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Chemeketa 2020

Has anyone heard of when Chemeketa will be posting the nursing application requirements for 2020-2021?

Edited by MRA

Haven’t heard anything yet /:

Anyone on here getting ready to take the Kaplan in a few weeks?

I am :)

On 3/4/2020 at 6:21 PM, KHollen said:

Anyone on here getting ready to take the Kaplan in a few weeks?

*yep!

CharisM

Specializes in Pharmacy Technician.

I will be taking it on the 26th!

On 3/10/2020 at 4:29 PM, CharisM said:

I will be taking it on the 26th!

Me too! I got the 8 am slot, how about you? I took it last year and got an 84% so I am really hoping to get a higher score this time around. How are you preparing for the test?

Anyone on here that has already taken the Kaplan last year have any advice? I take mine on May 12th and am really nervous because I don't know what to expect. A lot of people tell me that the book isn't helpful and to use Kahn academy. It's hard for me to study when everything seems so broad. Anything helps!!

On 4/13/2020 at 6:31 PM, Kyla Brown said:

Anyone on here that has already taken the Kaplan last year have any advice? I take mine on May 12th and am really nervous because I don't know what to expect. A lot of people tell me that the book isn't helpful and to use Kahn academy. It's hard for me to study when everything seems so broad. Anything helps!!

Hi Kyla!

I took the Kaplan last year. I agree with what others have said about the book not being helpful... it just has too much unnecessary study material. My advice would be to not stress out about the math portion. Going into it the first time around I was preparing for algebra, tough word problems, and long division, only to realize that it was a waste of my study time. I got 100% on the math portion and all the problems could easily be put into a calculator. Just brush up on adding/subtracting decimals and basic conversions. Spend more of your time working on writing and reading in the way of vocabulary and finding the "main point" of a story and going over questions like, "What is the author most likely trying to get across in this passage?". I think the reading and writing portion of the Kaplan book was the only useful thing about it so I would study writing and reading from the book if you have it. Also from my memory, science is only gonna be on topics you learned in A+P. Blood flow, immune system, nervous system, diseases and disorders etc.

I hope that helps you! Last year I went in without studying and came out with a 84%, so you're already in a better position now that we have so much extra time to study!

Good luck 🙂

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