pass them. Seeing some of these threads where people have failed multiple times gave me enough anxiety about the test to prepare as best as possible.
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  14. Visit  bornleader profile page
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    Thank you all for your helpful information.
  15. Visit  BostonRN13 profile page
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    Quote from Riburn3
    I graduate in the fall and I already have started studying. I bought the Fitzgerald book and also a package of 100 question exams from the aanp-fnp.com website. A friend that just graduated use that website to study and said it was probably their most useful asset. I usually just will gloss over the Fitzgerald book when doing a section in school that relates to the study material. I've also done a couple practice exams from the website mentioned above, and manage to pass them. Seeing some of these threads where people have failed multiple times gave me enough anxiety about the test to prepare as best as possible.
    Very smart. Wish I had done the same as I think it would have helped on exams and in clinical. I studied 6 weeks and felt that I was adequately prepared for the AANP..


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