ICEA Certification Examination-Taking: Strategies for Test Phobics

Keller, Trudy
March 2006
International Journal of Childbirth Education;Mar2006, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p14
Academic Journal
Even non-nurse examination phobics, who test poorly, can pass ICEA certification examinations using study tactics, memory-enhancing measures, and test-taking strategies. Suggestions for the months prior, the night before, and the day of the examination can greatly augment test-taking ability.


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