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1) All cast members did their own singing and dancing. : False
2) 70 songs were used in the first thirteen episodes. : True

Much of the main cast of "Glee" (2009) performed for President Barack Obama, his family, and the approximately 30,000 children and parents in attendance at the 2010 White House Easter Egg Roll on April 5, 2010.

: False
The only time Sue calls Emma by her correct name is the Pilot. All other times, she has "mistakenly" called her names like Irma, Alma, Ellen, Arlene, You, or the Redhead.
: False
5) What is Rachel's "go-to shower song?" : "On My Own"

Created on May 31, 2011 by
16 question(s)
Wilson Paul


1) Each state has one Supreme Court. : True

Divorce, probate, and malpractice are disputes that are resolved in small claims court.

: True

How many courts of appeals does the U.S. have?

: 7
4) What is the highest court where all appeals from appeals courts can be heard.

: State Court
5) Civil cases usually involve private disputes that is between persons or organizations. :

Created on May 30, 2011 by
5 question(s)
Wilson Paul

Financial aid

1) Statue of limitations on collections, Truth in Lending Act, Fair Debt Collection Practices Act, the right to refinance and adherence to state unsury laws are all protections that were removed from student loans. : True
2) The harshest collection methods are reserved for student loans Miss a few payments and you can be subject to: : Wage garnished without a court order
3) The General Revenue Corporation (GRC) is the nations largest debt collection agency of student loans. : False
4) After ___ days, a student loan from Sallie Mae goes in the default status. : 730

Created on May 30, 2011 by
4 question(s)

Test your knowledge on various medications and choose appropriate drug classification
1) Identify the correct therapeutic classification of Abacavir also known as Ziagen
: Antiretroviral
2) Identify the correct therapeutic classification of Acebutolol 
(select all that apply)
: Anticholinergic
3) Adalimumad or Humira is an antirheumatic
: True
4) Identify the correct classification of Adenosine also known as Adenocard or Adenoscan
: Diuretic
5) Identify the correct therapeutic classification of Albuterol also known as Proventil or Salbutamol
: Lipid lowering agent

Created on May 29, 2011 by
5 question(s)
Donna Ban

How well do you know me? (you better get 100%)
1) What is my favorite TV show? : Yes, Dear
2) I own 50 pairs of shoes. : False
3) I plan to dye my hair blonde. : False
4) What is my favorite color? : Mahogany
5) My favorite rapper is Kid Cudi. : False

Created on May 27, 2011 by
6 question(s)
Wilson Paul

Ana & Phy 1085

1) Trabecular bone is also known as: : none of the above
2) The skull bones are classified as: : flat bones
3) This type of fracture is defined by the fact that the skin is not broken: : closed fracture
4) The hormone calcitonin is an important hormone in adults. : True
5) The humerus and femur develop by the process of intramembranous ossification.
: False

Created on May 26, 2011 by
15 question(s)
Wilson Paul

muscles 0f shoulder girdle

Created on May 22, 2011 by
0 question(s)
willie lucas

Scope and Standards of Practice and Code of Ethics for Nurses
A review of the standards and provisions of the American Nurses Associations Scope and Standards of Practice (2004) and the American Nurses Associations Code of Ethics (2001) with respect to the laws, regulations, and ethics of contemporary nursing.
1) The latter portion of the Scope and Standards of practice encompasses standards seven through fifteen which discusses the standards of professional performance. : True
2) Ethics, standard eleven allows the registered nurse to collaborate with the patients, their families and others branches in the conduct of nursing practice : True
3) Standard number twelve covers collaboration, which states that the registered nurse must integrate ethical provisions in all areas of practice. : True
4) Malpractice is a type of negligence committed by a person in professional capacity. : True
5) In the ANA Code of Ethics with Interpretive Statements, which provision states, "The nurse promotes, advocates for, and strives to protect the health, safety, and rights of the patient"? : Provision 1

Created on May 18, 2011 by
7 question(s)
Donna Ban

States and Capitals
Quiz On United States....
1) Capital of Florida? : Tallahassee
2) San Antonia is the capital of Georgia.... : True
3) Capital of New York? : Albany

Created on May 05, 2011 by
3 question(s)
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