You’ve come too far to hesitate.

You’ve come too far to wait. It's time to leap.

Life can be a paradox.

We often know where we want to go, but sometimes uncertainty makes us afraid to take the necessary path to reach our desired destination.

A lot of students finish grad school, they know they need to pass the NP board exam, but the uncertainty of it all makes them procrastinate and stall the process of preparing for the board exam.

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The First Leap

The first leap is always the scariest, because we don’t know if the leap will hurt us or help us.

Many of us are afraid of tests, especially tests that come at a steep cost, and are as important as the Nurse Practitioner board exams.

But I want you to ask yourself, where will you be once you overcome this hurdle?

Often in life, we fail to make that leap, because we are stuck thinking about the hurdle, and not the landing after we make that first leap.

Taking a leap can be scary. It can fill our heads with so much fear that we stall. And fear can be a powerful motivator, sometimes even greater than logical reasoning.

So What do you need to do?

Act. You need to act.

Your goal is to become a nurse practitioner. Your immediate goal is to pass the NP board exam (ANCC or AANP) to officially be recognized as a Nurse Practitioner ready to impact society for the better while earning a great living.

You are valued, you are needed in society. No matter what comes our way, we help people.

 Your community needs you, and you will PASS the board exam like I passed the ANCC and AANP board exams. You don't have to do it alone. I put everything I know that helped me pass the Non-clinical portions of the ANCC and AANP exams, and pass both exams on the first try.

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Time to Act. What if I told you that I have a study guide put together by a Nurse Practitioner (Miriam Tivzenda MSN,APRN, FNP-BC,FNP-C) who passed both the ANCC and the AANP board exam?

Well, you have access to it right here. I wouldn’t take this exam before at least looking at this study guide. We have compiled a set of questions and answers in our study guide with an Answer key, that are put together for the Nurse Practitioner graduate student preparing for the big day.

This is a no-brainer.

With the study guide you get 76 key concepts and definitions with subtopics and explanations for the non-clinical part of the exam (ANCC and AANP). You also get an itemized list of questions and concepts along with an answer key to help you with any questions or concepts that you may find tricky.

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