CRNE Oct. 5, 2011 - page 4

Anybody who will be taking the CRNE on October 5, 2011, please post your comments and suggestions here like making a study group, sharing notes, meeting at the library or anything that will help the... Read More

  1. Visit  WanYeso profile page
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    Hi everyone,
    I would like to know if there's any one out there who would be interested in group studies, coz I have a friend who'll be writing this October and is looking for a study partner/group. I already passed the CRNE in Feb, so this is not for myself.
    This is her last time and she would really want to study with someone that has written before so they can share their past experiences. My friend lives in Scarborough.
    Please let me know,

    Thanks
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  3. Visit  PiRN profile page
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    1 month to go!! Good luck future nurses... I'll be sitting Feb 2012 CRNE...
  4. Visit  april_1117 profile page
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    Quote from WanYeso
    Hi everyone,
    I would like to know if there's any one out there who would be interested in group studies, coz I have a friend who'll be writing this October and is looking for a study partner/group. I already passed the CRNE in Feb, so this is not for myself.
    This is her last time and she would really want to study with someone that has written before so they can share their past experiences. My friend lives in Scarborough.
    Please let me know,

    Thanks
    Hello, I don't mind meeting up with your friend, I also took the exam before, I live in mississauga but I can meet up halfway..Since I can't private message you, does she have an email?
  5. Visit  MattJoey profile page
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    If you're interested in a group study for October 2011 exam, email me southernleyte@ymail.com.
  6. Visit  insulares profile page
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    Those tips were so helpful. I'm an IEN as well and I find those questions way too different from NCLEX and our local nursing exams. I'm aware that there is no specific range of passing mark for the CRNE's but what would be the best percentage to attain for us to pass the CRNE? I'm nervous right now but I do believe that everyone here will make it. We all deserve to pass! Good luck to all of us.
  7. Visit  MattJoey profile page
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    Just get 60% or a score of 120. Focus yourself with at least 150 questions. Some have the idea of time management by taking the Independent questions first nos. 101 - 200 which are easier and not time consuming, then followed by Case studies questions nos. 1-100 as these questions are difficult and time consuming to answer. But that depends on how comfortable are you, still good preparation is the key. Attending review courses is an option if you have money, but choosing one is to choose 10 days which cost $750-950 than 2 days for $350, as they teacher will guide and monitor your progress in your practice and mock exams. But if you have the practice exam resources shared by your classmates who had taken the review, why go for review, it`s just a repitition of what you have. But I know intense preparation for something on any situation (time management, resources, focus etc.) can yield positive results. So for those who will be taking the exam this coming October 2011, I wish you all Good luck!
  8. Visit  basel73591 profile page
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    if anybody has ideas please send me email at basel.ramahi2000@gmail.com
    pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ease
  9. Visit  NotReady4PrimeTime profile page
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    Quote from basel73591
    if anybody has ideas please send me email at basel.ramahi2000@gmail.com
    pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee ease
    Here's a sincere recommendation: Read everything that has already been written about the CRNE on this site and you'll know just about everything you possibly could want to know, other than the exact questions that will appear on your exam. This subject has been done to death already.
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  10. Visit  basel73591 profile page
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    actually i am looking for hents to answer, as i am not canadian and you are, for example in Canada, the patient has the right to refuse the treatment or do anything he/she wants despite the fact of his health compramising which something we dont have it here. so as those hints i want......
    thank you anyway. please if any body has anything to email me at basel.ramahi2000@gmail.com
  11. Visit  finegirl profile page
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    Hello, for such info you have to review the CNA competencies.. It tells you what an entry level can or cant do as well as part of the patients right. here is the link
    http://www.cna-nurses.ca/CNA/nursing...default_e.aspx
  12. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Quote from basel73591
    actually i am looking for hents to answer, as i am not canadian and you are, for example in Canada, the patient has the right to refuse the treatment or do anything he/she wants despite the fact of his health compramising which something we dont have it here. so as those hints i want......
    thank you anyway. please if any body has anything to email me at basel.ramahi2000@gmail.com
    Plenty has been written about CRNE by both Canadian citizens/residents and IEN

    May want to consider getting the Fundamentals of Canadian Nursing http://www.amazon.ca/Fundamentals-Ca.../dp/0136070582
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  13. Visit  basel73591 profile page
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    i dont have time even to order the book, and neither to understand all the competencies. so any quick hints available.
  14. Visit  NotReady4PrimeTime profile page
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    Quote from basel73591
    i dont have time even to order the book, and neither to understand all the competencies. so any quick hints available.
    Then perhaps you should postpone writing the exam until February. If you didn't start to plan for the October sitting until now, you're probably going to be writing in February anyway. Pardon me for asking but if you're not going to be able to understand the competencies how will you be able to practice safely and ethically in Canada? It's important for IENs to have a good understanding of how health care works in Canada, from all perspectives. Asking such a broad question as "give me hints" isn't productive and it isn't likely to provide you with anything helpful anyway. No one will be able to just guess what you need to know and what you already know.
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