If you're studying for the NCLEX PN Nursing Exam, you're going to want the guide to getting the best score you can. Research & Education Associate's "NCLEX-PN Nursing Exam Flashcard Book, 2nd Edition, Premium Edition with Online Quizzes" includes proven techniques from the test-prep experts with 350+ must study test questions, 4 online timed test-readiness quizzes, and 8 online medical reference charts. Premium Edition.
NCLEX-PN Flashcard Book with Online Quizzes
Hundreds of must-know questions cover the topics tested on the exam
REA's NCLEX-PN Flashcard Book with Online Quizzes helps you pass the National Council Licensure Examination for Practical Nurses. It's the perfect companion for anyone studying for the NCLEX-PN.
Written by a critical care nurse with years of practical experience, our must-study questions cover the four major Client Needs categories and six subcategories tested on the NCLEX-PN exam:
Safe and Effective Care Environment
- Coordinated Care
- Safety and Infection Control
Health Promotion and Maintenance
- Basic Care and Comfort
- Pharmacological Therapies
- Reduction of Risk Potential
- Physiological Adaptation
After studying the flashcards in the book, go online and take 4 timed test-readiness quizzes. Each 15-question quiz comes with automatic scoring and diagnostic feedback to help you assess your knowledge and target the areas where you should spend more time studying.
Also included online are 8 medical reference charts you can return to time and again:
o Anatomy I
o Anatomy II
o Medical Abbreviations
o Medical Terms: The Basics
o Medical Terms: The Body
o Muscular System
o Skeletal System
These charts provide quick, easy access to important facts you need to know and are great for last minute review.
REA's NCLEX-PN Flashcard Book helps you pass the exam and get started in your nursing career!
Rebekah Warner is a Registered Nurse (RN) with a Baccalaureate of Science in Nursing (BSN) degree. Upon graduation from the nursing program at Roberts Wesleyan College in Rochester, NY, Rebekah moved to central Florida where she accepted her first position as an RN in the medical cardiology department of a large local hospital.
Her next position found her at a smaller community hospital in the area, where she is currently employed on the Progressive Care Unit (PCU). The PCU is designed for the care of clients being treated for various critical conditions that are stable enough to be cared for outside of the Intensive Care Unit (ICU).
Aside from this work, Rebekah has written review notes for basic college chemistry to be used for students who are preparing to take the College-Level Examination Program’s (CLEP) Chemistry examination.