Preparing for N-CLEX

  1. I will be graduating in May and have always done bad on tests in the past. How should I prepare myself to take the N-CLEX? Any suggestions would be helpful. How did you prepare for the test? Was it as hard as you thought it was going to be? Thanks for your help
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  3. by   route six six
    Quote from Aaron Catmull
    I will be graduating in May and have always done bad on tests in the past. How should I prepare myself to take the N-CLEX? Any suggestions would be helpful. How did you prepare for the test? Was it as hard as you thought it was going to be? Thanks for your help
    STUDY FROM THE MOST RECENT NCLEX REVIEW BOOK, THEN BUY THE NCLEX Q AN A BOOK. FOLLOWING ALL THAT, YOUR STILL GOING TO GET QUESTIONS UNLIKE YOU SEEN IN EITHER BOOK, BUT YOUR KNOWLEDGE BASE SHOULD THEN BE BROAD ENOUGH TO APPLY A LITTLE COMMON SENCE, AND PASS. [ STUDY CONSISTENLY SO YOU DON'T FORGET WHAT YOU PREVIOUSLY LEARNED, WORKED FOR ME] GOOD LUCK.
  4. by   suzanne4
    I recommend Saunder's books for all of my students and they have been successful with this set. Even one will be of great help. It is important to know why an answer is incorrect, as well as the correct answer. I like the way that it is explained in this set, much prefer it over the others.

    You should be doing 100 questions per day and have completed 3000 to 4000 by the time that you take your exam...........

    Good luck...............
  5. by   mysticalwaters1
    Quote from suzanne4
    I recommend Saunder's books for all of my students and they have been successful with this set. Even one will be of great help. It is important to know why an answer is incorrect, as well as the correct answer. I like the way that it is explained in this set, much prefer it over the others.

    You should be doing 100 questions per day and have completed 3000 to 4000 by the time that you take your exam...........

    Good luck...............
    The books they have mentioned and do lots and lots and lots of questions over and over again. I used those review books did brief review then just answered the questions through all the books and looked up the rationale for them all. I also took a 3day nclex review class.

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