STUDY TIPS FOR THE NCLEX | NCLEX High Yield
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by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
2w ago
Understand the format of the NCLEX exam: Familiarize yourself with the types of questions that will be on the test and the computerized format in which they will be presented. Use study aids: Utilize NCLEX review sources, flashcards, notes, and practice questions to help you prepare for the exam. Create a study schedule: Plan out a schedule for studying and stick to it. This will help you stay on track and ensure that you cover all the necessary material before the exam. Practice critical thinking: The NCLEX exam tests your ability to think critically and make clinical judgments. Pract ..read more
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WHAT IS THE NCLEX? | NCLEX HIGH YIELD
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
1M ago
The NCLEX (National Council Licensure Examination), is an exam that is used to assess the knowledge and skills of individuals who are seeking to become licensed as nurses. The NCLEX is administered by the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) to determine whether an individual is qualified to practice nursing. The NCLEX exam is designed to test the knowledge, skills, and abilities that are necessary for safe and effective nursing practice. They cover a wide range of topics, including nursing process, high yield systems such as cardio, mental health, GI, and more. Prepar ..read more
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NEXT GEN NCLEX | 2023 NCLEX CHANGES
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
6M ago
The NCLEX exam is anticipated to change effective April 2023. The Next Gen NCLEX will assess clinical judgement and critical thinking.  5 new item types that measure nursing clinical judgment will appear on the Next Gen NCLEX. 1.  Extended Multiple Response 2. Extended Drag and Drop 3. Cloze (Drop – Down) 4. Enhanced Hot Spot (Highlighting) 5. Matrix/Grid (Source: NCSBN) The NGN will introduce new scoring measures: by giving partial scores for items with multiple points  This means that partial scores will be given on SATA questions versus the current incorrect/co ..read more
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ASK GRAPH© | NCLEX HIGH YIELD | NCLEX REVIEW
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by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
6M ago
ASK GRAPH   DR. ZEESHAN'S 8 KEY NCLEX PRIORITIZATION TOPICS AIRWAY SEPSIS K+ (CHANGE IN POTASSIUM)   GLUCOSE LETHARGY / GRUNTING ALTERED MENTAL STATUS PERITONITIS HEMORRHAGE   ..read more
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NCLEX High Yield PODCAST - FREE NCLEX PODCAST
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
9M ago
Welcome to the NCLEX High Yield Podcast, where we will be giving out NCLEX content for your exam, tips and tricks that the boards love to ask, and overall general information on how to study, what to study, and complex topics broken down for you. Whether you're a first time test taker, or a repeat test taker, we have helped people across the globe pass their NCLEX exams. Listen to how Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy and the NCLEX High Yield Team breaks this test down like no one has every showed you! LISTEN HERE   NCLEX High Yield  ..read more
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NCLEX HIGH YIELD - FREE NCLEX REVIEW
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
10M ago
Looking for FREE NCLEX review materials? NCLEX High Yield is here to help! NCLEX High Yield, is a NCLEX prep company, focusing on high yield content and review for the NCLEX exam. Topics such as Cardio, GI, and Mental Health are just some of the few high yield topics that are covered by NCLEX High Yield.  Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy, Founder of NCLEX High Yield hosts a FREE zoom session every Wednesday at 3pm PST.  What can you expect at this free NCLEX review session? Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy talks to students about their NCLEX journeys, and how they have passed their NCLEX.  Dr. Zees ..read more
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4-40s - Quick Tips for the NCLEX - NCLEX High Yield - Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
11M ago
Here is a quick tip from Dr. Zeeshan Hoodbhoy while studying for the NCLEX.   Do 4 sets of 40, not timed and off of tutor mode, taking a 5-7 minute break between each one.   Why? Stimulate the actual exam every day as a part of your routine to build stamina and avoid mental fatigue.   ..read more
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Dr. Zeeshan's Method™ - NCLEX High Yield
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
11M ago
Breaking Down Dr. Zeeshan’s Method ™  Hello blog readers! We all know that Dr. Zeeshan’s Method™ is legendary, but how exactly is it legendary?   It’s because it’s simple. Here is “The Method.”       Read the LAST part of the question first.   Do you ever catch yourself re-reading the question over and over again? Well, this lets you know what the boards are looking for first!       Put it in your own words   Take control of the question and get rid of the complicated words and the extra fluff. Example: Which of the following clients w ..read more
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4 Things To Know While Preparing For The NCLEX Exam
NCLEX High Yield Blog
by Zeeshan Hoodbhoy
11M ago
Preparing for the NCLEX Exam can be a stressful and exciting journey. You're on your way to become a nurse! While you prepare, there's some things that you should keep in mind This test is not meant to be memorized, the content must be understood thoroughly and a lot of students try to memorize UWORLD thinking the test will be exactly the same. This is incorrect. There are many different factors to using a Question Bank that need to be incorporated and understood.   Most students need 6-8 weeks in order to prepare properly for the exam. This means building a daily routine. Studying fro ..read more
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