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I am in the same boat..
Worried to death and wondering how n where to study! I have failed twice n have 1 more chance to redo the exam in about two weeks.
I have the HESI review book and Saunders. I have reviewed my weak areas as per evolve remediation.
Our sch requirement is 850. First time i got 825 and 2nd time I scored 843. I know that one of my weakest areas is changing the answers...
Hoping and working towards a <850 ..
Good luck in your preparation!
I used the Saunder's NCLEX-RN book and focused on delegation so that I was secure in the PN's role. I knew exactly what could be delegated to the PN and who the PN would report to etc. Work on NCLEX questions every day. I started with just 5-10 a day when I started my program and just continue doing them, reading the rationales even when I was correct.
I passed mine with 1105 the first try. But the key is to just really know your stuff and I find that NOT changing answers and being confident in my choice helps as well.