Nursing Exam Prep Resources at Health Professions Library

April 6th, 2012 by John Carey

As Hunter-Bellevue Nursing students prepare to graduate, many will find themselves facing some type of state board or professional licensing exam before they can further advance in a chosen field.  Whether for the NCLEX or some other certification or licensure, the Hunter libraries offer many resources to help students prepare.

ON RESERVE:  The following exam prep books–among others–are held on reserve at the Health Professions Library circulation desk:


E-BOOKS:  Also, don’t forget the many exam prep materials that the library has in electronic form.  The following titles–and many more–are available within the library’s “Ebrary” database (NetID log-in required):


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4 Responses to “Nursing Exam Prep Resources at Health Professions Library”

  1. Unita Says:


    How do I get the net login id? Is it same as blackboard login ID? Thank you.

  2. John Carey Says:


    Your NetID is the first part of your Hunter e-mail address (i.e., whatever comes before the “@” symbol). If you don’t know your NetID or your Hunter e-mail info, go to Net ID Central:

    From there, you can find out your NetID, find or change a password, etc. This is the same info you will need to access the library’s databases from home, so it’s good to know!

  3. Chandra Says:

    I’ve used the Mosby’s prep book for the NCLEX-RN and can highly recommend it. It definitely does a good job of presenting the student with questions that are very similar to those which actually appear on the exam.

  4. nurse, nursing forum, RN Says:

    Hey Library,
    I know what you mean, There are lots of ways to study for the CFA Level 1 exam, but increasingly students are turning to online learning as a way to stay ahead of the competition. Your chances of passing the CFA Level 1 exam on the first attempt are only about 35 percent. That percentage is even lower if you are not a native English speaker or if you are taking the exam outside of the US or Western Europe.
    I’ll be back to read more next time

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