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LPN TO RN TRANSITION CHAPTER 1-5 REVIEW QUESTIONS
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The essential issue or need to be addressed at any given time within a set of conditions or circumstances is known as a(n):
Relate each new piece of information to daily practice
An LPN/LVN has started taking courses toward becoming an RN and is having difficulty transitioning to the student role. Appropriate advice to provide this student to assist him or her in the adult learning process would include the following:
unfreezing, moving, and refreezing
According to Kurt Lewin, the three phases of change are:
lower hourly wages
An LPN/LVN, currently working full-time in a long-term care facility, has a primary interest in obstetrics. She has been offered a full-time position in an obstetrics outpatient clinic. A restraining force for this nurse in making this job decision may include:
A concise list of experiences and prior learning is known as an __________________________.
develop an outcome priority
A nursing student makes a list of personal gifts and barriers and constructs a self-portrait. The next step for this student is to:
A nursing student is performing his or her first sterile dressing change on the assigned patient in the clinical setting. This is an example of:
prefer to study alone
An LPN/LVN is planning to return to school to become an RN and completes the Gregorc Style Delineator, which concludes that the student prefers a concrete random learning style. This information indicates that students:
The nursing instructor is advising students on time management skills. The students will be instructed that the first task of effective time management is:
Nursing students are participating in a stress reduction workshop. The leader asks the students to break into small groups and discuss how they feel when under stress. This step of holistic cognitive therapy will help the students:
Following a stressful day on the clinical unit, a nursing student gets in the car and starts to cry. This coping mechanism is:
Phases of Kolb's Theory of Experiential Learning include (select all that apply):
"My instructors did not go over all of the material on the exam."
"I probably would have passed if it wasn't so cold in the room."
"If someone would have told me that it was going to be so difficult then I would have been more prepared."
A student takes the NCLEX-RN® exam and does not pass. Which of the following statements are examples of external locus of control (select all that apply)?
__________________________ is being conscious of and understanding oneself.
A safe way to bring out thoughts and feelings in order to work through them on paper is ______________________.
A nursing student is studying for an exam by stating aloud in his own words explanations and answers to various questions he asks himself regarding classroom topics. This method for studying is:
20 to 30 hours
A student attends 10 hours of class for a week. What would be the recommended number of hours this student should study for this week?
The nursing instructor informs a class of students that the next exam will consist of restricted-response questions. The students can anticipate an exam consisting of:
The SQRRR formula for studying involves the following steps (select all that apply):
__________________________ are clearly associated with the main ideas and are often considered of primary importance.
A text should have no more than__________% of the material highlighted
The lowest fraction 10/20 can be reduced to is:
The improper fraction 15/4 coverts to the mixed number:
⅜ + ⅓ =
2⅓ - ½=
3 × 4/7=
Solve for x in the following proportion problem: 2.5 : 6 : : 10 : x
Solve 5 g = ____________ mg
Solve using the ratio and proportion method.
Prescribed: Ibuprofen 600 mg PO q6h PRN pain
Medication on hand: Ibuprofen 200 mg/tablet
How many tablets should be given q6h?
Prescribed D5½NS 1000 mL to infuse IV over 8 hours. How many mL/hour should the IV pump be set at?
D5½NS is infusing at 125 mL/hour via IV pump. The pump malfunctions, and the IV needs to run by gravity with regular drip tubing (gtt factor 15 gtt/mL). How many gtt/min should the IV run at?
The organization that currently ensures that all nurses entering the profession have demonstrated knowledge and skills at a standard minimum level required for safe and effective practice as a newly licensed, entry-level nurse is the:
continuing to test until it determines with 95% confidence that ability either surpasses, or does not meet the minimum passing standard
A graduate nurse is taking the NCLEX CAT. This graduate is correct in stating that the computer will determine his/her pass or fail status by:
Safe, Effective Care Environment
Health Promotion and Maintenance
The NCLEX-RN® test plans main content categories for testing include (select all that apply):
According to McDowell (2008), nonacademic factors that can lead to passing the NCLEX-RN® exam are (select all that apply):
_______________________ means to ask yourself what your intuition tells you could be the right answer.
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