What to do during the NCLEX

Your hands are cold. Trembling, even. You can’t help but pace. You are nervous. You are anxious. But you are also feeling a bit excited. This is the day. This is it. After months of preparing, after years of looking forward to

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Basic Cheat Sheet for NCLEX

Via is getting nervous. A few more days and she’ll be taking the test that would determine whether or not she’s fit to become a Registered Nurse. However, there’s a problem. She still can’t memorize some nursing concepts, such as the normal

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NCLEX SATA Questions

1. A client who is 29 weeks pregnant comes to the labor and delivery unit. She states that she’s having contractions every 8 minutes. The client is also 3 cm dilated. Which medications can the nurse expect to administer? Select all that

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What happens after taking the NCLEX-CAT? What do you need to do if you FAIL?

Once you complete your test, you will be asked to take a short, computer-delivered survey. These questions are designed to help evaluate the testing experience, and your answers do not affect your grade in any way. After you take the survey, raise

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(Answer and Rationale) Personality Disorders NCLEX Review

View Questions 1. ANSWER A. Ineffective coping is the impairment of a person’s adaptive behaviors and problem-solving abilities in meeting life’s demands; ritualistic behavior fits under this category as a defining characteristic. 2. ANSWER A. This drug blocks the uptake of serotonin.

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Personality Disorders NCLEX Review

1. The nursing diagnosis that would be most appropriate for a 22-year old client who uses ritualistic behavior would be: a. Ineffective coping b. Impaired adjustment c. personal identity disturbance d. Sensory/perceptual alterations 2. A psychiatrist prescribes an anti-obsessional agent for a

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NCLEX Practice Exam: Pediatric Nursing

Which of the following would be inappropriate when administering chemotherapy to a child? a.Monitoring the child for both general and specific adverse effects b.Observing the child for 10 minutes to note for signs of anaphylaxis c.Administering medication through a free-flowing intravenous line d.Assessing for signs of

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How to Prepare for NCLEX Examination?

NCLEX Preparation Tips: - Always keep a set of flashcards (whether bought or self-made) on hand in order to make use of traveling/commuting time. - Set up a feasible study schedule early and plan to stick to it. There is nothing worse than wasting

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47 Helpful Tips on How to answer (Select-All-That-Apply) SATA NCLEX Questions

1. CERVICAL CA Risk Factors: • African- American/ Native women • Behavior (Sexual promiscuity) • Chronic instrumentation of cervix • Disease –STD • Early age of Sex • High Parity • Poor Hygiene • Low economic status • Multiple sexual partners • Partner with Prostate CA Sx: • Post-coital bleeding • Painful sex • Menstrual irregularities 2. OVARIAN

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NCLEX Exam Review about Drugs

Ethacrynic Acid (Edecrin)—are considered loop diuretics and are potassium wasting; encourage client to increase intake of potassium-rich foods. Orange juice/Bananas, etc. Aminophylline (Truphylline)—is a xanthine bronchodilator; major side effects: palpitations, nervousness, rapid pulse, dysrhythmias, nausea, and vomiting. Toxic effects: confusion, headache, flushing, tachycardia,

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NCLEX-RN Information that you Need to Know

Frequently Asked Questions about NCLEX-RN Exam: What types of questions will there be on the exam? According to the National Council State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN), innovative format test items will be used. These test items might include multiple-choice items requiring selection of multiple

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