CCI CNOR - Exam Prep 2018

CCI CNOR - Exam Prep 2018

By Vision Architecture

  • App Category: Education
  • Release Date: 2017-02-17
  • Current Version: 2.0.2
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 31.43 MB
  • Developer: Vision Architecture
  • Compatibility: Android, iOS 8.0

CCI CNOR - Exam Prep 2018 App Description

As the only accredited credentialing program for perioperative registered nurses, CNOR certification is the gold standard. Earning the CNOR credential is a mark of distinction and a highly sought after personal as well as professional accomplishment. The CNOR credentialing program is for perioperative nurses interested in enhancing as well as validating their specialized knowledge and skills. CNOR certified nurses are committed to providing the highest quality care to their surgical patients. Wisdom Prep App Features: - No Internet Required - No In-App-Purchase or Subscriptions - Latest Update 2018 - Based on Latest Official Curriculum 2018 - Detailed Answers and Explanations - Study Mode Option - App Can Be Used for Training & Certification - Virtual Exam Mode - Test Taking Strategy - Tracking and Progress Report. DISCLAIMER: Wisdom Prep & Vision Architecture is not affiliated with or endorsed by any respected testing organization, certificate, test name or any trademark.


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App Reviews

  • Wish I'd read the reviews!

    By AndreaSurgery
    As stated the answers are not labeled appropriately. Very confusing. Waste of my money. Is it possible to get a refund?
  • Disappointed

    By TharpRN
    This app gives multiple choice answers using "both." Frequently the "correct" answer is a choice for which there is no answer given (i.e., the correct answer is "both a and c but the choice of c has no answer). I have not spotted any incorrect information being given as an answer only the choices given is not corresponding to the correct answer. I have found all apps have technical flaws. Your level of knowledge will probably improve but only if you know the information already. Some of the questions have rationale that does not correspond with the AORN recommended practices. None of the rationale sites the recommended practice guide or any Evidenced Based practice