Failed CPNRE twice!!!

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Born to be nurse

Born to be nurse

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5 hours ago, Luvly Obaahemaa said:

Same boat need help as well.

Hi don’t worry. You will pass next time. I got coaching from Mrs ****, she was excellent. If you want to meet her you can email her. She is very nice and her notes were very helpful.

Guest716636

Guest716636

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Its weird how the RN-nclex is unlimited attempts and the cpnre is 3 attempts ?

You will pass next time forsure @linzipinzi keep fighting!

Born to be nurse

Born to be nurse

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On 12/21/2019 at 10:31 AM, linzipinzi said:

Thank you! Did you have to pay?

yes you have to , depending on the type of coaching. but its worth

Silverdragon102, BSN

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3 hours ago, scuffed said:

Its weird how the RN-nclex is unlimited attempts and the cpnre is 3 attempts ?

You will pass next time forsure @linzipinzi keep fighting!

It this is only recent. When it first changed to NCLEX it still had a 3 attempt hold

Nate2016

Nate2016

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Can you share how much was the pass mark if you don’t mind please

Stacy

Stacy

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@scuffed this one is changing to the REx-PN so it will be unlimited tries eventually..

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Mandeep Kaur

Mandeep Kaur

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On 12/21/2019 at 7:53 PM, Ageorge said:

@ Mandeep please send her an email stjudenurse@gmail.com. Trust me she is the best teacher I have ever seen . She lives in Mississauga and she can schedule courses according to your convenience. She doesn’t want to share her contact number when I asked her. The best thing I seen in her is she works hard for your success and she will not charge like other people. She can surely help you

Thanks George.I sent her an email.

Hey linzipinzi,

I'm sorry that this has happened to you, but you shouldn't give up. I used the Mosby's Comprehensive Review for the Canadian PN Exam and I found it to be very helpful and similar to the exam questions of the exam and help me pass on the first try. What I found worked for me was doing a set amount of questions daily and then spending a good portion of my time reviewing the questions that I got wrong and its rationales, and if I further did not understand the rationale/topic that the question relates too, I would read my nursing notes from school and my med-surg book to read up on the topics I was not fully understanding. I found doing more questions daily to be the best way to practice for the exam and it helps you narrow down topics that you are still unfamiliar with.

lovexxmeow

lovexxmeow

18 Posts

Hey girl,

I took my CPNRE about two years ago and passed on my first shot. What I used to study was 1. Notes made in school (yes, EVERYTHING including ppts) 2. CPNRE predictor exam 3. Saunders Comprehensive guide - it is close to 1000 pages but well worth it...my advice to you is set ur next date no earlier than summer because you need to thoroughly study everything...time consuming yes, but worth it - TOTALLY! Dont sign up for any scam programs ex. we will help you pass 100% ugh, waste of money!!! Good luck hun xx

Light Yagami

11 Posts

When I took my LPN exam few years back, all I have only used was the guide that you have mention. I would really suggest that you read that again and refresh your basic nursing knowledge again. Do not rush in taking the exam. You can also use U world prep exam if you think you need to level up. I am presently waiting for my NCLEX RN results which I took last Friday. Goodluck .

PS. If your already working as a PN, DO NOT use that as your reference of answering some questions because what we do in the real world doesn't reflect the exam answers. Always follow the book!

Edited by Light Yagami

linzipinzi

169 Posts

On 12/22/2019 at 4:40 AM, Ageorge said:

Hope she can. It’s worth

Hey I am meeting with Asha on January 15. Just wondering how you heard of her?

On 12/23/2019 at 1:45 AM, Sourpatch Nurse said:

Hey linzipinzi,

I'm sorry that this has happened to you, but you shouldn't give up. I used the Mosby's Comprehensive Review for the Canadian PN Exam and I found it to be very helpful and similar to the exam questions of the exam and help me pass on the first try. What I found worked for me was doing a set amount of questions daily and then spending a good portion of my time reviewing the questions that I got wrong and its rationales, and if I further did not understand the rationale/topic that the question relates too, I would read my nursing notes from school and my med-surg book to read up on the topics I was not fully understanding. I found doing more questions daily to be the best way to practice for the exam and it helps you narrow down topics that you are still unfamiliar with.

Thank you!!! ?

linzipinzi

169 Posts

On 12/23/2019 at 2:33 AM, lovexxmeow said:

Hey girl,

I took my CPNRE about two years ago and passed on my first shot. What I used to study was 1. Notes made in school (yes, EVERYTHING including ppts) 2. CPNRE predictor exam 3. Saunders Comprehensive guide - it is close to 1000 pages but well worth it...my advice to you is set ur next date no earlier than summer because you need to thoroughly study everything...time consuming yes, but worth it - TOTALLY! Dont sign up for any scam programs ex. we will help you pass 100% ugh, waste of money!!! Good luck hun xx

Thank you!!! ?

On 12/30/2019 at 12:04 AM, Light Yagami said:

When I took my LPN exam few years back, all I have only used was the guide that you have mention. I would really suggest that you read that again and refresh your basic nursing knowledge again. Do not rush in taking the exam. You can also use U world prep exam if you think you need to level up. I am presently waiting for my NCLEX RN results which I took last Friday. Goodluck .

PS. If your already working as a PN, DO NOT use that as your reference of answering some questions because what we do in the real world doesn't reflect the exam answers. Always follow the book!

Thank you!!! ?