Published Feb 14, 2005
greeting to all,
i have been reading all the posts. i have noted that there are many apply all questions on nclex. i have done some apply all questions but i only have 20% - 40% correct rate.
i am very scared of apply all questions.
do you have any suggestions? how can i study these questions?
thanks a million.
ganursechick, BSN, RN
4 people from my class just took the NCLEX and they only had one of those kind of questions on theirs. nobobdy had any of the ones with the pictures at all.
I didn't have any pictures.
I had one medication calc fill-in-the-blank (my first question on the test).
I think I got every one of the "check all that apply" questions ever written! :chuckle See my post from last wednesday.
I made it through and passed. In practice, though, I always stunk at that kind of question.
Hello.I didn't have any pictures.I had one medication calc fill-in-the-blank (my first question on the test).I think I got every one of the "check all that apply" questions ever written! :chuckle See my post from last wednesday.I made it through and passed. In practice, though, I always stunk at that kind of question.Good luck.
My experience was just as you describe--one med calc fill-in and tons of "check all that apply". And I passed too. How to study for those types of questions, I cannot say. They covered lots of different situations.
Just take your best shot at it. I don't think there is any way to prepare for a multiple answer question. I mean you get what you get. In my mind there is no "REAL" way to prepare and study for the NCLEX as it is. It's all the matter of luck if you ask me!
As far as the "check all that apply questions" go... I took the exam 2-14 and only had one of those and one or two fill in the blank. I did not have any "point and shoot" location questions. I was really nervous about those too.... I went over the alternate question types quiz on the kaplan review and that was scary... but just keep reviewing them and hopefully you wont get too many. Good luck!
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