I took the NET exactly a week ago.
The first section is usually a math section. It is only on the four basic operations and soling simple algebraic equations. Then, there is the reading comprehension section which I found a little hard (and I had 99th percentile on the TEAS and NLN exams...). There is a lot to read, so don't get behind. Almost all questions relate to the main idea, what you can conclude from a passage, what you can infer, etc... There is also a grammar
section with questions like spelling
, capitalization, etc... Finally, there are a lot of questions that you will have to answer to determine if you will need learning skills counseling and to assess your learning style. They are not used to determine your acceptance into the program.
I bought the preparattion book - a tiny book that sell for $32 with shipping: a ridiculous price. Some of the information was definitely useful, but I thought it did not give a very good idea of a sample exam. If you are interested in buying the book, I would be happy to sell you mine for a cheaper price...