Fundamentals of Nursing Practice Test Part 1

Daisy Jane Antipuesto RN MN

Currently a Nursing Local Board Examination Reviewer. Subjects handled are Pediatric, Obstetric and Psychiatric Nursing. Previous work experiences include: Clinical instructor/lecturer, clinical coordinator (Level II), caregiver instructor/lecturer, NC2 examination reviewer and staff/clinic nurse. Areas of specialization: Emergency room, Orthopedic Ward and Delivery Room. Also an IELTS passer.

41 Responses

  1. ce says:

    Congratulations – you have
    completed Fundamentals of
    Nursing 3.
    You scored 21 out of 25.
    Your performance has been
    rated as Good work!

  2. anne says:

    Congratulations – you have completed Fundamentals of Nursing 3.

    You scored 17 out of 25.
    Your performance has been rated as Not bad! :)

  3. nursing facio says:

    11 out of 25..keep trying :-)

  4. cazhie says:

    funda 13/25. hayys…

  5. Sharm says:

    Not Bad
    with score of 16/25.. ^__^

  6. Melchi says:

    13/25 =) not even a good score, but maybe because i’m watching a movie while answering and not that kind of studious nursing school student, a good start though, hope ill pass NLE this December….. ill start answering questions everyday and have their rationale…..

  7. Sharm says:

    OMG! KEEP TRYING..
    hahaha…

    1st FUNDA 10/25
    2ND FUNDA 13/25

    i need more practice..
    huhuhu… NLE is fast approaching.

  8. jubz says:

    haha!! 9/25!! oh myy!! need more practice..

  9. ian says:

    16/25…not bad…

  10. WEEE ahahh 20/25 hahah

  11. AJ says:

    21/25 rated as "GOOD WORK" :)

  12. jenpot says:

    10 out of 25.. i used to top on my exams during my college.. i even scored up highest during my review for board exam. i was employed in as company nurse for almost 2 years upto present.. after i took up this exam in nursing crib i came to realized the impact/ differences of being employed as a nurse in hospital and as a company nurse. . my score tells the difference..

  13. amiE says:

    I've got 23/25……rated EXCELLENT…
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    thanks GOD…..:) just always FOCUS…..:):D

  14. hector says:

    oh my i got 7/25…..cant believe this….i better reenroll nursing now! ahhaha

  15. aileen says:

    thnx sa nursing crib..please post more questions..

  16. butchoy says:

    y is it dat d ans in no 24 letter d and not letter a.. bcoz based on ur rationale, it's the sympathetic stimulation dat affects heat and not the parasympathetic stimulation.. tnx! :))

  17. RN says:

    kya nga nmn… thanks nsgcrib…=)

  18. dianne says:

    i know the formulas by heart..hehe

    20/25 not bad

  19. cathy says:

    where are the previous set of questions?

  20. Daisy Jane, RN says:

    25. The client’ body temperature is 109.8 degree Fahrenheit. The equivalent of this value in Celsius is:

    a. 40 degree Celsius

    b. 38.9 degree celcius

    c. 43 degree celcius

    d. 42.3 degree celcius

    Answer: C.

    Formula F – 32 / 1.8 = degree Celcius

    Thus, 109.8 – 32 = 77.8 / 1.8 = 43.2 C or 43 Celcius

    or if you want to use the formula F-32 x 5/9 it is still the same… this is the rationale form that i have submitted to nursing crib. Godbless

  21. onigz says:

    tama naman ung conversion nya ah!! ikaw pala ang hindi marunong mgcompute!!

  22. aj says:

    tsk tsk tsk… number 25…… better check

    • Daisy Jane, RN says:

      If you have been using the formula in converting Celsius to Fahrenheit which is: C= F-32 x 5/9 the answer is still the same with the formula C= F-32 x 1.8.. some books use the latter formula while other books publish the latter formula.Please don't divide 5/9 (.55) in calculating your temperature or you'll get a wrong conversion. Thus, 109.8 – 32 = 77.8 x 5 / 9 = (77.8×5)/9= 389/9 = 43.222 or 109.8 – 32 = 77.8 / 1.8 = 43.2 C or 43 Celcius

    • donna says:

      tama nmn ang no. 25….nabasa ku ang formula sa saunders..tama nmn c mam daisy….grrrr

    • benzkmar says:

      tama nman po yan.. hmmmmm

  23. joem says:

    tama naman yung conversion a. tinest ko din dito

    http://www.wbuf.noaa.gov/tempfc.htm

    43.2222 lumabas na sagot, so tama yung answer.

    • Scintilla Jvris says:

      Yes, tama ung sagot pero ung formula ang mali. Actually, napagbaliktad nya ang paggamit nung 5/9 at 9/5. In fairness, it could be a typo error just like my "thinks". hehe.the right formula is:

      Celcius= (Fahrenheit-32) X 5/9

      And

      Fahrenheit =( Celcius X 9/5) +32

      • Daisy Jane, RN says:

        In converting celcius to fahrenheit:

        C= F-32 x 1.8 or

        C= F-32 x 5/9

        Thus,

        109.8 – 32 = 77.8 x 5 / 9 = (77.8×5)/9= 389/9 = 43.222

        do not divide 5/9 which is (.55) immediately or you will get a wrong answer.or,

        109.8 – 32 = 77.8 / 1.8 = 43.2 C or 43 Celcius

        In converting Fahrenheit to Celcius:

        F = C x 1.8 + 32

        F = C x 9/5 + 32

        Thus,

        43.2 x 1.8 = 77.76 + 32 = 109.76 or 109.8 C or,

        43.2 x 9/5 + 32 = (43.2 x 9)/5 = 388.8 / 5 = 77.76 + 32 = 109.76 or 109.8 F

  24. scintilla jvris says:

    i think you better check your formula for converting fahrenheit to celcius! i thinks its: C=(F-32) x 5/9 (or .55).

    • Daisy Jane, RN says:

      @ scintilla:

      109.8 – 32 = 77.8 x 5 / 9 = (77.8×5)/9= 389/9 = 43.222

      do not divide 5/9 which is (.55) immediately or you will get a wrong answer. if you don't want to use the formula (F-32) x 5/9, you can use F-32 x 1.8 and you'll get the same answer.

    • alannah says:

      The formula is correct, that is the simple formula in converting Fahrenheit to Celsius.

      C = (F-32)/1.8

      F = (C * 1.8) + 32

      This formula is simpler to memorize than yung may fraction. So before you comment,please do some research. Thanks!

    • joey22 says:

      Guys, better check before you comment. Buti nga may mga free reviewers na ganito. Thank you so much nursingcrib.com, please post more questions before the Dec. NLE.

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