NCLEX-RN AudioLearn is a complete audio review for the NCLEX-RN. This audio course helps you study for this challenging test in three powerful ways:
NCLEX-RN AudioLearn covers all sections of NCLEX-RN including:
And much, much more!
Each topic is thoroughly discussed then followed by a question and answer and definitions session to reinforce the material reviewed in the context of the actual NCLEX Test. This is followed by a complete comprehensive test.
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The narrator doesn't pronounce medical term correctly it is obvious she has no medical background or previous knowledge of the content.
You could have hired a nurse or a person with medical background to narrate. After all the narration is especially important because it is an audiobook.
The narrator is the first thing i would cut out.
Content could be organized to include an index so that the content a students need to spend more time on can be easily located.
While this is a fair review to be used in conjunction with the Saunders' book, it is very inadequate alone. The narrator is obviously unfamiliar with medical terminology and her mispronunciations and verbal stumbling are aggravating and distracting.
Hired a narrator who can pronounce medical terms correctly and/or a producer who could have corrected these problems.
The narrator talks way to fast. You cannot even process what she is saying. Also, she clearly has no medical background and pronounciates many of the words incorrectly.
Someone who has a medical background. Most likely a nurse.
I am very disappointed.
The audiobook is missing the entire section on geriatrics. Also, the recording jumps around from topic to topic inappropriately. It's like the audio wasn't pieced together properly.
Took forever to download, and when it finally finished it cold not be opens. I think this membership might be a big ripoff. The set up gives you very little option on where you want to start reading/hearing the book.
time consuming! perfect supplementary while driving, cooking,bathing - everywhere !
no, nice and slow
it is just perfect!
Some of the people reading can't pronounce medical terminology which makes it a bit painful. That being said when studying for Nclex it's good to mix up with various styles of learning, so a good supplement.
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