Use the free Practice Question Sets to understand the exam format better. Once you feel prepared, take a full-length Official Practice Exam. You can choose to review the answers, or choose not to, and get a scaled score. This is a highly recommended step prior to attempting the exam.
For nurses educated outside of the United States, the first step to practicing as a nurse in the United States is to apply for a license with a state board of nursing. All state boards require the NCLEX® examination. Each state will have specific requirements to determine comparability of those educated outside of the United States. Each state board may require certain services to determine if you will be able to practice in the United States. All required services can be provided by CGFNS International prior to authorizing nurses educated outside of the United States to take the NCLEX® exam.
For snow to occur, moisture and freezing air temperatures must be present. Both these conditions are still likely in the winter, especially in areas that experience temperatures well below freezing (so even if you increase the average temperature of that location, many winter days will still be below freezing). Therefore, global warming does not prevent snowy winters. In fact, in some areas, global warming may result in more intense winter storms. For example, because the increase in sea surface temperature feeds more intense storms, it is likely that places like the Northeast United States will see more intense winter storms (although they may be more infrequent). Scientists expect, on average, winters to become shorter as global temperatures continue to rise, which is likely to result in fewer snowy days overall. 2b1af7f3a8