FNP AANP how to pick out wrong answers?

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Is there a study guide or resource that helps you pick out obvious wrong answers for the FNP AANP exam? I've searched and can't find anything. I remember for undergraduate I took Kaplan and they had an "answer three" to help guide you to a correct answer and also hints on how to pick out wrong answers. For example if the answer had in it "never or always".

ConciergeNurse

11 Posts

Has 5 years experience.

I have found this book to be helpful..."FAMILY NURSE PRACTITIONER CERTIFICATION INTENSIVE REVIEW, by Maria T. Codina Leik. It has a whole section on question dissection and analysis. Hope this is helpful

lliu008

17 Posts

I need your help too. I just failed aanp exam the 4th time. I am very sad. I lost my confident and energy too. Should we study together? I will set for ancc exam on 3/8/16

lliu008

17 Posts

I tried her book and her class on 10/15 but still........

Wakes

30 Posts

I tried her book and her class on 10/15 but still........

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elkpark

14,633 Posts

Umm, didn't your FNP program prepare you to "pick out obvious wrong answers"?

Wakes

30 Posts

Nope. Myself and several others were not impressed at all with our FNP program. And several have also failed and have continued to fail boards.

Nope. Myself and several others were not impressed at all with our FNP program. And several have also failed and have continued to fail boards.

Hi Wakes! Did you end up passing? I failed AANP 2x and ANCC X1. My school sucked. There were 12 in my class. 4 didnt pass the last semester and 3 people failed boards. Let me know. Thanks!