I was just curious about this. I am taking my Health Differences 1 exam on Tuesday. I took a practice exam last night and was very surprised that all the information that we are told to study was not on the practice exam. I know that they can't make it like the real exam, but I just thought I would see more questions related to what we are studying. I didn't have any pedi cardio/resp., many of the adult cardio items that are listed on the syllabus to study were not on there either. I feel like I have been killing myself to commit this stuff to memory and it is not even on the exam. Please advise!
May 23, '09
I follow the practice exams, along with the content guide. The practice exam questions are a good indicator of what you will find on the actual exam.
Last edit by DebanamRN on May 23, '09
: Reason: too early to think straight