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Posted January 26, 2014
This book came highly recommended by classmates and I see why. Very informative and loved that the rationales are understandable. Love also that a CD comes with it so that I can practice some questions at work.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted January 24, 2014
Torn -M.S- chapter 1
The bed creaked as June rolled over. An orange blanket wrapped itself around her as she stretched and yawned. "Breakfast!" Yowled a feminine voice from downstairs. June rubbed her sleepy brown eyes as she sat up in her bed. Outside, the world was blanketed with thin layer of snow as white puffs twirled down to the ground. Somewhere in the distance, a bark echoed through the valley of Home Oak Valley. June closed her eyes. Summer wrapped its warmth around her as memories of her mothers soft wavy brown hair swirled around June. A loud knock brought June out of her inside world. "Come in," she practically yawned. A chunky woman came in. Jolliness seemed to be written all over her face as the maid walked in. "Juney baby, time to get up!" She said, her voice as sweet as can be. A moan escaped Junes lips even though deep down inside, excitement of the day ahead bubbled in her. "Lissy, can you choose an outfit for me today?" June mumbled as she slumped out from the coziness of her bed. Lissy was humming to herself, her round cheeks rosy, her forehead wribkled from age. "Sure thing miss. Now go wash up my beautiful, time to go to school soon!" Lissy sang. Stumbling to the bathroom, June slumped to the mirror. As she looked up at her reflection, she saw a mess of blonde hair that seemed to get darker at the roots, and an unwahsed face. Cold water hit her from behind. The sound of footsteps running out of the room could easiky be heard. "James Albert Kenneth!" June yowled after him. Laughter bounced off the hallway walls. Suddenly, the laughter was gone. The lights began to flicker. Then, everything went black. M.S
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Posted November 26, 2013
This is an amazing review book for the NCLEX! The level of each
This is an amazing review book for the NCLEX! The level of each question challenged my critical thinking ability, especially since the questions are at the application, analysis, synthesis, & evaluation level. The rationales are excellent in providing an in-depth explanation and content review. The chapters are divided into specific topics with a test at the end of each chapter and 6 comprehensive tests that really prepared me for the NCLEX exam.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.