2 Books in 1 Q&A Course Review NCLEX(R) prep
Master the fundamentals of nursing while developing your critical thinking and test-taking skills. More than 1,340 classroom-tested, NCLEX-style questions--including more than 440 alternate-item-format questions--reflect the latest advances in medical technology as well as the most recent guidelines and standards of care for nursing practice. An easy-to-follow format organizes information into 24 content areas. Each question provides answers and rationales for correct and incorrect responses and strategies for how to develop your critical-thinking skills. Redeem the Plus Code inside new, printed texts to access your DavisPlus online instructor and student resources, including your Davis Digital Version, your complete text online, as well as two, 75-question course exit exams.
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"e;We have used your products for students to help increase critical thinking skills, prepare for NCLEX and course exams, and for review of nursing content. We recommend students purchase the Success Series and review the content and questions for remediation and to enhance nursing knowledge. The terminology at the beginning of each chapter provide key terms for the students to review before answering questions. The books are all encompassing in regards to what students need to review across the curriculum. We love them "e; - Louise Outlaw, Instructor at Brown Mackie College, St.Louis
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