I passed the RN test and most of my questions were priorization. What I did was: Always the less stable patient first. Remember the ABCs. Always see the patient with low respirations and such. It depend on the question. If there is no arway or breathing patients, you priority would be the one with internal bleeding, shock, fluid invalance. Remember that the patient with breathing could be the kid brought in status asmaticus. The elderly with weezing on respirations and such. The patient with internal bleeding/shock could be the patient brought after a car accident who is contious but has a drecrease urine output, elevated pulse and low BP(all sings of shock)
And if its a pregnant woman its almost always the one with ectopic pregnancy because of the possible rupture. Usually the woman with less than 24 weeks with extreem bleeding.
Hope it makes some sense