Board Vitals is an exam preparation and review question bank for MD students (NBME shelf exams), DO students (Comlex level 1), and nursing students (NCLEX-RN). The question bank includes up-to-date explanations and answers from the literature and gives detailed feedback and assessment of users' progress.
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You will get a confirmation email with a link to activate your subscription. You must click this link to authenticate your account and get access to the free question banks. If you do not you will likely try and sign in and get a notification that you need to pay to access the question banks - which you do not for the NBME Shelf exams, Comlex Level 1, and NCLEX-RN banks which MSU Libraries has subscribed to.
Prepare for the NCLEX with this fun, full-color review! Illustrated Study Guide for the NCLEX-RN® Exam, 9th Edition uses colorful drawings and mnemonic cartoons to cover the nursing concepts and content found on the NCLEX-RN examination.
This pocket-sized guide provides nursing students with more than 300 frequently tested NCLEX-RN exam terms, including generic names and brand names, drug family, nursing considerations, and side effects, as well as an appendix of medical abbreviations.
Master the critical-thinking and test-taking skills you need to excel on the prioritization, delegation, and management questions on the NCLEX-RN®. Over 1,000 questions in the text and on DavisPlus focus only on prioritization, delegation, and management of care issues pertaining to individual and multiple clients with an emphasis on alternate-format-item questions. Three sections provide you with three great ways to study. In the first section, you'll find individual and multiple client care-focused scenario questions organized by disease process with rationales and test-taking hints. The second section features seven clinical case scenarios with open-ended, NCLEX-style questions. The third section is a comprehensive, 100-question exam.