Upward Mobility’s CCRN app for Android is a valuable tool to help you properly prepare for this important certification exam administered by the AACN.
Your satisfaction is important to us and we have a no questions asked refund policy for all our Android apps. We encourage you to try our application out risk free and let us know by e-mailing [email protected]
if there are any issues.
As part of our social mission of making quality health care education more universally affordable, we are making this app available for $8.99, discounted from the normal price of $15.99.
This practice exam/review module contains 723 questions written by professional writers with concise, but detailed explanations to help you prepare for this test. 302 questions cover adult topics, 207 cover pediatrics and 214 cover neonatal care.
While this module is designed for the CCRN exam, it would also be helpful on medical board tests such as the NCLEX, USMLE, the MCAT, other international licensure tests, and any other professional exam that requires deep knowledge in the topic areas below.
Upward Mobility produces apps for many other medical board and licensure tests.
This app was not developed by and is not endorsed, sponsored or recommended by the American Association of Critical Care Nurses (AACN). The seller of this app is not associated with or authorized by AACN, and AACN gives no assurance that this app is suitable for the purpose for which it is being offered.
About Upward Mobility
Upward Mobility creates high quality management education and test preparation material that is witty, engaging, and adds value in the learning process.
We hire only expert writers who have strong knowledge in the subject matter and put all of our materials through a thorough review process. We deploy our content through mediums such as mobile applications and other interactive channels.
We are a double bottom line company that is committed to education in the developing world. Some of the profits will be used to deploy education via mobile phone in emerging countries to improve their total factor productivity growth.