Review for NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN
|NCLEX - Discussion Forum
A bulletin style discussions forums for the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN exams. If you are about to take the exam, we will try to assist you in your preparation. If you have taken the exam already, please share your experiences with other users of this forum.
|NCLEX Made Ridiculously Simple
I have written several best selling books for medical students and this is my first venture into the "nursing world". NCLEX Made Ridiculously Simple is the shortest, most easy to read, yet comprehensive nursing review you can find. Updated yearly! See sample pages and student comments here.
|Medical Book Club
Here you find my personal recommendations for reviewing the NCLEX-RN and NCLEX-PN exams. You will receive a much higher score if you know exactly what to study. Then visit the Medical Fiction section for the latest in medical novels and thrillers. 20-30% off list price on select titles if you order online!
|About Andreas Carl
I was born in Berlin, Germany and received my Medical Diploma at the Freie Universität Berlin. After several years of postdoctoral research at UNSOM, I decided to "reactivate" my medical training and took the US medical board exams. Click here if you want to see my photos and complete list of publications or send me an e-mail.
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NCLEX = National Council Licensure Examination. CAT = Computerized Adaptive Testing. NCSBN = National Council of State Boards of Nursing, develops the NCLEX exam. Nursing Board Exam: Review Course. For nursing students: Books: NCLEX Made Ridiculously Simple. Medical nursing, surgical nursing, maternity nursing, pediatric nursing and psychiatric nursing. Nursing process:Assessment -> Analysis -> Planning -> Implementation -> Evaluation -> Client Education. Internal Medicine, Gynecology, Obstetrics, Pediatrics, Neurology, Psychiatry and Surgery. Published by MedMaster Inc., Miami, Florida.