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The course presents a highly detailed review of nursing actions covered in management of care and safety and infection control to help you better understand and recall important concepts.
In-depth and focused curriculum of every subject area to master growth and development principles, early detection and prevention of health issues, and methods for optimal health.
Review highly important concepts to successfully anticipate, recognize, and analyze psychosocial responses and adequately tend to the everyday activities of patients.
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Our rigorous content writing & editorial process provides you with the most trusted resource to prepare for exam day. Each question is expertly evaluated and reviewed by registered nurses who have scored in the 99th percentile.
Retain highly detailed information more easily with clear explanations and comprehensive chapter-by-chapter reviews of every concept and process required for the test.
The course presents an in-depth and clearly explained curriculum of subject material to help you answer questions correctly and efficiently. Learn basic Step 1 concepts covering systems and processes to build your foundation for practicing medicine.
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Each subject was written by clinical nurse practitioners and faculty from top universities with performance well above the passing standard. Each topic is covered in detail with high-yield, engaging content to more effectively learn, understand, and retain concepts.
Anushka Walia graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a B.S. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. She is currently a first-year medical student. She received perfect scores on the MCAT (528/528) and SAT (2400/2400), and has extensive experience for the MCAT, SAT, and AP exams. At Yale, she conducted genetics research and was the recipient of multiple research fellowships. During high school, she was a two-time finalist (top 20) in the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad and was one of 80 students worlwide selected to attend the prestigious Research Science Institute (RSI) at MIT.
Sunny is currently a medical student at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, where he also attended for undergrad. He majored in Neuroscience and minored in Scientific Computing as well as Japanese Language and Culture. Sunny scored a 527 on the MCAT, which ranks in the 100th percentile of all test takers. Previously, Sunny served as an undergraduate teaching assistant for a biology lab, where he guided his students through lab protocol and helped them learn the material necessary to succeed in lab and beyond.
Caeley attended the University of Tennessee Knoxville, where she graduated summa cum laude with a double major in both Neuroscience and French. She scored in the 100th percentile on her MCAT with a 524. Caeley has been teaching the MCAT and MCAT-subjects for many years, helping students master the concepts they find most difficult. When she is not tutoring, Caeley loves being outdoors and enjoys running, hiking, and traveling.
She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a B.S. in Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology. She is currently a first-year medical student. She received perfect scores on the MCAT (528/528) and SAT (2400/2400), and has extensive experience for the MCAT, SAT, and AP exams. At Yale, she conducted genetics research and was the recipient of multiple research fellowships. During high school, she was a two-time finalist (top 20) in the U.S. National Chemistry Olympiad and was one of 80 students worlwide selected to attend the prestigious Research Science Institute (RSI) at MIT.
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She graduated magna cum laude from Yale University with a B.S. in Molecular, Cell, and Development in Biology and distinction in her major. Anjali Walia is a medical student. She was also elected to the prestigious Phi Beta Kappa honor society. She achieved a near-perfect score (527/528) on the MCAT. At Yale, she published pulmonary research and led numerous reproductive justice advocacy efforts. She was finalist (Top 20) of the U.S. Chemistry Olympiad and obtained a perfect score on the SAT (2400/2400).
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UMock students do better with the complete, in-depth online course which combines an integrated Qbank, high yield case-based pre-made flashcards, exam-like assessments, and EKG interpretations to raise performance on the exam.
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The content is written perfectly for how much information you must learn to pass the exam. I also used the mock assessment, flashcards, and qbank which was a huge help in testing my understanding of each subject. With how much time and effort you put into nursing school, the course that UMock offers truly ensures you’re fully prepared with absolutely everything you need to perform above the passing standard across each test category.
I was so impressed with the content. The level of detail they provide while keeping things clear and concise helped me better prepare to answer the different question types and think through challenging questions. Whatever subject you need to brush up on, or even learn more in-depth while you’re in nursing school, I would definitely recommend going with UMock.
This prep course is extremely helpful for studying for the test. Each topic focuses on how to apply concepts in nursing management, treatment, intervention, clinical skills, pharmacology….you name it. The content isn’t overwhelming, rather, it gets to the point of what you need to understand in order to think critically through difficult exam questions. I used the flashcards whenever I had extra time in the day to study, and also studied the qbank and mock assessment which was a tremendous help in knowing when I was ready for the exam.