There are 3 different forms that I know of though. We also have a large comprehensive drug packet we just got the other day so I'm going to go through that a couple times. Did you have a live review? Semi-Fowler's with pillows supporting both arms D. If so do you mind emailing what you need to review. High-Fowler's position with arms supported on the overbed table C.
So, if you make around 70% in the practice quiz, you will be fine. A client who has a fractured femur and reports severe pain C. I will clean the cannula with half-strength peroxide and rinse with saline C. Click on take a new assessment and go through all of the steps until it asks you if you want to begin the assessment or end it. I will try to remember a lot of the questions and post them here, maybe it can help someone.
Now I recently took it and did even worse. A nurse is positioning a client with emphysema to promote effective breathing. Also, when you took the 2013 predictor just for fun, did you find that online somewhere? I woke up early on test morning and read the book, it is pretty thin and I got it done in about 4 hours. However, your results may vary depending on your school. Urine and other secretions will be orange.
I took the 2010 version so I'm not sure if it's changed since then. Did u study for it when u took it out did u just do the practice tests? I need to inspect the stoma for signs of infection or skin irritation B. Content is content, that kinda stuff don't change. Sure it applies to the test you took, but since both versions cover the same material, it will give you a good starting point. You will start to know what kind of answers they are looking for. So, if you make around 70% in the practice quiz, you will be fine.
Thank u, that is helpful to know that some if these questions come up again. Ringing in the ears is expected. Like someone said, it was 180 questions. I honestly think its dumb about how the percentile is calculated into this if people have taken the live review or have taken it multiple times. Has anybody else done anything like this? It keeps each test, ready to go on your assessment test page, so you can have all 19 ready. There wasn't a subject on any question that wasn't addressed by the study guide. Then start over with take a new assessment and enter in a new test code.
What did you do to study? Just click end, and it will susupended the test where you left off till next time. Keep taking them over throughout the semesters. A client who is 12hr postop total hip arthroplasty B. I already reached level 3 so don't need to, but it is a freebie. Which action should the nurse take? A client who is 2hr postop open reduction external fixation of the right radius D. My classmates and I that are in the same sticky situation have gathered and put our minds to the task of remembering the specific questions and answers that we had on the test. The instructor asked us to get 90 % above to graduate, which means basically above level 2.
Its insane, but anyways I was coming here for the first time and looking for any help anyone might be able to provide. The instructor asked us to get 90 % above to graduate, which means basically above level 2. Because we are pretty sure we are gonna retake the exact same test. Trick question: It's all 4. The nurse should place the client in which of the following positions? My friend who graduated it 2009 has some old books, not sure if I should use them The tests are similar just updated questions, u might see a couple of the same questions but they are not necessarily harder. A client who is 8hr postop open surgical appendectomy C.
Suction the oropharyngeal cavity prior to suctioning the endotracheal tube D. A client who is 4hr postop following laproscopic cholecystectomy A nurse is caring for a client in respiratory distress who requires endotracheal suctioning. Thank u, that is helpful to know that some if these questions come up again. I'm getting between 8 and 10 a day done. I tried to tell a few this wasn't a good way to maximize their study time, but they got this advice from the teacher, so went with it.