Studying for Nurse Practitioner Boards Exams can be crazy stressful and overwhelming! This video will hopefully reduce some of that stress, by laying out a great study strategy to utilize when preparing to take your Family Nurse Practitioner Boards Exam, or really, any other NP boards exam! In this video I will go into what I did when preparing to take the FNP AANP Boards exam, and what I would do differently the next time around. I explored a few other studying methods as well so I could provide you with the best recommendations for how to pass your boards exam on your first try! Happy studying!
Its moving week! And it was a WILD ONE! We travelled down to our new home in North Carolina, to our rental which we had never seen in person. And man, that turned out to be quite the disaster! Both the trip down south, and the week itself was filled with SO many challenges, but they are starting to become funny now that some time has passed. Thank goodness! While this week certainly presented many difficulties, it was also exciting because I got some exciting news on my Family Nurse Practitioner Job hunt!
Do you need some tips on how to study in Nursing and NP School? One tool I LOVE using for studying was Picmonic, follow this link http://bit.ly/nurse_liz to check out Picmonic for free or sign up for a subscription for full access to the website! Nurinsg School and Nurse Practitioner school requires a ton of knowledge retention, therefore you need to study quite frequently! If you aren’t studying effectively, you won’t be able to learn the material and apply it to your practice, but you will also waste a ton of time that could be spent hanging out doing things you actually want to do! This video will go over some apps that I have loved to used while studying, some studying strategies, and some creative ways that I have found made studying in Nurse Practitioner and Nursing school easier. Happy Studying!
This video is all about where I’m from and how I ended up as a Family
Nurse Practitioner. I’ll briefly take you on my life journey as I
attempted (and failed many times) to figure out what I wanted to be when
I grew up, where I worked along the way, and how many degrees it took
to finally become a Family Nurse Practitioner after years of being a
Registered Nurse. I also wanted to say THANK YOU for your support on
this youtube journey, and I would love to get to know YOU as we
continue. So make sure to drop me a comment down below and let me know a
little about you! We are all on this journey together and can use all
the support we can get 🙂