I can't decide whether or not to load all of them or not.
RNsRWe, ASN, RN
Aug 28, 2006
I used two of them; never loaded them (to save, and use up space) onto my harddrive, just used them as needed. I didn't use some of them at all; still sealed up in the book!
Specializes in FNP.
Last year, I found out that a few of our instructors used the questions on the discs for exams and quizzes... since then, I've looked @ them. And the Davis CD - so nice to look up drugs (depending on how you study) and especially when typing case studies and care plans with pharm details...
Specializes in Med/Surg, Dialysis.
Has 5 years experience.
Sometimes I use them before a test (the ones that come with my text books), some of them have review questions for each chapter.
I will also be using the CDs that come with the NCLEX review book before I take the NCLEX, they have reviews and sample tests.
Specializes in NICU, High-Risk L&D, IBCLC.
Has 13 years experience.
I used a few of the CDs, mostly for the review questions. I used the heck out of the CD from my drug guide when I was doing care plans - I would cut and paste the info so I wouldn't be writing the same drug information over and over again with each new care plan.
JR816, BSN, RN
Aug 29, 2006
My instructors pull some of their questions from the cd as well. I find them very useful.
Specializes in NICU Level III.
Has 2 years experience.
If any of the cd's have review questions, I do them religiously! I found a few questions always made their way onto my tests too.
Specializes in Med/Surg, Hospice.
I'm using the one that came with my Fundamentals book to do NCLEX questions as I finish each chapter. And I have been told that both my Davis Drug guide and Mosby's will be handy for copying and pasting into care plans rather than typing all of the info.
I always use them, most of them are very helpful.
mom2michael, MSN, RN, NP
Specializes in Rural Health.
I always use them for the review questions - that is how I study for most tests. While our instructors don't often use our review questions from our books and/or CD's, it really does help me study.
Specializes in LTC.
I always did the review questions and found that more than a couple made it onto exams. You never know where the exam questions come from and it would be a shame to ignore this resource - especially since you've already paid for it.
Specializes in Intermediate Care/Telemetry Unit.
Sep 1, 2006
Always do the review questions on the CD that comes with your book. Sometimes profs will use questions similar. It really helps a lot--we use them often--esp in med/surg
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