I log onto this forum several times a week, and this time I really feel the need to give my input.
First of all, let me say that I am a June 2000 RN grad, and therefore know of the pains you are going through in nursing school. But I must balance that by saying that being given the answers by others NEVER led the way to my success or high grades in nursing school. Believe me, I am a kind and sympathetic person, and being fresh out of school, can definitely relate to your frustration....
BUT, I believe that much of the point of these questions you are being given is to stretch and exercise your problem-solving and critical thinking skills, probably as much as rote, looking-up of pat answers on diagnoses,etc. You have to consider, is this assignment really all about coming up with the exact answer, or rather using a combination of your resources and learning to come up with some definite possibilities, and your rationales for why you may think your answers are possible!
I guess what I'm really trying to say is, there is more to this assignment than making you look through endless resources for one diagnosis. Look to what you have learned so far in school, add that to what you can get from the scenarios, combine with some research and discussion with your fellow students, and you will come up with possibilities.
I don't mean to sound rude, but if you spent as much time in research, discussion and problem-solving for answers as you do typing in the scenarios to this web site for others to feed you answers, I'm sure answers would come to you more easily. Again, I have to emphasize that I have been there VERY recently, and know how hard assignments can be, but you have to give it a little more than looking for others to give you the answers. You won't be able to post your NCLEX questions on a forum to seek help for answers, so the more you can figure out for yourself, the better!! And believe me, having recently take the NCLEX (and passed), those questions expect you to deduct outcomes from a scenario in every question. In other words, you have to take what you may already know, and use your own problem solving to come up with a possible outcome or diagnosis that you may have no previous knowledge or learning about!!
Good luck, and please consider this to be constructive input, which is the spirit in which it was intended, and not trying to put you down.