With 400 targeted practice questions, Upward Mobility's Certified Emergency Nurse exam prep app for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch is the perfect on-the-go tool to help you prepare for your BCEN CEN certification exam.
* 400 multiple-choice questions, all written by nursing experts.
* Detailed, helpful explanations for each question.
* Covers all important areas on the CEN certification exam, including:
-- Patient care
-- Respiratory care
-- Substance abuse
* Study Mode -- Each question is paired with a clear and useful explanation. Study at your own pace!
* Test Mode -- Designed to simulate the exam experience. Set your own question and time constraints.
This app is not associated with BCEN or ENA.
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Some questions are great. Others don't seem relevant to emergency nursing. For the price it may be worth it but I wouldn't use this as your only tool to study for the CEN exam.
Should be a free app. Questions cover some ED and ICU knowledge and a few random subjects but otherwise resemble an NCLEX-RN review. Multiple spelling and grammatical errors.
I am a nurse and a respiratory therapist. The nursing questions were ok up until the respiratory questions. I found that some of the answers were incorrect. Thank god I learned how to interpret ABG's in RT school.
Waste of time and money. Not even minimally related to Emergency Nursing practice or BCEN exam.