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Basic Care & Comfort: 93 Questions (22 mistakes)

Questions covered:

  • Medical emergencies,
  • Potential for complications of Procedures
  • Abnormalities in vital signs
  • Arterial Blood Gases
  • Patient positions
  • Intravenous Therapy
  • Bloods and products
  • Laboratory Values
  • Alterations in body systems
  • Total Parenteral Nutrition


Pharmacological & Parenteral Therapies: 221 Questions (53 mistakes)

Questions Covered:

  • Pathophysiology
  • Medication Administration 
  • Unexpected Response to Therapies
  • Lab Values 
  • Intravenous drip rates
  • Pathophysiology
  • Medication allergies
  • Dosage Calculation
  • Pharmacological Pain Management
  • Therapeutic drug levels 
  • Hemodynamics
  • Dosage Calculations
  • Side effects 
  • Insulin administration 
  • IV solutions 
  • Over the counter medications
  • Client education 
  • Pharmacological calculation problems 
  • Drug reconstitution
  • Common measurements
  • Percentage strength 


Reduction of Risk potential: 177 Questions (44 mistakes)

Questions covered:

  • Arterial blood gases (ABGs)
  • Lab values 
  • Breath Sounds  
  • Post operative care
  • Abnormal lab values
  • Inserting Nasogastric (NG) tubes
  • Emergency interventions
  • Glasgow Coma Scale 
  • Infant and Pediatric care
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Risk factors for developing a deep vein thrombosis
  • Pre operative education 
  • Measuring kidney function  

Physiological Adaptation: 169 Questions (41 mistakes)


Questions Covered: 

  • Electrocardiogram (ECG) rhythm strips
  • Disease pathophysiology
  • Respiratory system interventions 
  • Notional education 
  • Neurological disorders
  • Cardiac conditions
  • Components of (ECG) tracing 
  • Deep Vein thrombosis
  • Pediatric issues 
  • Post operative care
  • Drainage methods
  • Prenatal and Delivery situations
  • Emergency department client cases

The NCLEX-RN is based on knowledge and application, rather than specific facts to memorize.

 Our practice tests are designed to maximize your study time. The questions and options will be randomized and reorganized. 

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Psychosocial Integrity: 185 Questions (47 mistakes)


Questions covered; 

  • Coping Mechanisms
  • Sensory alterations 
  • Therapeutic Medications
  • Cultural awareness 
  • Mental Health Concepts & Disorders 
  • Therapeutic environment
  • Behavioural interventions
  • Depression
  • Substance abuse

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing estimates that 6-12% of the NCLEX-RN questions will be on Psychological Integrity. A wide range of topics about mental well-being and illness, and behaviors that are displayed during stressful life events are covered here. 

Safe and Effective Care

Management of Care: 134 Questions (33 mistakes)

Questions Covered: 

  • Prioritizing and delegating client care
  • Legal issues 
  • Informed consent 
  • The case manager role 
  • Scope of practice 
  • Client Advocacy 
  • Legal Terms 
  • Ethics & Legal aspects 
  • Informed consent & legal aspects 
  • Quality improvement
  • Chain of command 

Safety & Infection Control: 137 Questions (34 mistakes)

Questions Covered:

  • Fall risks
  • Trauma situations
  • Needlesticks
  • Isolation protocols
  • Clarifying HCP medication orders
  • Home safety 
  • Nursing care outside acute settings
  • Client Identification 
  • Hand hygiene 
  • Medication issues.
  • Pediatric situations 
  • Fire safety procedures
  • Disease transmission 
  • Client education 
  • Nursing assessment

Around 9-15% of NCLEX questions will cover the topics in this category. You are expected to have clear understanding of your responsibility in identifying and preventing transmission of pathogens and potential safety hazards. 


Health Promotion and Maintenance (46 mistakes) 


Questions Covered: 

  • Antenatal care
  • Self-care
  • Developmental stages & Transitions 
  • Aging Process
  • Newborn care 
  • Disease prevention 
  • Intranatal Care
  • High risk behaviors & Health promotion 
  • Physical assessment 
  • Postpartum care

Approximately 6 to 12% of the exam will have questions on this category. Health Promotion and Maintenance covers a wide range of topics that a competent nurse is expected to know when entering the nursing profession. A large subcategory deals with pregnancy, birth, postpartum, and newborn care.