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NCLEX

Key Steps


    1. Additional Study Material

We keep in touch with our nurses and where we hear that the NCLEX courses are a little light in a subject area we seek to fill this gap. Recently some nurses reported that they felt little anxious about the mathematical aspects of the NCLEX. Here are some links to some extra tests:

http://allnurses.com/nursing-student-assistance/great-websites-to-806520.html
http://www.examsfornursing.com/drug-calculation-methods
http://www.examsfornursing.com/nursing-algorithms
http://nurseslabs.tumblr.com/post/99989896405/drug-dosage-calculations-nclex-exam-2-20-items
http://nursing.jbpub.com/math/nclex_review.cfm
http://www.mightynurse.com/practice-exam-dosage/
http://nurseslabs.com/drug-dosage-calculations-nclex-exam-4-13-items/
http://nurseslabs.com/drug-dosage-calculations-nclex-exam-7-20-items/
http://nurseslabs.com/drug-dosage-calculations-nclex-exam-1-20-items/
http://www.dummies.com/how-to/content/medical-dosage-calculations-for-dummies-cheat-shee.html

    1. Jurisprudence

It is a test of laws and rules of the state of Texas. All licensed nurses should be familiar with the practices and rules under which they are allowed to work.
It is not difficult but don’t be complacent. Ultimately you will need it to get your Authorisation to Test letter from the board of nursing.
Here are some key links which should help:

http://www.tmb.state.tx.us/page/physician-jurisprudence-examination
https://www.bon.texas.gov/licensure_nursing_jurisprudence.asp
https://www.texasjurisprudenceprep.com
http://www.pearsonvue.com/tx/medicalboard/
http://www.cram.com/flashcards/jurisprudence-exam-for-texas-medical-board-836632
http://nursinglaw.blogspot.co.uk/2008/10/what-to-study-when-taking-jurisprudence.html

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