How to practice for vocabulary on the pre-entrance exams in nursing?

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Contact your instructor to get this information. Good luck.

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Your NP association will know all the practice legalites for you state. Give them a call, or write to them. Both the email and phone # should be listed on the website.

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If you are taking this exam you should be studying for it, so get a general PN/VocN exam review book. These are specifically written to help you pass your boards. In addition to reviewing various concepts that you have studied in your program, the book contain questions from old exams and new ...

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It depends on the state you are licensed with. Some states will require you to take pre-licensing courses but some are not. It is because some states just need some existing certification requirements. Insurance Continuing Education
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