25 multiple choice questions from the Canadian Nursing Exam Review
The nursing exam study material is ideal for international
or Canadian student nurses preparing
to write the Canadian nursing exam.
Topics included in the review:
What kind of learner are you?
Kinesthetic and Tactile
Management of Time, Stress and Distractions
CRNE Structural and Contextual Variables
Understanding Multiple Choice Questions
Writing Multiple Choice Exams
Preparing for Study
Review of the Registered Nurse Competency Categories
Health and Wellness
Changes in Health
Review of Body Systems and Relevant Terminology
Fast facts for quick study
Simulated test questions for practice
Includes a 250 multiple choice exam to test your skills and knowledge.
Writing any type of exam is a stressful event for students as the exam is the gateway to become a certified professional. The nursing profession is complex and diverse and requires a high degree of commitment from the individual who wishes to become a nurse. Commitment to nursing begins even before the first class of the first year of study. An individual doesn’t casually decide to become a nurse, it takes a high level of self-realization and understanding of the depth of commitment needed to become successful and accomplished member of such a challenging profession. But, before we can become a nurse we must learn how to be a nurse through education and experience.
Many nursing students will feel overwhelmed when preparing to write the Canadian Registered Nurse Exam. The extraordinary amount of text books used during your days as a student along with all of the information specifically available regarding writing exams can be daunting for the student. CCACT has developed this course to assist the student nurse to focus and organize their time to develop a successful study plan for exam writing. CCACT has developed a course that focus’ on the expected competencies of a practicing registered nurse; understanding that if the student is able to grasp the fundamentals of practice they will be able to extrapolate, through the use of critical thinking skills, their knowledge and analysis skills to successfully responding to the exam questions.