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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
14/14. Great way to keep up with your skills. Thanks
not bad for not using a calculator.
Trying to learn calculations as I enter into this new career. Seeing that everything is pre-dosed and we no longer have to calculate, it's still a good idea to keep on our toes and count.
have'nt done math for a while it was good practice must catch up on my calculations skill no bad anyways
WHOOO! i WAS SWEATING . NEVER KNEW MY SKILLS WERE THIS SHARP! GOT 13/14 . HOPE I FIND ?
?S LIKE THOSE ON THE EXAM.....LOL
This was a good test to keep your skills sharp. Thanks I am going to give it to my students.
Hate math, but did not do too bad. I am going to brush up on the areas I got wrong though.
Hate math, but I did pretty good!
I hate math ... During this quiz i remembered those calculations and dosage during my work in the hospital... tanx...
I don't use math often in my work, but I now feel much better about my skills
Thanks for this quiz. Surprising me that I answered almost all of the questions here. Big help for me to be more confident.
Wow, I am surprised I remembered cerebral dosage and calculations as much as I did! Everything comes pre-dosed, pretty much today!
I hope it will be this easy by the time I become a nurse.
when I got uot nursing school 30 years a go now All i have to do is put the information in to the machine and it get me th right dose I know that I need to do more math in nursing and but I will be more careful and the we have to more careful about med administration
boy do i need 2 study
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