Saturday, July 2, 2011

Best Book for your Review

Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN® Examination has been called “the best NCLEX exam review book ever for RN and LVN/LPN graduate.” This two books will help you to prepare for your next important professional goal, becoming a licence vocational nurse or to be a registered nurse. it will provide you with everything that you need to ready your self for the NCLEX-RN exam. This products include materials that is required specific strengths, areas in need of improvement, or clinical experience during the Nursing program. This two products designed to assist you in achieving your goal of becoming a registered nurse. This textbook will provide you with comprehensive review to the new 2010 test plan for the NCLEX-RN examination, which is implemented by the NCSBN or National Council of State Board of Nursing. This resources will help you achieve success on your Nursing examination during nursing and on the NCLEX-RN examination.

This books contains 20 units and 77 chapter. The chapters are designed to identify specific components of nursing content, and they contain practice questions, both multiple choice and alternate item formats, that reflect the chapter content and the 2010 test plan for NCLEX-RN exam. and the final unit is about 75 practice question. Review for the NCLEX-RN examination includes the kind of question that consistently test the critical thinking skills necessary to pass today's NCLEX exam. Each of Questions includes the correct answer and complete rationale for each questions, the test taking strategy to help you developed techniques in answering or locating the correct and best answer. All alternate Item-format are included, with multiple response, prioritizing, fill-in-the blank figures and illustration, chart exhibit, and audio question to prepare you for the wide variety of question types on NCLEX-RN examination. 

Distribution of Content for New NCLEX-RN 2010 Test Plan
The percentage of test questions assigned to each Client Needs category and subcategory of the NCLEX-RN.Test Plan is based on the results of the  Report of Findings from the 2008 RN Practice Analysis: Linking the NCLEX-RN.

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