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good luck to all taking the exam! budget your time well... always pray and pray and pray, its the most powerful tool we all have... God bless!!

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finished reading, but im reading it again..hope we all pass 4 subjects..im taking the test in manila..

I really hope too...see you there!!!

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Good Luck and God Bless to all of us, who will be taking the exam on Feb 10. @ziggyldy i sent u a pm.

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goodluck to everyone taking the test! let us know how it went :)

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dokaidz specializes in Acute-Care, Ambulatory, MS.

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Hi, I want to ask if a lecturer gave you a failing grade in one of the education modules, what are the chances of granting a resubmission if you request one to the program coordinator?or what will be the next step to do?thanks.

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goodluck to everyone taking the test! let us know how it went :)

It is really mentally challenging especially the short-answer questions because I think it is subjective in a sense that you have to give your recommendations. However, the nursing practice part was easy especially the computations. How I wish I could pass because I' have an ambivalent feeling of this exam because there are easy questions and there are really hard questions. I hope I get 80% or above in all the categories.

I suggest to future test takers to understand and apply their readings to reality and nursing practice. i cannot give specific examples here but good luck to all of you.

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Hello UR 49, Was the exam book-based? Do you need to memorize terms/ or i mean was there simple recall questions? And were the Fundamentals questions just like NCLEX type questions? Good luck to the result of your exams! hope you pass! thanks!

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Haoyin specializes in Renal,Rehab,Oncology,Emergency.

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I thought you should really do self review for the CAS... I didn't know or heard of any review centers that caters to CAS. Well, maybe there are some which I just don't know of, but I would suggest that you back read a bit on what review materials some have used.

You can also browse online as there are plenty of info regarding CAS and review materials and just review on your own. You can ask for tips from other people who have already taken the exam. But generally, it would be wise to study on your own. The exam is book-based according to those who have taken it, situational and I heard from a friend that it's easier now.

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Haoyin specializes in Renal,Rehab,Oncology,Emergency.

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I don't know. My friend just mentioned it's easy... I didn't apply for CAS so I don't have first hand info.

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how was the exams last Feb. 10? pm me pls for infos..pls pls... thanks!!!

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