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If you need to know it, it’s in this book. Cracking the Nursing School Entrance Exams includes:

   • Everything needed to tackle the NET®, TEAS®, or NLN PAX-RN®
   • Tons of practice problems with detailed explanations to show you exactly what to expect on any of these three popular nursing school entrance exams
   • Key test-taking strategies and principles for making the most of your test prep and maximizing your score
   • Thorough review of all tested topics, including biology, human anatomy and physiology, physics, chemistry, Earth science, arithmetic, basic algebra, geometry, graphs and diagrams, English verbal mechanics, reading comprehension, and vocabulary

Cracking the Nursing School Entrance Exams
also includes online access to 3 full-length practice tests (1 for the Net®, 1 for the TEAS ®, and 1 for the NLN PAX-RN ®).

 

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