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After learning all you did in nursing school, how in the world do you know what will be on the NCLEX-RN® exam? Where do you even start studying? Well, check out our free study guides for the NCLEX-RN® exam and you’ll have a good idea. We’ve analyzed resources from the test producers to give you a reliable breakdown of concepts covered on the test. Then, you can develop your own study plan, including using our practice questions and flashcards!
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Table of Contents
Sections of the NCLEX-RN Exam
Basic Care and Comfort
Attending to basic client care and comfort is an important role of an effective nurse. There are many facets of this type of care and this Basic Care and Comfort study guide provides an outline of things to consider. Be sure to access further information about topics with which you are unfamiliar.
Health Promotion and Maintenance
Part of your job as a nurse will be to help clients toward better health. This involves not only recovering from a current illness or condition, but also helping them to be less likely to need similar medical services in the future. The questions concerning health promotion and maintenance comprise about 6 to 12% of the entire test and this Health Promotion and Maintenance study guide will help you prepare for them.
Management of Care
A big part of a nurse’s job is managing the care of clients and this is quite a large responsibility. There are many concepts you’ll need to know to address this type of question on the NCLEX-RN® Exam, which make up about 17 to 23% of the entire test. This Management of Care study guide will help you know what types of things to review before test day.
Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies
A large portion of nursing activities relate to the administration of pharmaceutical and parenteral therapies. There are many things to remember while engaging in these activities to both ensure proper client progress and to guard client safety. This Pharmacological and Parenteral Therapies study guide outlines the important content in this area of nursing.
Most clients require care for physiological conditions and illnesses. These conditions and illnesses can vary greatly in severity and type. It is vital that a nurse be able to meet each client’s needs and this may involve a great number of varied tasks and procedures. This Physiological Adaptation study guide will help you prepare for test questions involving the physiological care of clients.
Psychosocial aspects client conditions impact all parts of the healthcare process. It is important for a nurse to consider mental health factors when interacting with clients, so this test includes questions of this nature at the rate of about 6 to 12%. Reviewing the material in this Psychosocial Integrity study guide will help you find out what you’ll be expected to know in this area to do well on the NCLEX-RN® Exam.
Reduction of Risk Potential
It is a major goal of healthcare to reduce and/or eliminate any risk to its clients. As a nurse, there is a lot you can do in this regard. This Reduction of Risk Potential study guide outlines the areas in which the nurse’s role is vital in reducing the potential for risk.
Safety and Infection Control
When a client is under your care, he or she expects to be kept safe, both physically and in terms of avoiding new illnesses and infections. Part of your job as a nurse will be to see that all safety measures are in place to keep all of your clients at low risk of harm. This Safety and Infection Control study guide provides you with an outline of concepts you need to know to do well on this type of question on the NCLEX RN® Exam which makes up about 9 to 15% of the test.
With our study guides as a basis, we hope you’ve been able to cover all the content you might see on the actual NCLEX-RN® exam and that you’ll feel really ready on test day. We certainly wish you the best of luck and hope to hear from you when you’ve finished. Check us out on Facebook, Pinterest, YouTube, Instagram, and Twitter. Or send us a note with your news at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’d love to hear from you!