Need the most efficient supplemental tool for your NCLEX-RN ® prep? NCLEX-RN overall provides over 3000 NCLEX flashcards. And this class provides a subset that covers the most important Fundamentals content based on the latest NCLEX-RN Test Plan.
Beyond Fundamentals, here's an overview of ALL the NCLEX-RN ® classes available in Brainscape!
Overwhelmed by all the study resources for the NCLEX-RN ® Nursing exam? Do you wish someone would just tell you the most important stuff to know and you could actually remember it? Stop wasting precious time and let us help you make your NCLEX studying BETTER & FASTER.
Brainscape’s NCLEX-RN course was developed by Justine Buick (“The NCLEX Tutor”), an experienced Registered Nurse, and owner of KoaPine Tutoring & Test Prep who works with nursing students of all levels. Justine recognized that many students struggled with understanding and retaining basic nursing content, even after they had just finished nursing school or completed a review course. She knew there had to be a better way to study!
Justine used her 6 years of experience teaching nursing students content and strategies to create a flashcard content course that covers the most common topics seen on the NCLEX exam. She simplified topics and incorporated lots of images into the flashcards for greater understanding.
Justine has spent several years reviewing all the different NCLEX prep resources and Q-banks. Brainscape's NCLEX Flashcard course was developed to be used on it's own or to reinforce topics learned in other review courses such as Klimek Review, Hurst Review, Remar Review, Simple Nursing or RegisteredNurseRN. Take the content you learn and apply it to NCLEX-style question apps such as Uworld or NCLEX Mastery app.
This NCLEX course contains over 3,000 flash cards that provide a review of the most common content for topics on the NCLEX-RN Test Plan: Fundamentals, Management of Care, Safety and Infection Control, Pharmacology, Adult Health, Mental Health, Maternity, and Pediatrics. There is emphasis on the why, so you aren’t just memorizing, but also understanding.
One of the biggest complaints is: How Do I Study Meds?! We have included the Top Meds for 2020, along with the most common side effects, adverse reactions and nursing considerations all presented in smaller bite-sized pieces than any other flashcards or review course out there. We have also included a Prioritization and ABC's flashcard deck that quickly tests all the priority topics for the “Who Do You See First” NCLEX-style questions.
Brainscape’s learning scientists from Columbia and Yale spent years developing a complete, scientifically learning platform that uses Confidence-Based Repetition (CBR). This spaces the repetition of each bite-sized concept according to the right interval for YOUR brain. Brainscape also uses a system called Intelligent Cumulative Exposure (ICE), which introduces concepts incrementally, gradually increasing difficulty according to YOUR individualized confidence and knowledge levels.
With Brainscape’s NCLEX-RN flashcards course, you get:
Now go pass the NCLEX with confidence!!
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Review the most common positions and why they are important.
Review the normal lab values.
Review basic assessment techniques and findings for all the systems.
Review the lab that goes with each organ or problem. Be able to interpret what it means when the lab is abnormal.
Review common causes, signs & symptoms and interventions for fluid volume overload and fluid volume deficit.
Review the most causes, signs & symptoms, and interventions of electrolyte imbalances.
Review the 4 different types of acid-base imbalance.
Review what the most common diagnostic tests are for and nursing care.
Review the nursing care before and after a surgery.
Review the different diets for diseases and the electrolytes in foods.
Review the tubes, what they are for, and the nursing care.
Review CAM and the nursing care.
Review the types of IV fluids, how to put an IV in, and complications.
Review the reasons for getting TPN and complications.
Review blood types, administration, and complications.
Review cultural practices and high-risk populations.
Review the psychological stages of development.