prophecy testing help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Home Forums Nurse to Nurse Advice prophecy testing help!!!!!!!!!!!!!!


This topic contains 3 replies, has 4 voices, and was last updated by Profile photo of Carol, RN Carol, RN 3 years, 6 months ago.

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)
  • Author
  • #6642
    Profile photo of kelly

    Help!! I’m a terrible test taker and my anxiety over taking the online prophecy test is killing me! Anyone have tips on how to prepare or would like to share their experience with prophecy test??


    Wish I could help, but this is a new thing since I got out and I have never had to take it. Is the prophecy testing purely skills/knowledge based, or does it include personality testing too?

    As a general rule for test taking, study until you feel somewhat prepared, take the night off the night before, do something fun, get a lot of sleep, eat a good breakfast and make plans for something fun with a friend after the test so you have something to look forward to even while you are taking it.

    While taking it, go with your gut. Don’t read too much into the questions. Never change your answer unless you marked something by mistake, odds are your first reaction is right.

    Good luck.

    Profile photo of Anne

    Hmmm….I have taken proficiency tests recently, but it has been 35 years since I took a Biblical Prophecy test back when I was an undergrad in a faith based university. It was not online back then. I did take some on line tests in grad school, and it was a little nerve racking to take a timed on line test. Perhaps other students in your class who have taken on line tests before can give you some advice. You also might talk to the professor about what to expect, many times she or he will give a study guide that will help.
    If it is possible, scan the whole test once you start to see the types of questions. Then go back with some idea of how much time to spend on each section.
    Best of luck!

    Profile photo of Carol, RN
    Carol, RN

    I am wondering about the Prophesy testing as well. I did 3 months orientation at a big hospital the year before last and did not do well on the PBDS test. I did not like my placement there, med-surg, and went somewhere else after my orientation time was up. I have worked at an ASC as a circulating nurse in the OR and LOVE it. I have been out on extended maternity and had resigned my position. I am ready to go back to work now and looking at a position back at the same hospital I was at before. I do not want to fail another test with them. What can be expected on an OR test?

Viewing 4 posts - 1 through 4 (of 4 total)

You must be logged in to reply to this topic.

Skip to toolbar