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CPNRE November- December 2019

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Hello.

Just creating this thread for those who have written the CPNRE in Ontario for Nov. and Dec. I personally wrote on the 20th of Nov.

Anyone looking to do the Personvue "trick" to find out if they passed... DO NOT DO IT. I wrote for the first time in September and those who did the trick only delayed their results by at least a week. It only works for NCLEX writers.

Please use this thread for general questions about result times ect. I was apart of a thread in September and it was super useful.

Thanks all! Good Luck to us all!

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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Moved to the CPNRE forum 

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Will be doing it this Saturday 

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I Took it in Sept didnt make it and now Its My 2nd attempt and I'm freaking out. Any tips on how to prep?

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@Sher

I wasn't successful the first time either. What I did is the following. First I took some serious time off work to study.... it was worth it. I worked through the Saunders text doing content and questions. Then I went to CPNRE.ca and did the prep guide until i had it memorized and the predictor tests a number of times each. I kept on falling short in knowledge so i focused on those types of questions in the Saunders text. Dont worry. WE GOT THIS! I have faith! 

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12 hours ago, Sher said:

I Took it in Sept didnt make it and now Its My 2nd attempt and I'm freaking out. Any tips on how to prep?

I would practice lots of questions daily, it can range from 50-100. Then what I found to be very helpful and key is taking the time to review the questions you got wrong and understanding the rationale behind those answers. Then when it comes to reviewing content, review the topics in the questions you got wrong. When it comes to materials to use to study I found the prep-guides very helpful to use, as well as the Mosby's Comprehensive Review for the Canadian PN exam.

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Hi everyone, 

I was planning on writing this coming 30th, but my yardstick predictor test discouraged me. I got a 69.8 stating my probability of passing is 70-75%, (moderate to high). I've been using Saunders and the Prep guides. Any advice, I'd appreciate it.

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A 70% is still a Pass! All you need to do is pass! Keep your head up! Keep studying and practicing questions whenever you can. You got this! 

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On 11/26/2019 at 8:19 PM, RobinVanderHeide said:

@Sher

I wasn't successful the first time either. What I did is the following. First I took some serious time off work to study.... it was worth it. I worked through the Saunders text doing content and questions. Then I went to CPNRE.ca and did the prep guide until i had it memorized and the predictor tests a number of times each. I kept on falling short in knowledge so i focused on those types of questions in the Saunders text. Dont worry. WE GOT THIS! I have faith! 

I took a week off work as well although it's not easy on my end being a single parent and having to pay Bills and ect.. when u say u took time off and focused on Saunders, May I ask how long it took u to prep for it ? Weeks or months ? As for the predictor test I did it as well and I dont know where I went wrong on it. It's too bad they dont five the rational or the correct answer to it.how am I suppose to know what's right and whats not 😞

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On 11/26/2019 at 10:26 AM, Sher said:

I Took it in Sept didnt make it and now Its My 2nd attempt and I'm freaking out. Any tips on how to prep?

Use the Saunders prep for PN book and read up on the areas you believe you are weak in.  Also doing the CPNRE prep guide questions 4th and 5th edition helped alot

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