Saunders Strategies for Success for the NCLEX-PN® Examination
An excellent companion to any review and testing product, this book helps you prepare for the Boards or for any exam throughout the nursing curriculum. Strategies include information on analyzing the question, key words, absolute terminology, distractors, and more. Part of the Saunders Pyramid to Success, this study tool also includes test-taking strategies for specific question types including true-or-false response, prioritization, communication, pharmacology, leadership, and delegation questions. A companion CD-ROM features 500 practice questions for additional study.
Please check out these other great NCLEX-PN® review books from Linda Silvestri:
. Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-PN® Examination (9781416000525)
. Saunders Q & A Review for the NCLEX-PN® Examination (9781416029120)
. Saunders Q & A Review Cards for the NCLEX-PN® Exam (9780721603926)
- Short chapters and a casual writing style help students understand key concepts involved in preparing for the NCLEX-PN examination.
- Two-color design with fun illustrations and cartoons help to lighten the reader's mood.
- Information about the new 2005 NCLEX-PN test plan is included.
- Pyramid Points emphasize important content.
- Examples show strategies for specific question types and areas of the NCLEX-PN test plan.
- Alternate item formats are included throughout the text and CD-ROM to help students become accustomed to the new question styles.
- FEATURES OF CD-ROM:
- 500 practice questions are included, with 205 from the book and 295 more on the CD.
- Study and Exam modes are offered the Study mode lets students view their results immediately, and the Exam mode provides results upon completion with results including the correct answer, rationale, strategy, and a text reference.
- Questions may be selected from a specific content area, a category of integrated concepts and processes, or a category of client needs to allow students to focus their practice.
- A drop-down calculator helps students answer questions that require a medication calculation.
By Linda Anne Silvestri, MSN, RN, Assistant Professor of Nursing, Salve Regina University, Newport, RI; President, Nursing Reviews, Inc. and Professional Nursing Seminars, Inc., Charlestown, RI