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September 09, 2009
Ready to see how you did on the Nursing Calculations quiz?
Answers are in red.
about 5 years ago
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!
Great quiz!!! Great practice. It's important to remember how to calculate doses (especially IV) manually. It'd be very useful during power outages, earthquakes, and such.
over 5 years ago
Great fun! I'd like to see more of these tests on line. It would be great if your also showed the math with the correct answers.
Great! Nice to have a brush up since most of us don't use these skills very often if at all.
Awesome quiz! This was fun for review since I haven't taken pharm math in a while.
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
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