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10 NCLEX Tips to Boost Your Exam Performance

You know how important the NCLEX is, that’s why you’re here. Whether you’ve just begun to prepare for the big day or you’re several practice tests in, our goal is to help you make the most out of your study … Continue reading






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Answering a Medication NCLEX Question

One thing that I would reassure you as you take the NCLEX is to develop a couple of test-taking strategies.  I’ll talk about a few and then we will apply it in a question. Read the whole question.  Do not … Continue reading






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Prioritizing in a Pediatric NCLEX question

On to another triage question, but this one involves pediatrics.   Do not forget about reviewing vulnerable populations such as pediatrics, obstetrics, the elderly, or the incarcerated for their unique clinical needs. A 4 year old Hispanic female presents to the … Continue reading






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Triaging in an NCLEX Question

So, back to the meat of the NCLEX – questions!  It is likely that you will see a cardiac triage question on the NCLEX as chest pain accounts for over 6 million visits to the Emergency Departments (ED) in the … Continue reading






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A Classic Prioritization Question You May Find on the NCLEX

A lot of studying for the NCLEX is reviewing what you already know and reorganizing it in your mind.  You have probably seen these concepts in a lecture and in clinical practice, now just put them all together.  This can … Continue reading






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