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Community Health ATI EXAM HELP!!

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by nrnstudent2015 nrnstudent2015 (New) New

Hi all! I am about to take (for the 3rd time...) the Community Health ATI Proctored Exam. Now, I must mention I have never taken an ATI exam this many times before. At the program I am in we have 3 shots to get a Level 2 or we are done. I missed it by one question last time and in about a month I will be taking it for the 3rd and final time. I am freaking out because I never have been in this type of position, I am a great student and this is new territory for me. ANY advice you have (students, nurses, instructors, test questions you remember) I welcome any and all THANK YOU

TheCommuter, BSN, RN

Specializes in Case mgmt., rehab, (CRRN), LTC & psych. Has 15 years experience.

I took the Community Health ATI proctored exam last year and scored an 82 percent, which represented the 99th percentile of all scores for my school.

I studied for it by reading the ATI lecture notes and answering questions from the Community Focused Exam Passbook. You can purchase the Community Focused Exam Passbook on Amazon or Ebay. When studying from the Passbook, I googled each answer to ensure I understood the rationales.

Jacob080110

Specializes in Oncology.

I took the Community Health ATI proctored exam last year and scored an 82 percent, which represented the 99th percentile of all scores for my school.

I studied for it by reading the ATI lecture notes and answering questions from the Community Focused Exam Passbook. You can purchase the Community Focused Exam Passbook on Amazon or Ebay. When studying from the Passbook, I googled each answer to ensure I understood the rationales.

I was told the 99th percentile program ranking was not just for my school but all ADN programs. Which means that the program ranking for your score includes all BSN programs that use ATI. The other ranking is for all program types combined ADN/BSN. Which means you did much better than you think but I may have been misinformed.

traumaRUs, MSN, APRN, CNS

Specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU. Has 27 years experience.

Moved to General Nursing Student

I am now in the same boat you were in last year... any advice since you've now taken it?