5 Successful Tips on Passing the NCLEX Next Time
22Oct, 2019

From Failure to Success: 5 Successful Tips on Passing the NCLEX Next Time

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After attempting your National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) exam, have you ever experienced that out of 265 questions, you couldn’t even write 100 questions right and eventually failed the exam? It is understandable that you must be very upset and shocked during that period of time when you checked your result in the mail or on-screen and saw the word ‘FAILED’ written in bold across it. All that time spent on reviewing and studying the sample questions while preparing for NCLEX went to waste. Anyone going through this can’t help […]
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Common NCLEX Mistakes To Avoid
8Oct, 2019

Common NCLEX Mistakes To Avoid

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It will take all you have to get through. The number of skills you will be tested for makes this test even more complicated, and maybe the toughest you will ever come across. After all, it is about preparing yourself for such a crucial job of saving lives. Nurses have played this indispensable role of aid to the patient in all spheres that have required medical attention. You may even say that nursing is a noble job, as believed by a large number of people in the USA.  So when […]
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The Next Big Thing in NCLEX Study
24Sep, 2019

The Next Big Thing in NCLEX Study

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The NCLEX is an integral part of any and every nurse’s career. It determines whether or not you’ll receive your nursing licensure which in turn makes adequate preparation vital. Although nursing students have already proven their merit and competence in the clinical setting, passing the NCLEX is mandatory if you are keen to become a registered nurse officially. It is a standardized, computer-based test that you can take year-round in Canada or the US. It is absolutely attainable for any nursing school graduate although your performance in nursing school won’t […]
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How to pass the NCLEX the first time?
10Sep, 2019

How to pass the NCLEX the first time?

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The principal purpose of The National Council Licensure Examination is to determine whether or not it’s safe for you to begin practice as an entry-level nurse. Being thoroughly application and analysis based it is significantly different from any other exam you may have taken at the nursing school, although graduating from one is itself an immense accomplishment. That said, it is essential to take this test if you wish to become a registered nurse. And, if you are taking it for the first time, here is a quick guide that […]
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Things you need to know about the NCLEX examination
27Aug, 2019

Things you need to know about the NCLEX Examination

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Planning to take the NCLEX examination? Here’s a quick guide to ensure you know everything there is to know. What is the NCLEX examination? The National Council Licensure Examination is a nationwide examination to determine whether or not you are ready to begin practice as an entry-level nurse in the United States and Canada since 1982 and 2015 respectively.  After you graduate from a nursing school, where you’ve mostly taken knowledge-based exams, you may appear for the NCLEX examination to receive your nursing license. This determines how critically you can […]
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NCLEX SATA Questions
4Oct, 2016

Select All That Apply

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Here’s 20 Select All That Apply Questions for NCLEX! Take out your pencil and paper to check your answers with rationale below. Many of us struggle with NCLEX style SATA questions but the key to answering them is simple, you have to know your NCLEX content. That’s it. If you don’t know your content there’s no strategy that can help you but when you know your content, there’s no test that can stop you!  It’s that simple. Our NCLEX DVD Self-Study Program is your #1 resource to help you break-down and understand […]
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RhoGAM & Pregnancy
27Sep, 2016

RhoGAM & Pregnancy

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In this video review we are looking at RhoGAM and RH Factor in the terms of maternity nursing! This is very important for NCLEX so make sure to take notes. If you our full Self Study Program you will find this in your student workbook.  Thank you for studying with ReMar Review! Remember to like the ReMar Review on Facebook for our latest updates from Regina MSN, RN. Each Tuesday we’ll feature on of our easy to understand lesson to help you get ready for NCLEX #TeachableTuesday #NCLEXReview If your […]
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NCLEX questions about Congestive Heart Failure
20Sep, 2016

Congestive Heart Failure

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Today’s NCLEX Review is all about Congestive Heart Failure!  This review is taken directly from our DVD Self Study Program which gives you our comprehensive NCLEX Lectures plus, student workbooks, and practice questions.  Today we’ll cover patient tests, medications, nursing interventions, and NCLEX questions about Congestive Heart Failure all within the next 8 minutes!  Click play and let’s get started.   What are the (3) Tests for patients suspected of having Congestive Heart Failure? 1. 2. 3. If your patient has a Pro BNP of 400, what medication would be […]
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Gestational Diabetes
20Sep, 2016

Gestational Diabetes

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Gestational diabetes is glucose intolerance that begins during pregnancy. Hyperglycemia occurs because the placental hormones cause insulin resistance in the mother. The risk factors for gestational diabetes include: 25 years or older Overweight Family history of diabetes African, Hispanic, or Native American Previous baby 9lbs or greater Signs of gestational diabetes: Polyuria Polydipsia Polyphagia Diagnosis: Fasting glucose test greater 126 mg/dL (no calorie intake for 8 hrs) or 3 hour glucose tolerance test How gestational diabetes affects the baby: Born overweight Experience hypoglycemia after birth Treatment includes: Blood glucose monitoring […]
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13Sep, 2016

Heroin & Nursing Interventions for NCLEX

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The two adults and child pictured above were not involved in a car wreck but their lives where very much in danger.  The officer who pulled them over noticed the driver’s head was bobbing, his speech was unintelligible and he had pinpoint pupils. He managed to tell the officer he was taking the female passenger to the hospital.  When the officer reached inside the vehicle to turn off the engine, he then noticed the boy in the backseat.  EMS personnel were called to the scene and revived both adults with […]
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