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Prioritize in the New Year!

I spent a little time enjoying the holidays, visiting family, and resting.  I hope you got a bit of a study break as well as they say, “all work and no play…makes us dull”.  Caregiver role strain is going to … Continue reading






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The Distribution of Question Categories on NCLEX-RN vs NCLEX-PN and Why

Although the categories on the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN are the same except for Management of Care vs Coordinated Care, their distribution is different. What I mean by that is the percentage of questions on the test devoted to each category … Continue reading






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How is the NCLEX scored – in common English?

How is the NCLEX scored? So the NCLEX is actually an incredible test.  The academics and statistics behind how it scores is well-researched and very valid.  It is also pretty complex.  Let me try to explain… Firstly, be assured that … Continue reading






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Getting back into nursing – do you need to retake the NCLEX?

So that is actually a tricky question.  Have you let your license lapse? Or do you still have a current RN/PN license? If you have kept at least one state license current, then you probably don’t need to ever retake … 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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