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    CCRN exam

    I took the CEN (Certified Emergency Nurse) and CCRN today after doing 3 "PASS CEN" exams online last night (bought the book, went to the website, used the activation code inside cover, and activated the online material). A few days ago I did a few practice exams from a CCRN app I downloaded on my Mac from the app-store. Otherwise did basically no studying. I work in a busy ED and have been a nurse for 2.5 years. Passed the exams with flying colors. If you're a decent test taker, pay attention to ABC's, know a little about cardiopulmonary parameters, have good patho knowledge, and have had ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC, you should be fine! I also took the CCRN exam today after I finished the CEN, and for the record found the CEN to be a little bit harder, likely because of the vast breadth of material covered in the CEN (it also has 25 more questions than the CCRN), where the CCRN is a little more focused. CCRN was "softer" in content (several more touchy feely questions), and more redundant with stroke, cardio, and ABG type questions. I did equally well on both exams. Trust me, if you use your brain and are a decent test taker you will likely pass!!!! Good luck!!!
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    CEN!!!!!!

    I took the CEN today after doing 3 "PASS CEN" exams online last night (bought the book, went to the website, used the activation code inside cover, and activated the online material). Otherwise did basically no studying. I work in a busy ED and have been a nurse for 2.5 years. Passed the exam with flying colors. If you're a decent test taker, pay attention to ABC's, and have had ACLS, PALS, TNCC, and ENPC, you should be fine! I also took the CCRN exam today after I finished the CEN, and for the record found the CEN to be a little bit harder, likely because of the vast breadth of material covered. CCRN was "softer" in content (more touchy feely questions), and more redundant. Passed CCRN as well. Trust me, if you use your brain and are a decent test taker you will likely pass!!!! Good luck!!!
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