How To Prepare For HAAD Exam For Nurses?

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The Health Authority - Abu Dhabi (HAAD) is the regulative body of the Healthcare Sector in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi and ensures excellence in Healthcare for the community by monitoring the health status of the population.
The organization publishes a study guide for candidates and this should be a start when you are looking to revise. The best way to revise material is by writing it out again.

Many of the notes on the revision sheets are presented as auditory learning aids called mnemonics words or phrases which carry the first letter of the different points. Marry these to visual images as a 'hook' (for instance, the mnemonic for the Causes of the Cold War is BARE: To fix this word you could imagine a Russian and an American as naked Sumo wrestlers about to start fighting). Then make sure you can remember all the points for all the mnemonics.

Techniques like this including writing out study cards, these should be short phrases that remind you a key details you need to know. These are very useful as prompts for you to base your main revision around and can be easily taken places for bursts of revision. Another way to revise like this is by creating memory aids such as diagrams or mnemonics (e.g. Initial letters to make a word you need to remember or SMART objectives: Specific; Measurable; Achievable; Realistic; Targets). These will help you remember key facts that are important for your exam.

While writing is good listening to facts and revision tapes are good too. Especially if you are taking an oral exam for HAAD. Record yourself dictating notes, then put the tracks on your iPod and listen to them.

Lastly, try get hold of old exam papers. Go through these and get a feel for the questions that you would be answering. This is one the best techniques people use when revising for exams.
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I just want to know what is the percentage of passing the HAAD-RN ?I hope you you can help me on this matter.Thank you.

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