Complete PAX-RN study guide, prepared by a dedicated team of exam experts, with everything you need to pass the PAX-RN! Pass the PAX-RN! will help you: Learn faster Practice with 2 complete practice question sets (over 300 questions) Identify your strengths and weaknesses quickly Concentrate your study time Increase your score with multiple choice strategies from exam experts Learn what you MUST do in the exam room Avoid common mistakes on a test Answer multiple choice questions strategically Make a PAX-RN study plan and study schedule Includes practice test questions for math, verbal (reading comprehension and vocabulary) Anatomy and Physiology and science. Extensive (hundreds of pages) review and tutorials on all topics Also included in this comprehensive PAX-RN resource, are TWO critical chapters to your exam success: How to Take a Test - The Complete Guide - Let’s face it: test-taking is really not easy! While some people seem to have the natural ability to know what to study, how to absorb and retain information, and how to stay calm enough while actually taking a test to earn a great score, most of us find taking tests to be sheer misery. This is one of the most important chapters! Here you will find out: How to Take a Test - The basics In the Test Room - What you MUST do The Ultimate Guide to Test Preparation - Everything you need to know Common Mistakes on a Test - And how to avoid them Mental Prep - How to psych yourself up for a test Multiple Choice Secrets - The complete guide to answering multiple choice. Learn strategies for answering multiple choice questions on any exam from test experts, then practice with strategy practice questions. Maybe you have read this kind of thing before, and maybe feel you don't need it, and you are not sure if you are going to buy this eBook. Remember though, it only a few percentage points divide the PASS from the FAIL students. Even if our test tips increase your score by a few percentage points, isn't that worth it? Why not do everything you can to get the best score on the PAX-RN?