Mosby's Questions & Answers for NCLEX-PN
Mary O. Eyles
Mosby, 1999 - Medical - 280 pages
Students will be prepared on test day with MOSBY'S QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS FOR NCLEX-PNŽ. This comprehensive review manual covers the core clinical areas: medical-surgical, maternal/child, and psychiatric/mental health nursing. Each question is updated to reflect current practice and includes rationales for correct and incorrect options. A free disk with over 100 additional questions simulates the NCLEX-PN, giving students the confidence needed to pass the Boards.
* Approximately 2,000 questions provide extensive practice and review. * Review questions are grouped by subtopic for the specific clinical area, while the two comprehensive exams are integrated. * Rationales of all options for each question reinforce learning and clarify misconceptions. * All questions are presented in the stand-alone format that will be used on the NCLEX-PN to familiarize students with the kind of questions they will encounter on the Boards. * All questions are coded for nursing process, client need, cognitive level, and level of difficulty, so students can evaluate specific strengths and weaknesses. * Contains a free disk with over 100 additional questions.
(Includes a FREE disk)
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