Passed AANP for FNP. Tips from my personal experience - page 5

This is just from my personal experience. Materials: 1. Both APEA and Fitzgerald disks (a classmate and I exchange them when we were done with the disks). Fitz-Excellent medication review for... Read More

  1. Visit  Shilpa Dandekar profile page
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    Hello congratulations-
    Did u just take this exam. Any chance I can talk to you.
    or send u an email.
    mine is she2an@yahoo.com
  2. Visit  fabandoo profile page
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    I PASSED THE AANP!! What a load off, that was the most nerve racking test ever! Congratulations to everyone who passed.
    I12BNP and CocoaLoverFNP like this.
  3. Visit  sarcia12 profile page
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    Hi Fabandoo,
    I am going to be taking my FNP exam soon any chance I could email you for advice?
    Thanks!
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  4. Visit  fabandoo profile page
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    Hey Sarcia12,

    You can ... my email is fabandoo786@gmail.com.

    - Fabadoo
  5. Visit  CocoaLoverFNP profile page
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    Quote from fabandoo
    Hey Sarcia12,

    You can ... my email is fabandoo786@gmail.com.

    - Fabadoo
    Congratulations! Would you be able to share your study plan? How long did you study for? Thank you in advance!


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  6. Visit  CocoaLoverFNP profile page
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    Quote from Shilpa Dandekar
    Hello-
    I just took the AANP exam on April 9th. Failed it !!! The Test was strange.
    So in Total disbelief. I took the FItzgerald review, Read the Leik books, And the fitzgerald book and did the question bank from APEA.
    OK took 3 predictor tests and passed them all. So What happened is really strange. I did
    I had no questions on Growth and Development, Immunizations, Antibiotics. There was a heavy concentration on Musculoskeletal system. There was an X-Ray.
    I am shocked !!!
    What should more should I be doing ?
    Did you listen to Hollier review? Which predictor tests did you take? How about the AANP's predictor test?

    I'm sorry to hear that you failed. Are you taking it again soon? Good luck!


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    Quote from CocoaLoverFNP
    Congratulations! Would you be able to share your study plan? How long did you study for? Thank you in advance!


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    Hey CocoaLoverFNP,

    I studied Leiks book back and front and supplemented with Holliers book and her 1500 question book. I did all the questions that were in Leiks as well as Holliers and felt that those questions gave me the tools to do well on the test. I would go back and read the rationales of the questions even if I go the questions right as it helped. The test questions are also straight forward and you have everything you need in the question to help you answer it. It is not like NCLEX where you have to think outside the box. Most of the question you can read the question and take 2 answer and mark them as wrong.

    My advice is when you get the initial time to see how to navigate the test and even if you get done quicker than that take the remaining time to write down synonyms for the CN's and the murmurs, and other important information. This really helps when you get those questions. Do not skip the time. Also if you do not know the answer to a question mark it and move on, but always mark an answer on it just incase you do not have time to go back. I believe I finished test in less than 2 hours and you have 3 hours to take it.

    If you have anymore questions feel free to email me on the email address mentioned above as for some reason allnurses will not let me private message yet due to 15 message rule or something like that. I wish you all the best!!!
    I12BNP, rn2728, and CocoaLoverFNP like this.
  8. Visit  CocoaLoverFNP profile page
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    Quote from fabandoo
    Hey CocoaLoverFNP,

    I studied Leiks book back and front and supplemented with Holliers book and her 1500 question book. I did all the questions that were in Leiks as well as Holliers and felt that those questions gave me the tools to do well on the test. I would go back and read the rationales of the questions even if I go the questions right as it helped. The test questions are also straight forward and you have everything you need in the question to help you answer it. It is not like NCLEX where you have to think outside the box. Most of the question you can read the question and take 2 answer and mark them as wrong.

    My advice is when you get the initial time to see how to navigate the test and even if you get done quicker than that take the remaining time to write down synonyms for the CN's and the murmurs, and other important information. This really helps when you get those questions. Do not skip the time. Also if you do not know the answer to a question mark it and move on, but always mark an answer on it just incase you do not have time to go back. I believe I finished test in less than 2 hours and you have 3 hours to take it.

    If you have anymore questions feel free to email me on the email address mentioned above as for some reason allnurses will not let me private message yet due to 15 message rule or something like that. I wish you all the best!!!
    Will do!!! Thank you very much


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