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I Passed!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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by MissKittyRN076 MissKittyRN076 (Member)

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:monkeydance: :monkeydance: After 24 hours of torture and even posting that I was sure I had failed because my license wasn't up..........I PASSED!!!!!!!!!!!!:balloons: :balloons:

:monkeydance: :monkeydance: Do the funky monkey!!! I never have to take that stupid test again!!!!!!:smiley_aa :smiley_aa :w00t: :w00t:

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Tweety has 28 years experience as a BSN, RN and specializes in Med-Surg, Trauma, Ortho, Neuro, Cardiac.

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Congratulations!

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Beary-nice has 18 years experience and specializes in Almost everywhere.

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Hoo Yah! Congratulations!

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tx2007 is a RN and specializes in med/surg, ortho/neuro, ambulatory surg.

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Congrats I wish I found out after 24 hours!!! The wait is KILLING me!! Congrats again that must feel great!

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I went to ASU (Arizona State) and during the entire program we had to take these ERI tests called N-CAPS, they basically tested us NCLEX style on the info that we learned that semester, this helped us determine what we needed to review. Our last semester we took 2 RN-ASSESS exams which are NCLEX style tests, this was supposed to tell us if we would pass or not. After we graduated we had a week long review sponsered by this ERI company. I also used the KAPLAN book (not the class). I think the most important book to have with all of the delegation and priority questions is the LaCharity text everyone has talked about. We had to use it in SR2 because the faculty had heard that delegation and priority would be huge this year. I did 2000+ questions during school for a contract grade assignment and then at least 1000 questions after graduation.

The best way to study is questions, questions, questions. Remember Maslow, ABC's. Look over disaster priority, I had 3 questions about disaster victims.

Good Luck!

Liz, RN, BSN

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