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Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination organizes questions according to Client Needs, the areas covered in the latest NCLEX examination test plan. Rationales are provided for all answer choices, plus test-taking strategies. This latest update is based on the 4th edition with additional features, enhanced functionality and ongoing updates.
This review includes many critical thinking and alternate item formats, plus a comprehensive exam consisting of 300 questions. Questions categorized by cognitive level, client needs area, integrated process, and clinical content area help you focus on the question types you find most difficult.
- An additional 200 questions provide even more opportunity for practice
- Content from the new April 2007 NCLEX-RN test plan familiarizes you with the newest topics you could see on the exam
- Provides information to the foreign-educated nurse about the process of obtaining a license to practice as a registered nurse in the United States
- A thorough preparation for the NCLEX-RN exam
- Alternate item format questions are included to help readers become accustomed to the new question styles
- Every practice question provides a correct answer, rationales for all responses, test-taking strategy, level of cognitive ability, integrated concepts and processes category and client needs category
- Sections on the NCLEX exam, the CAT exam, and test-taking skills
- Content is uniquely organized, containing sections that specifically address each category of client needs, along with the integrated concepts and process identified in the NCLEX-RN test plan
- Practice questions help users develop the reading, critical thinking, and analytic skills they need to succeed on the exam
- Makes further study easier with specific references for every question
- Contains a comprehensive exam consisting of 300 questions representative of the percentages identified in the NCLEX-RN test plan
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Not that easy to use and the content is disorganized. For the $ I was not impressed.