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September 09, 2009
Ready to see how you did on the Nursing Calculations quiz?
Answers are in red.
almost 5 years ago
I am a Medical Assistant, I took the calculation quiz and found that taking this quiz I need to study a little longer before trying to enter the course to becoming an RN. I am currently in college taking the pre-req's before entering the actual course. I am wondering should I just try for the LPN course first or just shoot for the stars at becoming an RN. Someone please help me out with this one.
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good quiz, need to brush up on drip factors, thanks and #10 is 0.9ml
Question number 10, the correct answer is 0.8 mL
great review,brought my math thinking skill back, what a wake up call to practice! practice!! practice!!!.
thank you so much for this quiz
This was great I never went to Nursing school and didn't do to bad
Great quiz! Made me think!
Oh my God. I did this quize quickly because I love math. It is so helpfull.
Thank you for posting this questions.
this a great quiz.., i used what i've learned. i adviced to everybody to take this quiz also.., GO GO GO..., very helpful....,
yay i got them all right and i just started nursing school this fall. im pretty proud of myself. thanks
This was a great review, especially since I have to take tests when applying for jobs.
This was a great review.I felt really great when I got my results.Nice to know I've retained a lot.
Great practice - especially for manual calculations. I've recently taken some tests that required me to manually calculate doses, drip rate, and I have to admit that I missed them! There hasn't been a need to do this!
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