I don't test until the 29th. I'm studying, reviewing labs and some meds and doing about 150 questions a day (from my review books).
My classmates are starting to get their results and I've heard that they've had many, many questions on prioritizing. After report, which of these 4 patients do you assess first, etc.
My school only started throwing those questions in the last couple of weeks of classes. I struggled with them. Have to hope my critical thinking skills are sharp enough.
Jun 17, '04
I am in the same boat your in. I am graduating in Dec 04 from the RN program but I am challenging the LPN boards in July(hopefully I will pass), for more money right now. Spoke with a couple of people who recently took the PN exam and they say they had a lot of prioritzation questions, infection control, and a lot people had cancer (although I know every test is different) .I have been studying but I don't feel like my priority skills are as good as they should be because my school hasn't stressed it as much as they should. But hopefully with the knowledge we have recieved we will be O.k.Good luck
Last edit by teelaticeNY on Jun 17, '04