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Tips to Maximize Your Nurse Practitioner Exam Score – Download Now!

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Taken from the highly acclaimed Family Nurse Practitioner Certification Intensive Review by Maria T. Codina Leik MSN, ARNP, FNP-C, AGPCNP-BC, here are some tips on how to maximize your score in the exam.

  1. The first answer that “pops” in your head is usually the correct answer.
  2. If you are guessing, pick an answer at random. Try not to change it unless you are sure.
  3. Use the “mark” command so that you can return to the question later when you complete the exam.

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Family Practice Guidelines, Fourth Edition

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About the Author

Maria T. Codina Leik, MSN, APRN, BC, FNP-C is the President and Principal Lecturer at National ARNP Services, Inc., her own company. Well-known for her ability to simplify complex concepts for her students, she is a popular speaker and educator. Ms. Leik taught previously in the NP program at Florida International University Graduate School of Nursing. She is Board Certified in two specialties: Family NP and Adult Gerontology Primary Care NP by the AANP and ANCC. Her research findings have been presented at an international HIV conference as well as at nursing conferences. In addition to her two NP certification review books published by Springer Publishing, she is the author of book chapters in two NP textbooks. Ms. Leik is a member of Sigma Theta Tau International Honor Society.