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Unlimited, Online, Nursing Entrance Tests Available 24/7

Written by kimmel52 on December 9, 2009 – 9:34 pm

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Now there are available online, all the tests and practice tests that students need to be able to pass such tests as the HESI, The TEAS, HESI A2, and the NET.  These tests simulate the actual computerized tests and help prepare the student to pass with high scores.  Just go to the Nurses Learning Center and read more about the wonderful options that await those struggling to find reliable testing material that will help them to not only prepare for the Nursing Entrance Test, but pass the first time with high scores.
Students need some extra help in studying for the various tests that are currently out there. Unfortunately there is not enough reliable resources on the internet to help students sufficiently prepare for the nursing entrance tests. Even the companies that produce them, such as ATI, (ERI World), and others do not give students the necessary information. The only online practice tests that they give are such that the student has only a few hours or days to practice, then the service is turned off. The fee is sizable for their service. Here at the Nurses Learning Center, students can access tests that include Anatomy and Physiology, Biology, Chemistry, English Grammar, Reading Comprehension, and Mathematics. Over one thousand questions and answers are available to the students. They can track their test scores and determine their weak points. There is no limit, and the service does not terminate. The student can simply access the internet then  begin their practice testing anytime throughout the day or night.

The best way to study is the right way to study.  The online tutorial testing is user friendly.   Students can log in at www.nurseslearningcenter.com/testing
All the student has to do is to choose a user name and password when they purchase the online product. This will be their password each time that they log in, no matter where they are.  Start studying today.


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How We Learn,The Nursing Entrance Test – Psychological Profile Test

Written by kimmel52 on October 29, 2009 – 6:04 am

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The Nursing Entrance Test – Psychological Profile Test

Anyone who takes the Nursing Entrance Test must take the psychological profile assessment upon completion of the math and reading comprehension sections. This assessment includes questions that may seem too personal for some people to comfortably divulge on topics that ask about details of their personalities, finances and emotions. Many of us are not predisposed to giving out details of our lives and about who we really are.

The first thing that the student is told when taking this assessment is that there are no points added or deducted for answers. Basically, the assessment section, as personal as it may seem, is actually used for statistical analysis. In other words, a study is done by compiling all of the information from everyone who has taken the Nursing Entrance Test and a profile of the typical nursing student emerges. This data is also stored for a period of time to be able to track those behaviors and personalities that are the most successful in the nursing program.

You and I may never be privy to this information or know what characteristics a typical nursing student embodies, except the company that is hired to do the analysis and the nursing schools. Therefore the best advice that can be given to someone who is about to take the Nursing Entrance Test is to Read more »


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Nursing School Education

Written by kimmel52 on September 17, 2008 – 5:42 am

During recent decades, in many parts of the developed world, the emphasis on education has replaced the more practically focused, but often ritualistic, training structure of conventional practitioner preparation. Educational pathways stress a broader awareness of other disciplines allied to medicine, often involving Inter-professional education, and the utilization of research when making clinical and managerial decisions. Orthodox training can be argued to have offered a more intense practical skills base, but emphasized the hand maiden relationship with the physician. This is now outmoded, and the impact of nurse education is to develop a confident, inquiring graduate practitioner who contributes to the care team as an equal. However, not all qualification courses yet have graduate status. It is possible to link recent developments in nurse education with feminism and the rising status of women in professional roles elsewhere.Traditionally, from the times prior to Florence Nightingale, nursing was seen as an apprenticeship, often undertaken in religious orders such as convents by young females, although there has always been a proportion of male nurses, especially in mental health services. In 1860 Nightingale set up the first nurse training school at St Thomas’ Hospital, London. Nightingale’s curriculum was largely base around nursing practice, with instruction focused upon the need for hygiene and task competence. Her methods are reflected in her “Notes on Nursing”, (1898).
Some other nurses at this time, notably Ethel Bedford-Fenwick, were in favor of formalized nursing registration and curriculum that were formally based in higher education and not within the confines of hospitals.

In contrast, nurse education in the United States has almost exclusively been conducted within university schools, although it is unclear who offered the first degree level program. So far as known Yale School of Nursing became the first autonomous school of nursing in the United States in 1923. In Europe the University of Edinburgh was the first European institution to offer a nursing degree in 1972.

Within the profession of nurse teaching, arguments continue about the ideal balance of practical preparation to do the job in a hands-on way with the need to educate the future practitioner to manage healthcare and to see “the bigger picture”. To meet these requirements, nurse education aims to develop and nurture a lifelong learner who can adapt effectively to changes in both the theory and practice of nursing.
Keep in mind that to begin the process of getting into nursing school you must first pass either the N.E.T, the HESI or the TEAS.  The best way to begin studying is to start practicing online preparation tests.  You can do this at the Nurses Learning Center, where you have unlimited access to testing software, where you can keep track of your scores and where you only have to pay one fee to access all the test for as long as you want.


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