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Whats your list to bring at the testing site?

here's mine:

1. Advil- just in case my migraine attacks

2. DL- we just need one id right? I might also bring my passport just to be sure

3. A sweater/ jacket, might be cold at the testing site

4. Water

5. Snacks- candy/mints/cookies

6. I also printed out my ATT and schedule

i will leave my phone in the car. I plan to be out of there in 3 hours max...hopefully not get all questions..:nurse:

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one more question whats the position for gerd for sleeping? Is it right or left lateral? I am confused...

If I remember correctly it's right?????

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Whats your list to bring at the testing site?

here's mine:

1. Advil- just in case my migraine attacks

2. DL- we just need one id right? I might also bring my passport just to be sure

3. A sweater/ jacket, might be cold at the testing site

4. Water

5. Snacks- candy/mints/cookies

6. I also printed out my ATT and schedule

i will leave my phone in the car. I plan to be out of there in 3 hours max...hopefully not get all questions..:nurse:

That's all u need....Your ready & good to go

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Gum/candy are not allowed inside the testing area according to the rule that was printed there. I'll do the PVT in 15-20mins. Hoping to have a good pop-up.

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Gum/candy are not allowed inside the testing area according to the rule that was printed there. I'll do the PVT in 15-20mins. Hoping to have a good pop-up.

Let us know the ourcome

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If I remember correctly it's right?????

I know its right but i read somewhere that its left.... so confused

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Gum/candy are not allowed inside the testing area according to the rule that was printed there. I'll do the PVT in 15-20mins. Hoping to have a good pop-up.

thank you for letting me know... lol was about to bring a whole pack of sweets lol

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Gum/candy are not allowed inside the testing area according to the rule that was printed there. I'll do the PVT in 15-20mins. Hoping to have a good pop-up.

What do u think of the exam was it similar to uworld or harder? Do u think the study guide helped? Do u think uworld is sufficient enough? :jester: Trying to be calm here...

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thank you for letting me know... lol was about to bring a whole pack of sweets lol

You can have it if you take a break...First break is after 2 hrs.

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I know its right but i read somewhere that its left.... so confused

Oh boy now I'm confused left.... Jesus take the wheel now!!!!

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one more question whats the position for gerd for sleeping? Is it right or left lateral? I am confused...

Right in general allows for gastric emptying. So in general GERD patients are supposed to be elevated anyway to prevent but I guess for sleeping I would most likely choose the right side if that position wasn't available.

Wait I found this though

  • Don't sleep on your right side. For some reason, this seems to prompt relaxation of the lower esophageal sphincter — the tight ring of muscle connecting the stomach and esophagus that normally defends against reflux.
  • Do sleep on your left side. This is the position that has been found to best reduce acid reflux.

Is GERD Keeping You Up at Night? - GERD Center - Everyday Health

but I'm 100% sure we don't have to worry about that specific question in NCLEX lol. It's usualy just elevating the bed.

Edited by Ms Petite 93

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Sounds right....I think I'm ready I have most things down pretty good except endocrine system

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