Latest Comments by blynn9173

Latest Comments by blynn9173

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    I feel exactly the same way. I have been doing this now for the past six months. I always worry did I chart enough. I work the night shift and we are busy. Alot of times, I don't sit down to chart till 2 am. My patients come first. These past six months has been a stressful journey but I have learned alot along the way. It is hard not to be stressed out I know. Just hang in there, it will get better for us in time.

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    This post about stress and worry is so me. I have been into my career now for six months, and i still feel like I know nothing. I still am constantly asking questions. I am such a worry wort. I still do not feel comfortable some times. I just hope by the time my year has come I will feel more confident. There are nights that I just want to leave and never go back to nursing. I hope it gets better with time. Thank you Esme12 for posting those sheets. I plan on using some of them.


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    Bethzy328 likes this.

    "I think you may have MRSA"

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    Good Luck. Praying for you!

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    Congrats!

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    Altogether I probably studied a couple of months before my test. I used Hurst for content review, NCLEX 4000 (for questions), and NCSBN for questions the week before the test. I did every single question of the NCSBN (learning extension) before I took the NCLEX. They were hard questions but they were very similar to the NCLEX format. I also used Lacharity for practice on the priority questions. Make sure you know your infection control well and prioritization.

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    vumblevee likes this.

    You can pass the NCLEX. Just keep studying. I am living proof of passing after the 5th time. I just took the NCLEX on July 31 for the 5th time and passed it. I took a week off work before my NCLEX and did nothing but questions the week before. I know exactly what you mean that passing the NCLEX is what you think about alot. I thought about it all the time. Just keep studying, and you will make it!

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    Just stay calm. You know your stuff. You will conquer the NCLEX.

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    Butterfly913 you will pass next time. Just keep studying. I did find the questions to NCSBN very similar to NCLEX. I took the week of work and did nothing but questions and read every rationale whether I got it right or wrong. I did every question on NCSBN. I bought it this time because my professors where I graduated recommended it. So I did. I believe just doing questions over and over help me pass. Good luck in your studying. I know you pass NCLEX.

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    Don't ever give up! You can do this! I failed my NCLEX more than 3 times before I passed it. If I can do it you can too. Just have faith in yourself. You made it through school so you can pass this test!!!!

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    I just got my license on August 7, 2012. I work at CAMC. I started on the floor today. There is alot to learn.

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    AheleneRN likes this.

    Don't ever give up! You can do this! I failed my NCLEX several times before I passed and believe me I know how you feel. It is hard to pick up the books and start studying again. I have been out of school since 2010 and recently passed my boards at the end of July. What I did this last time I took the NCLEX I started studying a month before my test. The week before my test I took the week off work, and did nothing but study that whole week. I also bought the learning extension stuff for 3 weeks. I truly believe that it helped out tremendously. I done every question on the learning extension, and read every rationale. It was hard to make myself to sit there and go through question after question, but I did it and I passed. The questions from learning extension is similar to the questions on NCLEX. Some of them were pretty tough. Just do questions, and read the rationales. That is what I did. I hope this helps because believe me I know how you feel. If you need anything else just let me know. Have a good night!

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    I have done this review and loved it. I don't think there is a way where you can share it. I would highly recommend it though. All the questions are good questions. Good luck on your test!

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    Can anybody help me with this problem Aminophylline 25 mg/hr
    Concentration 500 mg of amniophylline in 250 ml

    how many ML/Hr?

    thanks


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