Hello, I am enrolled in an RN program which I'm currently taking Nurs 1101, fundamentals. It is my first semester, second class (the first class is intro and it was 5 weeks). I barely passed the first class with a 78 (Passing is 76%). We have had 3 tests so far in fundamentals. I have made a 72, 68, and a 74. The most recent test that I made a 74 on I worked my butt off and thought I knew everything there was to know about the power point, notes, and chapters. After I took the test I felt really good, there were only about 6 questions I wasn't sure about. I was shocked when I saw that I made a 74. I have did lots of practice questions. I have used the Saunders 4th edition book as well as the Saunders strategies for test success. I have read all kind of posts about how to "critically think" but I feel like nothing is helping me. Also, we cannot go over what we missed on our tests. I'm not sure if that is a policy for all or most nursing programs but I feel that it is really hindering my understanding of where I am going wrong. I know with many questions all the answers are "correct" but I have to choose the one that is "best" or a "priority". I believe this is what I have a problem with. I understand the basics such as ABCs, Maslow's..but I'm still having trouble choosing the "best" answer.. I have one more test (5 weeks from now) and a final to be able to pull up my grade. I really want to be successful in nursing and would appreciate any advice you may have. Thank you!Also: I have read that Fundamentals Success is a very good book and ordered it, it should be here Thursday!