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- May 7, '09 by Heloisea3Txgal is right. The jurisprudence exam is the easiest test you will ever take. You just go to the BNE site to take the test and look up the answers as you go. A lot of them are common sense as well. Congrats on finishing school. Welcome to Texas!! :spin:
- May 7, '09 by sjt9721The BON website also has a study module for the exam. It cost me $25 to take and highlighted the topics that the exam covers. (I took it because I was preparing a presentation on the Nurse Practice Act.) It might be a good idea for you to take since you are coming in from another state.
- May 7, '09 by sirIThreads merged.
- May 9, '09 by diane227This is a good idea. Texas is a state that has a lot of malpractice activity because the whole state is run by the trial lawyers association. It is a topic that every nurse needs to know about and understand. ( I used to work in Texas). Here in Washington state we have to take an extensive exam on HIV. Every state has their own requirements I guess.
- May 13, '09 by Abbey0921Hello all! I recently graduated in PA and am moving to Houston suburbs where I found a job. Last week I purchased the study guide for the jurisprudence test from the Texas BON. I went through it one day and took the test the next day and passed with no problems. Personally, I didn't think the study guide was much help...it did however show how to find laws etc on the BON website. The test wasn't too hard and didn't take up too much time. Just use common sense and take your time.
- May 21, '09 by NurseJacksonHello All...I just graduated last week! YAY me...and I took the Jursiprudence Exam like 3 weeks ago. VERY EASY. If you paid an ounce of attention during your Nursing Trends course...or whatever it's called at your school, you should do fine. It is open note, book, and internet! (hehe) You have about 2 hours to take it and there are about 60ish questions. Whenever I had a question about something I wasn't sure of, I just searched it on the BON website(and that's perfectly okay to do). According to our professors, they want to make sure that we understand the rules to the career for which we have decided to embark upon! You can take it before you graduate, after/before the NCLEX, whichever you like! Good luck!