Local Nursing Board Exams Tips

by Anna Katharina on October 20, 2009

in Nurse Quad,Review,School


The next local nursing board examinations for nursing will be on the last week of November 2009. I took my nursing board examinations in December 2003. I have been teaching nursing students since 2005 and as I read board examination review questions, I find them at times hard for me to answer even if I have taught most of the major subjects in nursing care management.

Staying focus and being diligent in reading review questions is one of the main keys in preparing yourself for the local nursing board examinations. Its like exercising your mind everyday to read nursing board type examination questions because on the day of the exam itself you will probably tackle at least 500 questions in a span of 6-8 hours. At the same time analyze each question in choosing the best answer.

You have to get used to it, which is reading and analyzing questions. Take this practice everyday, 100 questions in a span of 1- and a half hour or 9o minutes, an average of answering one question per minute.

For now, I think it is the best you can do, answering and analyzing board examination type questions, rather than reading lecture notes. Application of test taking strategies will also be of help.

For more local board examination tips, take this from littlenars.com , a June 2009 board passer.

Nursing Board Exam Tips 01: Current Health Issues

Nursing Board Exam Tips 02: Starting Out by LittleNars

How to start reviewing for the board exam? (the LittleNars way)

Nursing Board Exam Tips 03: During review hours…

Nursing Board Exam Tips 04: On questions…

Nursing Board Exam Tips O5: The Power of Elimination

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annalie nacario October 20, 2009 at 3:36 pm

ate,now ko lang na read un bday bash mo..teary eyes ako kc na miss ko un kainan n kwentuhan..alam mo nman ako like ko un mga ganyan events jan sa bhay..ganito tlaga pag nag work ka abroad i dont like holidays kc alam ko na miss ko nnman yan jan sa PInas..i like ur new pix!!Bravo!!new image na ang Ate ko..hehehehe

Anna Katharina October 20, 2009 at 10:42 pm

@ta lie: All the things you have been going through will have good results in the end. Just wait and see. I am sure all will be for the better.

Vicente Reyes January 29, 2016 at 3:47 am

Hello!
My son just graduated from Fatima University there in the Philippines and had just taken the Philippine Nursing Board Exam. Sad to say he didn’t pass. Well, I’m writing this message seeking assistance/help, I want to buy him the books he needs to study/review before he retakes the exam again. PLEASE HELP ME, DIRECT ME TO WHICH WEBSITE I SHOULD GO TO TO BUY AND WHICH MATERIALS HE NEEDS.

THANK YOU

Anna Katharina May 7, 2016 at 12:50 pm

@ Vicente Reyes Hello Mr Reyes! The best strategy for him is to attend a reputable nursing review school. He has to attend review sessions diligently. Keep on reading review questions again and again. Focus on the review. Let go of internet gaming and social media activities etc.
There are lots of nursing review questions available in the net. I am sure, he has the knowledge, diligence and attitude during review is essential.Tell him to email me for any questions. Thank you.

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