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101 Essential Questions for the RN-to-Be

Course Number
101EQRN
Price
24.95
Overview
  101 Essential Questions for the RN-to-Be  

NCLEX®RN Review-Including 
Priority and Delegation

 
 
 

by

Rhonda Gumbs-Savain
and
Derrice Jordan

www.ReadyToPass.com

ReadyToPassInc.
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Phone:516-408-3696

Email:customerservice@readytopass.com

©2017RhondaGumbs-SavainandDerriceJordan.AllRights Reserved.

No part of this book may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted by any means without the written permission of the author.

  IMPORTANT: If you have taken the live, Ready To Pass NCLEX Preparation Course, you received a copy of this book as a part of that course. This is the same book that is used in the live NCLEX course.  NO REFUND!

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 Preface

     101 Essential Questions for the RN-to-Be was written to be an assistive guide for nursing students preparing for NCLEX® LPN or RN.The book was designed to inspire new graduates, foreign nurses and repeat test takers. It was developed as a result of meeting countless nursing students and foreign nurses who desired a review book that was easy to understand.

     The text follows theApril 2016 NCLEX® RN test plan and theApril 2014 NCLEX® LPN test plan and is simplified for your convenience.The authors are not affiliated with the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc (NCSBN), who is the developer of the NCLEX®-RN and LPN exam.The most recent information is provided up to the date of publication.
However, the authors, consultants, editorsand publisher are not responsible for any act committed, or omitted in error as a result of application of the interventions and information provided in this text. Please contact your local state board of nursing and the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) for the most current information and or changes to the NCLEX® exam prior to your test date. NCSBN: 
www.ncsbn.org

     The following test plan structure is copyright of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc.All Rights Reserved.

IMPORTANT: If you have taken the live, Ready To Pass NCLEX Preparation Course, you received a copy of this book as a part of that course. This is the same book that is used in the live NCLEX course.  Do not purchase!  NO REFUND! 

 This course expires in 90 days from date of purchase.
NO REFUND!

 
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  101 Essential Questions for the RN-to-Be  

NCLEX®RN Review-Including 
Priority and Delegation

 
 
 

About the Authors

Rhonda Gumbs-Savain, MSN, BSN, RN Certified Teacher - President-President and founder of Ready to Pass, is a Master’s prepared RN who started her nursing career as a LPN graduate from Hillcrest High School LPN program in Queens, New York. Ms. Savain received her Bachelor’s of Nursing Degree from Downstate Medical Center (SUNY HSCB) in Brooklyn in 1991, and her Master’s in Nursing Administration from Adelphi University in 1999. Ms. Savain is also a teacher of Practical Nursing and Health certified by New York State Education Department and the City of New York. She was nominated for Teacher of the year in April 1999. As a product of a city High School nursing program Ms. Savain realized at an early age the need to train and inspire other upcoming nurses. After serving as a Hospital Corpsman in the United States Naval Reserve she worked as a RN for six years and two years respectively at two major New York City Hospitals. She was an instrumental instructor at Hillcrest High School LPN program where she was responsible for assisting with curriculum revision and development. During this time, Hillcrest maintained the highest NCLEX passing rate of any NYC HS LPN programs. She has taught as an Assistant Professor of nursing for Associate Degree as well as Baccalaureate prepared Registered Nurses. Her experience includes classroom as well as in the clinical setting in New York as well as Georgia. In 2003 Ms. Savain was the visionary that implemented an NCLEX review program to assist foreign nurses, repeat test - takers and new graduate nurses to be successful on the State Board of Nursing licensing exam in all 50 states and over 400 countries. Ms. Savain is also a founder and the Director of Curriculum and Student Development at Transitions Career Institute School of Nursing. 

Derrice Gordon MSN, BSN, RN, FNP – Vice President-Vice President and co-founder, is a Master’s prepared RN with many years of clinical experience. Ms. Gordon began her nursing career in a High School LPN program. She then received her BSN from SUNY Downstate and Master’s from the same University. She has been a nurse since 1985. Ms. Gordon prides herself in the provision of high quality care to her clients and places equal importance on teaching students to become professional and proficient entry level nurses in the healthcare continuum. Mrs. Gordon served as Assistant Head Nurse on a busy Medical - Surgical Unit for 8 years. Through her entrepreneurial spirit she seized an opportunity to engage in the training and enhancement of the nursing student in preparation for passing the NCLEX examination in order, not only to help the student pass the exam on their first attempt, but to help failing schools increase their initial pass rates in order to remain viable businesses. She is also a Family Nurse Practitioner. Since the inception of her company, which she co-owns with the other partner, she has been responsible for salvaging several nursing schools in various states from closing and is directly responsible for over 6000 students passing the NCLEX exam. Mrs. Gordon is also a founder and the Director of Nursing at Transitions Career Institute School of Practical Nursing. 



 

Contributors andConsultants

Patricia A. Mahoney, MSN, RN Nurse Educator Consultants CarverMA

Diana J. Mosley, MA, MEd.,RN LaGuardia Community College LongIsland City, NY

Tracy A. Ortelli, MS,RN Nurse EducatorConsultants New York, NY

Rebecca Rivera Illustrator and Graphic Designer Bronx,NY

 

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Important Contacts

National CouncilofState Boards ofNursing
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(312) 525-3600 (phone)
(312) 279-1032 (fax)
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Locate your local State board of Nursing at::www.ncsbn.org

Office of theProfessions 
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State Education Building2nd Floor
Albany, NY 12234
(518) 474-3817 ext.120 (phone)
(518) 474-3707 (fax)
www.op.nysed.gov

TestingCenters 
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