To all who pass nclex-pn

  1. Just would like to ask for all who pass the nclex-pn, what were the things you've prepared for the exam? Were you all seriously reviewing full time?
    Dd you have all the review materials?
    Honestly, im still studying for LPN but Im very afraid in taking nclex in the future, i have this feeling of unpreparedness.
    Pls help.
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  2. 4 Comments

  3. by   mhel21
    I've been doing the nclex practice test and I do pretty good, I get 80 to 90% correct most of the time, but for some reason I have this fear of taking the nclex test... I was scheduled on 10/4 but I rescheduled it on 10/6. Someone told me that this is normal. I think this time I'm like 99% forsure, I'm going to keep my schedule...good luck to you
  4. by   cbid
    Wow, does that sound familiar!

    I don't think there is any way to prepare other than what you have done.
    You are doing great. Now don't reschedule anymore. Have faith in yourself!
    You can do it!
    You are a nurse
  5. by   suzanne4
    Quote from flornest
    Just would like to ask for all who pass the nclex-pn, what were the things you've prepared for the exam? Were you all seriously reviewing full time?
    Dd you have all the review materials?
    Honestly, im still studying for LPN but Im very afraid in taking nclex in the future, i have this feeling of unpreparedness.
    Pls help.
    You should be doing questions on a consistent basis, aobut 100 per day, as well as reviewing the rationales behind each and every answer.
  6. by   suzanne4
    Unless you have a spousal green card, or are married to an American, you will not be permitted to work in the US until you take and pass the NCLEX-RN exam. You must hold a professional license as a nurse to meet the requirements, as well as have a Visa Screen Certificate. LPN is considered a technical nurse in the US, and doesn not meet immigration requirements.

    A license to work as a nurse doesn't mean anything if immigration doesn't permit you to use it.

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