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3 Ways to Answer the “Why Do You Want to be a Nurse?” Question
When asked, “why do you want to be a nurse?” gather your thoughts first. Take your time answering. You can take several steps to plan...
EP 214: How to Land Your First Nursing Job With Benjamin Baker
It’s totally normal to feel both excited and nervous about starting your first shift as a Registered Nurse. Take a deep breath and remember...
6 Good Reasons to Become a Nurse Today
With a nursing degree, you’re qualified with just about any specialty in nursing. Plus, you can constantly shift careers until you find one...
10 Skills Nursing Students Must Have to Succeed as a Nurse
As a student nurse, you are there to learn everything in nursing school. You’ll probably feel clueless when you start, so be ready to seek...
10 Best Jobs for Nursing Students in Need of Extra Income
Having a part-time job as a student nurse is helpful in your career. For one, it enhances your skills as a future nurse. It also allows you to work...
5 NCLEX Myths That Are Holding You Back
According to gossip, the more “select all that applies” or SATA choices given to you mean you are passing the exam. But are you,...
Preparing for the Future: 4 Educational Paths for Nursing Professionals
Nurses have a lot of flexibility when it comes to the kind of work they can do, and how they can attain the education they need to qualify for their...
Should You Volunteer as a Student Nurse?
Before volunteering, you should also consider the responsibilities that it comes with. As a student nurse volunteer, you will be dealing with...
How to Avoid NCLEX Prep Burnout
Break your studies into parts, especially if you are dealing with an important topic. It will help you master the content as you go and avoid NCLEX...
6 Study Habits of Successful Nursing Students
To be successful with your study habits, create a calendar to determine the hours of studying. If you do not plan your time, it’s easy to...
8 Challenges That Student Nurses Face
One of the challenges that student nurses face after graduation is the training. If you think you are done with nursing school, think again!
What’s in a Nurse’s Bag?: 6 Must-have Items
As a student nurse, I was an avid collector of colored pens for my notes. I always had highlighters, pencils, erasers, liquid markers, etc.
3 Steps of the NCLEX Exams Process That You Shouldn’t Miss
Before taking the said exams, it’s best to understand how the process goes. Here are the three steps of the NCLEX exams process that you...
6 Qualities of a Good Nursing Student
As a nursing student, you must be someone who is caring by nature. You did decide to become a nurse, so it is a given that you have a caring and...
Survival Tips for Nursing School: 4 Ways to Go
Becoming a nurse is a noble profession, but you must survive nursing school first to become one.
How to Pass Nursing School Like a Pro
Passing nursing school is your ticket to a beautiful nursing career. Knowing how to pass it will help you achieve those goals. And if you are...
8 Strategies to Pass Nursing School
To be a full-pledge nurse, you must begin with the nursing school first. Passing this stage will help you reach your goals in this...
Types of Nursing Specialties You Will Enjoy as a Nurse
The nursing profession is a vast field. There are plenty of nursing areas where you can work and grow your career as a nurse. Find out what areas...
Good Nursing Personality Traits You Should Have
Having good nursing personality traits makes your job easier. You can work better with colleagues and other healthcare workers. Your personality...
Challenges of a Nurse: What it Takes to be One
Anyone can be a nurse and do nursing jobs but to take on the challenges of a nurse takes a lot of courage and heart! Here’s how to do...
How Does it Feel to Take the NCLEX
The NCLEX is not an easy exam. You need to pass the NCLEX to become a registered nurse. Stress management is important in passing the NCLEX.
NCLEX Tips and Strategies
The goal is to take the NCLEX as soon as possible after graduation and pass on the first attempt. Take the NCLEX 1-2 months from graduation.
How to Study for the NCLEX
Study hard and efficiently, and aim to take the NCLEX 1-2 months from your 1st study day and within 3 months of graduation.
What is the NCLEX
The NCLEX exam is a computerized test made up of multiple-choice questions that must be answered in multiple formats.
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