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How did you do on your first test

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~Mi Vida Loca~RN has 6 years experience as a ASN, RN and specializes in Emergency Dept. Trauma. Pediatrics.

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It's been over a year since my first exam but if I recall I got a 90 on it. It was for Fundamentals. I prefer nursing school style tests. I know I am the odd man out on that, but it's definitely more my type of style.

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I got an 86. I didn't read any of the chapters. I went over the power point notes, made flash cards of the key terms and did the NCLEX style questions on the books website. When we were reviewing the test I noticed that I had only missed one question until I got to number 58 (out of 75). That is when other students started getting up to leave because they were done, and obviously it distracted me. I know that's when I started to hurry up and I missed A LOT after that. Next time I will be using ear pugs during the exam.

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I got an 88 which im not really happy with but still glad i passed. I have a bunch of Fundamental Success books with test questions they are really helpful. Also I have an itouch and was able to download a great app for 3 dollars. I use index card..and lots of test questions! I like the idea about the ear pugs because i was easily distracted also. Im hoping to get an A on my next test which is fri

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PurpleLover has 1 years experience.

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I made a 92.

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