yes. its thru a website called www.medspub.com
. we have to pay for it, then we get an access code from our school. our instructors set up what tests they want us to take on there. i suppose they probably have a large database of tests to choose from. for example, 4th semester some of the tests assigned to us are "disaster planning" (i just finished that one), "management" several med-surg ones-hematological, immune system, infectious, etc a peds one, pharmacology one, psych, women's health, etc. whatever variety of tests your instructor feels you need. Each test has 25-50 questions, multiple choice, situation based. 4 choices. you make your choice, it shows you if you were right or wrong, then you can see the rationale for all the answers. these are considered "practice" tests, as you can see the right/wrong. the teacher can also set some as "closed book" whereyou cant see if they are right/wrong til the end and you are given a grade. (we have to get above 75% on those, and if we didnt we have to take it again til we do). all of this information on if you took the test, how long you spent on it (we are supposed to spend 1min per question), and if a closed book exam, what gradeyou got on it is all transmitted to the teacher.
its great to help you think critically, good nclex prep in my mind.
check out the site www.medspub.com
and click on the link for the e-learning center, i dont know how much you can see without the school being registered, but it may showyou something.
hope that explained it!