No problem. GET thee to Amazon
, and get Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX RN. Read it from cover to cover, do the questions as they come up, and review your answers.
Take the CD and don't use "test" mode, use "REVIEW" mode. Select ALL of the questions, and begin (the software on this disk, unlike others, will let you resume where you left off when you quit) as you answer the question (in review mode) it will give you the correct answer (if you chose wrong) along with the rationale. Even if you choose correctly, READ THE RATIONALE for the answer -the NCLEX is not a test of knowledge, but of thought processes. You passed school, so you KNOW the stuff. Now you need to THINK CORRECTLY to get past this.
I tried Kaplans, as well as another book. I failed at 264 questions (one short of the max) -I was an A-B student. I was devestated. I picked up this book and did exactly what I just wrote, and passed with 75 questions (minimum required) -AND the Florida BON had JUST raised the pass requirements on the NCLEX a month previously -it was a piece of cake after the book -I even left the facility without a doubt that I'd passed it.
I've told the same to more first-time failed candidates than I can recall, and each and every one of 'em has told me (afterward) that they passed after doing this. It really is that good of a book.