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Just took kaplan QT 6 and got a 59%

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Any thoughts? my lowest grade was on management of care at 48%

I take my test in a week!

male_murse focus on management care and do more questions in that category! Management care is 17-23% ..here are the categories and Good luck!

Safe and Effective Care Environment

„ Management of Care 17-23%

„ Safety and Infection Control 9-15%

Health Promotion and Maintenance 6-12%

Psychosocial Integrity 6-12%

Physiological Integrity

„ Basic Care and Comfort 6-12%

„ Pharmacological and Parenteral

Therapies 12-18%

„ Reduction of Risk Potential 9-15%

„ Physiological Adaptation 11-17%

what are examples of management of care? ans how do i focus on this topic.

yedwards42, BSN, MSN

Specializes in Maternal Newborn. Has 7 years experience.

Do you have your on-line or hard cover Kaplan book? The topics are broken down for each category. While, I hear Kaplan recommends a 60-65% or more on their tests, I've read posts here of folks passing with scores in the 50's. I'm sure as you are doing, read all rationales (right or wrong). Read up on questions/topics you get wrong or don't understand.

Overall, knowing bits of core content from all body systems, including fundamentals, infection control, lab values will serve you well on NCLEX. Also, know priority and delegation (what RN/LVN/UAP's can do or not), common med's, herbals and procedures (often drag and drop or put in order on NCLEX).

Best of luck. Keep up the hard work!

buspar

Specializes in ICU/CCU. Has 2 years experience.

Ur gonna be fine . What's big difference between 59 and 60? read the rationales ! some ppl got 60-70 and failed. Some got 50's and passed with 75q. Gluck

Do you have your on-line or hard cover Kaplan book? The topics are broken down for each category. While, I hear Kaplan recommends a 60-65% or more on their tests, I've read posts here of folks passing with scores in the 50's. I'm sure as you are doing, read all rationales (right or wrong). Read up on questions/topics you get wrong or don't understand.

Overall, knowing bits of core content from all body systems, including fundamentals, infection control, lab values will serve you well on NCLEX. Also, know priority and delegation (what RN/LVN/UAP's can do or not), common med's, herbals and procedures (often drag and drop or put in order on NCLEX).

Best of luck. Keep up the hard work!

I see it now on table of contents

thanks :D

I appreciate the feedback everyone!