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I need help with my ATI I fail it the first time and have three to study for can somebody give me some advise please

RunBabyRN

Specializes in L&D, infusion, urology.

Can you be more specific?

Is English your first language? I only ask because the wording and lack of punctuation in your original post suggest otherwise. Is this a struggle for you?

Which ATIs are you struggling with?

English is my first language. I'm struggling with the ati comprehension predictor pn. I have three weeks to study. I'm scared I'm fail again.

RunBabyRN

Specializes in L&D, infusion, urology.

Have you reviewed the report? ATI gives you a report of everything you missed. Go back and review those chapters for starters.

Do you have a sense of where you struggle and where you're strong? Don't waste time on stuff that you feel okay about.

Will the same material be on the next test?

carterlee

Specializes in Peds.

ATI service is wonderful. Did you do all the pn program with them? I assure you that the questions are worded just like they will be on the exam. If you take the quiz again there maybe some questions the same but the do have different variations of the exam. I used it for my whole program and when I got my green light from them. Which is the program part you take within 30 days of graduation or after. You study step by step for the exam and when you are given the green light it means you are ready to test. Passed mine in 85 questions. So do the review very well worth it.

RunBabyRN

Specializes in L&D, infusion, urology.

Will the same material be on the next test?

I can only speak for the RN version, but there are two versions, and you'll get the one you didn't take before. Anything covered in ATI is fair game, so reviewing your weak spots is smart. You don't just want to review the answer for what you missed, you want to review the section.

No my school didn't provide us with none of the ati material. So do you think it will help if I purchase a ati practice test this so stressful

la_chica_suerte85, BSN, RN

Specializes in Pediatric Hematology/Oncology.

I'm also only familiar with the RN ATI prep materials and we are given the modules to review for each exam and to cover when we do our focused review.

In your ATI tab for "My Results," you should be able to see your results and generate a focused review. This should bring up the modules and videos accompanying each section and it will help you be able to focus on all areas that you are struggling with the most. You shouldn't have to buy a practice test. You should have everything there for you when you log on to ATI.

English is my first language. I'm struggling with the ati comprehension predictor pn. I have three weeks to study. I'm scared I'm fail again.

Which part did you do bad on the English part?

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