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Answering SATA Questions (Select All That Apply)

Specializes in MED-SURG/OB & NICU.

I always end up getting ONE WRONG or I'm MISSING ONE RIGHT answer. How can you pass the exam when you're struggling with SATA's?? I know the exam has alot of those so I feel alittle scared knowing that it's a question that I'm weak on. Any help??

Melinurse

Specializes in LTC, case mgmt, agency.

I could not get 1 right when taking those practice SATAs either. But the good news is I passed NCLEX. When you read the question, cover the answers and form your own answer in your head, then look at what is available. Step 2, as you read each answer determine if it's true ( it applies to the ? ) or false ( it is there to mess you up ) . So you are reading the question and then looking at each of the " answers " as if each one is a true or false statement regarding that question.:D I got that tip from Jadu1106. sign0111.gif

Those SATA questions are scary but it is all in your head. I know how I felt each time I saw one of those on my boards sign0176.gif . Good luck and keep practicing those types of questions.:heartbeat

I agree with the above poster. Also, I hardly ever got the SATAs right while doing practice questions, but when it came to NCLEX I felt the SATA questions were much easier than the practice ones I had. I guess I didn't do too poorly because I passed with 75 questions.

Best of luck taking your exam! Remember to take your time, choose each answer carefully, and be confident with your answer choice!

i could not get 1 right when taking those practice satas either. but the good news is i passed nclex. when you read the question, cover the answers and form your own answer in your head, then look at what is available. step 2, as you read each answer determine if it's true ( it applies to the ? ) or false ( it is there to mess you up ) . so you are reading the question and then looking at each of the " answers " as if each one is a true or false statement regarding that question.:D i got that tip from jadu1106. sign0111.gif

those sata questions are scary but it is all in your head. i know how i felt each time i saw one of those on my boards sign0176.gif . good luck and keep practicing those types of questions.:heartbeat

:bow: melinurse, hope all is well. thank you for giving me the credit, i also have tried that method and it seems to help sooo much.

i am giving all of my credit to blinks14, who originally posted that great tip!!! i am glad you used it and that it helped, its great advice and i hope it helps everyone.

best of luck to everyone taking the exam soon!!

jadu1106

keep on doing more pf these questions

answering the SATA was not that easy, but with the help of those who posted the tips here helped me during my exam last tues...Thanks to all of you did spend they're time to help other nclex test takers..:up:

where can i find the tips in answering sata questions posted by blinks14? i'll be taking me exam tomorrow, hope i can answer my sata correctly.:bluecry1:. wish me luck..:up:

I could not get 1 right when taking those practice SATAs either. But the good news is I passed NCLEX. When you read the question, cover the answers and form your own answer in your head, then look at what is available. Step 2, as you read each answer determine if it's true ( it applies to the ? ) or false ( it is there to mess you up ) . So you are reading the question and then looking at each of the " answers " as if each one is a true or false statement regarding that question.biggrin.gif I got that tip from Jadu1106. sign0111.gif

Those SATA questions are scary but it is all in your head. I know how I felt each time I saw one of those on my boards sign0176.gif . Good luck and keep practicing those types of questions.pinkheartbeat.gif

WOW:yeah: that's a good advice....i'm going to try it. i'm also having a hard time with the SATA questions........ i'm going to take my NCLEX soon.... THANKS!!!!!

SinCityRN

Specializes in MED-SURG/OB & NICU.

Thanks to everyone who posted. I'd like to give special thanks to JADU and Melinurse. :bow: I just notice that you guys help alot of people since I read the random throwing facts and I saw alot of posts from you guys on there, you guys are really great! I still need to touch up on some chapters and Medications as always...agh.

For those of you who still need to take their NCLEX check out the Random Fact throwing Sticky, it's an awesome Thread. Goodluck to everyone taking their Nclex, We can do it!!!! :loveya:

thanks to everyone who posted. i'd like to give special thanks to jadu and melinurse. :bow: i just notice that you guys help alot of people since i read the random throwing facts and i saw alot of posts from you guys on there, you guys are really great! i still need to touch up on some chapters and medications as always...agh.

for those of you who still need to take their nclex check out the random fact throwing sticky, it's an awesome thread. goodluck to everyone taking their nclex, we can do it!!!! :loveya:

thank you lvdreamer, thats very nice of you. that thread is awesome and i have been following it since day 1. everything everyone has posted on there has been such a big help...i know there is alot of infection control on there, but here is another thread similar to the random facts thread that is strictly about infection control..hope you find it helpful also!!!

https://allnurses.com/forums/f197/quick-facts-nclex-infecton-control-314902.html

we can do this!!! :up:

SinCityRN

Specializes in MED-SURG/OB & NICU.

I'll check it out! I have made somewhat of a poster in my room with regards to infection control divided into Three Categories: CONTACT, DROPLET, and AIRBORNE. I'll be sure to check out any additional infection control threads, thanks again! :D

thanks for all the tips,it really help us on our study... keep on going pls.. post more!:up::hpygrp::up:

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