I know that where I'm at (in Dayton, OH) there's this awesome professor who holds a NCLEX review class. He's Mark Klimek, and the class is all about reviewing the material in very easy-to-remember ways. He does a lot of pneumonics, pictures, and graphs that are easy to remember.
It's important to learn the technique of answering their questions... Like how to prioritize using Maslow and understanding there's a difference to picking the BEST answer vs. the FIRST thing-you'd-do answer.
Apart from learning the ways to answer the questions, don't try to learn everything you learned the last several yrs of nursing school
. Go over things that you know you haven't retained much in. A lot of ppl need to review OB/maternity, peds, and pharm. Instead of doing drug cards that cover individual drugs, learn the general classifications and study them that way. For instance, all of the diuretics that end in "x" X out the potassium (i.e. LasiX, BumeX).
There's lot of neat tricks and ways to learn things w/o frying your brain!
Good luck to you, and there's a lot more info on this in the NCLEX forum.