NET suggestions

  1. I just signed up to take my NET in December. I am good at reading/writing and love Algebra. Is there anything I need to study for if I am strong in these two areas?? I don't want to get overconfident. Also, are you not allowed a calculator in this test?

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
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  3. by   Trans-am
    Quote from abrainerd
    I just signed up to take my NET in December. I am good at reading/writing and love Algebra. Is there anything I need to study for if I am strong in these two areas?? I don't want to get overconfident. Also, are you not allowed a calculator in this test?

    Thanks in advance for your suggestions.
    I would highly recommend getting the study guide from eri world. Depends on the school if they will let you use a calculator, mine did. Good luck!
  4. by   Carebear77
    my school did not allow a calculator. I would suggest calling the school where your taking the NET and ask them if they allow it.
    But as far as the NET every school is different, my school only tested on math, reading, english, spelling and grammar.
    Good luck.
  5. by   Ben Franklin
    I took the NET today in Houston. My test emphasized basic math, grammar and reading comprehension. Incidently, there was only 15 science questions.
    Sounds like you will do great!
  6. by   tntech1
    I to live in tennesse. The NET study guide I purchase was from ERI. It really help. Kaplan study guide was way out there and did not help must. ERI have study guides for RN and LPN's. If the school offers a study guide to urchase but it, it is offer what testing center test the school will use. Hopes this helps.:spin: :spin: :spin:
  7. by   AggieQT
    I just took the NET test yesterday... I am a very good test taker and I excell in both math and reading/english and let me tell you, do not go into the test over confident. I think the material is not hard intellectually, the biggest challenge is reading it quickly enough to retain the content and answer the questions correctly. I scored in the 98th percentile, but I practiced for the test by timing myself. I would work on the timeline and BE SURE U WEAR A WATCH and mark the time you start each section! The time will fly by before you know it! Good luck!
  8. by   L&D_2b
    Quote from Trans-am
    I would highly recommend getting the study guide from eri world. Depends on the school if they will let you use a calculator, mine did. Good luck!
    Ditto! Get the study guide at www.eriworld.com I don't think I would have done as well as I did without it.

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