Completely updated to reflect April 2010 test plan changes To become a registered nurse (RN) in the United States, nursing school graduates must pass the NCLEX-RN. Each year, nearly a quarter of a million nursing students take this exam. Kaplan NCLEX-RN is the only book to combine its unique strategy guide with a comprehensive review designed to meet the challenges of this rigorous exam, including: Two practice tests (one in the book and one online) Detailed answer explanations In-depth analysis of NCLEX-RN question types Review of alternate question types Strategies play an important role in passing the NCLEX-RN, which is a critical thinking test requiring students to go beyond simply recognizing facts. In this guide, test-takers will have access to the most effective methods available to guarantee a passing score. With a bold, fresh user-friendly design and more of the most challenging questions, readers of Kaplan NCLEX-RN will be assured and confident on test day.M.! w \Ar*1~.rAr aI Category: Assistive devices (11) The two-point gait is an advanced four-point gait and allows for faster ambulation ... After a manual exam assessment, and an attempt to remove the stool, it would be appropriate to offer a PRNanbsp;...
|Title||:||Kaplan NCLEX-RN 2010-2011 Edition|
|Author||:||Barbara J. Irwin, Judith A. Burckhardt|
|Publisher||:||Kaplan Publishing - 2010-03-09|