NCLEX Review RN/PN: 1000 Review Questions on Psychiatric Nursing is an NCLEX review audiobook consisting of 1,000 review questions on mental health. Check out other 1,000 NCLEX Review Questions by Key Points Exam Prep Team.
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Helpful test prep for the NCLEX.
Yes, because listening helps to cement the information into your head better. You can listen when you can't read anymore. You can listen while driving or doing other things. Study while cleaning. What could be better?
There are no characters in this book. It is test prep for the NCLEX. There are 1000 questions and answers covering things from anxiety disorders, eating disorders, substance abuse, and everything that would be on the test.
Again, there are no characters. Adam Zens has a pleasant voice and is easy to listen to.
Definitely not, although you could if you were cramming for the test.
This is a great resource for studying for the NCLEX.
- pixledust "Because tales should be told."
Not for me personally-- the questions are pretty basic and easy, and I hated that there were no rationales for any of the questions. Rationales! Every question I have ever answered has always come with a rationale, even in audio form.
Three things-- the narrator, the pace (a bit quick, but if you're looking for a rapid-- and I mean rapid-- review, this is for you), and the lack of rationales.
His voice and performance was robotic. I would have preferred a more conversational tone in addition to rationales, like he was telling a story or talking to an old friend about psychiatric nursing. Psychiatric nursing is more exciting, more riveting, and more eye-opening than he makes it sound.
No, it would just be a robot quickly reading off of cue cards.
This might be nice for someone looking for a rapid review when doing ADLs, but I would prefer a narrator who is more engaging. That there were no rationales for any of the questions was infuriating, and left no room for conversation. In addition, this audiobook also references the DSM-IV instead of the DSM-V, and it does have questions related to the multi-axial system (which was removed in the newer version). If you do decide to brave the boring, be aware of outdated information that may be in this audiobook.