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A&P practice test

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I took the A&P practice test & scored 43 on form A & 41 on form B. My question is how do I know if thats good or not? Anyone else took the practice test & scored this & passed? Please help as I've studied and its so much info I don't know what to think.

TashaLPN2006RN2012, ASN, RN

Specializes in Home Health, Podiatry, Neurology, Case Mgmt. Has 8 years experience.

i scored in the 50's and got a B on the exam,however, i spent 12 weeks studying for that exam, it honestly was very hard!

What are most the questions concentrated on? Just curious of what I should be focusing on the most.

I just passed this exam with a B on Friday. I got a 32 on first practice exam, and a 39 on the second. I saw a post on the EPN, and the person figured out if you scored a higher percentage on the areas with a lower percentage. Like 5% or 10%, or whatever, you will pass the test. So after I studied as much as I could, I focused on those areas. Such as fluids/electrolytes, repro, etc. It worked for me.

Ok & thanks ! I did write down what I did percent wise in each area. I hope I pass. I scheduled my test for next Tues. Anyone else got any pointers or theories? Also what is EPN.

The EPN is on the Excelsior colleges website. It is for students to post, and ask questions on the Excelsior tests. most people use it for to get info the CPNE. They have alot of useful info.

Ok I see it under community the facebook page.

I just passed this exam with a B on Friday. I got a 32 on first practice exam, and a 39 on the second. I saw a post on the EPN, and the person figured out if you scored a higher percentage on the areas with a lower percentage. Like 5% or 10%, or whatever, you will pass the test. So after I studied as much as I could, I focused on those areas. Such as fluids/electrolytes, repro, etc. It worked for me.

Thanks for that! I am taking the test this Saturday and that sounds like a great strategy. I thought about doing something like that, but now I'm sure I will go that route in this final push.

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sarah505

Has 3 years experience.

I just passed this exam with a B on Friday. I got a 32 on first practice exam, and a 39 on the second. I saw a post on the EPN, and the person figured out if you scored a higher percentage on the areas with a lower percentage. Like 5% or 10%, or whatever, you will pass the test. So after I studied as much as I could, I focused on those areas. Such as fluids/electrolytes, repro, etc. It worked for me.

can someone please explain the part about the person figuring out what to study etc to me? i am confused lol. thanks