Nursing Students Surpassing NCLEX Exam—99% Pass Rate
Nursing students have to pass a test called NCLEX before becoming a Registered Nurse, and many will fail when not properly prepared. NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN 3rd Edition prepares nursing students by providing the top medications they may find on the NCLEX exam.
Nursing professor Leslie Jennings has over 17 years of experience as a registered nurse and works in Houston, TX. She states, "I highly endorse this book. I found the content straight to the point and easy to remember. My students that use this book do very well on NCLEX."
The book has found many favorable reviews with nursing students. Nancy B. Bell, a registered nurse in Chicago, IL, says, “I wish I found this book earlier. It has saved me a lot of time studying medications. It is well-written and has a lot of review questions.”
NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN 3rd Edition has managed to find its way to the top of two categories on Amazon. The book was listed on Amazon as the #1 seller for nursing pharmacology and #1 seller for nursing test prep material. Nursing schools have also supported this book as a way to increase their NCLEX pass rates.
Writer Jonathan Small is a certified nursing instructor and author of NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN 3rd Edition. He has over 13 years of healthcare experience. “Medications are one of the difficult parts of nursing school and the NCLEX exam. This book focuses on the important medications and how to pass NCLEX,” said Small.
It is worth mentioning that there are other larger, well-known publishers that have published books to help nursing students. Publishers such as McGraw Hill, Kaplan, and Mosby’s are recognized for their test preparation material.
Noting that students who have already used NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN 3rd Edition have a reported 99% NCLEX pass rate, it would be of value for nursing students to consider this resource.
For further information about NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN 3rd Edition, please visit Amazon.com or www.nclexpreceptor.com.
Small, Jonathan. NCLEX Questions: Top Meds on NCLEX RN. 3 ed. Atlanta: 2014.