Category: NCLEX

Nurse to Nurse Report

Pssst…  Dear soon to be and new nurses, Stick with me a moment here, and you’ll get a leg up on something that will make a big difference in your outlook on nursing, your new professional peer relationships, and your...

/ May 17, 2018

“Not in Kansas Anymore”

National Nurses week is a time for the nurses to celebrate the profession they’ve chosen.  The ANA (American Nurses Association) has taken as its theme for the 2018 celebration “Nurses inspire, innovate, influence. ” In my real nursing life, working mostly...

/ May 10, 2018

mLearning and YOU

Disclaimers: Though the app is “mobile” we highly advise not attempting to learn while walking or driving. Concussions aren’t good for your health and studies. Using the app while on the toilet is ill advised due to the risk or...

/ May 3, 2018
computerized testing

Exam Strategies

The strategies you implement during your testing time can have a HUGE impact on your result. Here are four exam strategies to think about now and when it’s time to take the big test!   When you read a question, make a...

/ February 9, 2018

NCLEX RN Simulation FAQs

NCLEX RN Mastery Simulation FAQ topics What is the NCLEX RN Mastery Simulation? How do I access the simulations? What is the difference between Pretest and Posttest? Can I take the simulations more than once? Can I review the questions...

/ January 23, 2018

Select All That Apply and other NCLEX changes

In late 2017, The NCSBN made three changes to their frequently asked questions (FAQs) site on the “What the exam looks like” section. What information do you have about the Special Research Section? Does the NCLEX bold key words in...

/ January 12, 2018

Final exams are coming!

Are you ready? Of course, you are ready! Final exam time? YOU.HAVE.GOT.THIS! Preparing for the exam: You cannot memorize everything. Scan notes and texts for relevant information from exams, class, and clinical practicums. For any topic, focus on nursing care...

/ November 21, 2017

Concept Mastery: Breast Cancer

Breast Cancer isn’t pink or pretty. For women, the most frequent site of a newly diagnosed cancer is the breast, followed by lung and colon. Breast cancer is not as common in men, occurring in roughly 3000 men each year,...

/ October 14, 2017
nurse and patient

Therapeutic Communication

Tips From A Psych Nurse Therapeutic communication is a difficult test area for many student nurses.  Luckily, it’s easier for nurses to “read” a situation in real life than it is to answer these questions on the NCLEX!  In person, you...

/ October 3, 2017

5 Crucial Tips When You Failed the NCLEX

You failed the NCLEX. That is not a fun situation. You know what they say: if at first, you don’t succeed at passing the NCLEX…eat a cupcake (or two), have a good cry and then let it go! Is everyone...

/ June 19, 2017