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QCC NLN PAX

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On 12/23/2020 at 10:47 AM, Zabka918 said:

 Here is my NLN report. I just covered my personal info. In it you see how many questions I got wrong and right. So that should give you an idea how many questions are there total. I would suggest you do the questions as quickly as possible. Now you don't have to start like that but closer to exam I would speed through them. There is a clock visible in the upper right corner when you start the actual exam. Just keep a eye on it from time to time.

 

report-NLN PAX 2.pdf

Oh my bad! It does tell me the amount of questions. Thanks so much! Now im just concerned about the amount of time

It's OK. I'm happy to help. I don't know if all the questions actually count as I read that in one NLN book they put experimental questions but how true is that is also an unknown. But don't worry about that. Think you probably have less than a minute to answer a question. More or less. Don't spend too much time spending searching for the answer. I would try to just do under a minute during a practice or a min max.

For the Science section it was a mix of Physics, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Critical care..For example of scenario of cutting finger and what would you do first. Would you do peroxide or wash? Or if you burned your hand what would you do first. Look at the bigger picture. So it's hard to say because question can involve a few subjects. Food chain I would review.  Different circuits..Parrallel vs series. Try to understand them if possible. It's isn't my forte but relate it to things that you do understand like traffic to make it easier.

On 12/28/2020 at 5:58 PM, Zabka918 said:

It's OK. I'm happy to help. I don't know if all the questions actually count as I read that in one NLN book they put experimental questions but how true is that is also an unknown. But don't worry about that. Think you probably have less than a minute to answer a question. More or less. Don't spend too much time spending searching for the answer. I would try to just do under a minute during a practice or a min max.

For the Science section it was a mix of Physics, Chemistry, Anatomy, and Critical care..For example of scenario of cutting finger and what would you do first. Would you do peroxide or wash? Or if you burned your hand what would you do first. Look at the bigger picture. So it's hard to say because question can involve a few subjects. Food chain I would review.  Different circuits..Parrallel vs series. Try to understand them if possible. It's isn't my forte but relate it to things that you do understand like traffic to make it easier.

Great info!! How long did you get for each section if you can recall? And did you take your exam on a computer or on paper? 

 

2 minutes ago, B.23 said:

Great info!! How long did you get for each section if you can recall? And did you take your exam on a computer or on paper? 

 

Also where did you purchase the official review? I cant find it on the website. 

Thank you for this information. I am also taking the PAX and really appreciate the advice

Just now, rachelk5189 said:

Thank you for this information. I am also taking the PAX and really appreciate the advice

Oh really? Then good luck to you hope you make it in!

Hi! Did you take the PAX? How was it? I am terrified by the science, haha