NewYorkNurse88 2,857 Views
Joined Oct 10, '13.
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would it be alright if i can contact you by email to ask you some questions regarding study tips?
here is my email address:
thanks for sharing your experience!
This post was everything! Definitely gave me a boost of confidence and inspiration! Thank you!
Thank your your advice. God bless you for your kindness.
Hi hun!Love your name btw and love your post more!Sitting for the exam on saturday (April 05,2014) and promise I will post too whatever experience I can get from the exam.Thank you for inspiring me.I get you,I bought every review tool possible and my table looks like a kindergarten's lol!Thank you again and Godbless
Thank you so much RNSwag for taking the time to write and more importantly, to inspire us new grads! I wish you nothing but success in you career!
Congrats on passing your NCLEX! This is my first semester in my nursing program, and the NCLEX is already very daunting. It is a great help to hear tips and techniques for passing from someone that has gone through the process recently. Our school provides us with an NCLEX review program that I use weekly, but it is great to hear about other sources that are available!
I am currently in my first semester of the nursing program. From day 1, we have been told that we need to complete at least 100 NCLEX study questions a week if we want to pass the NCLEX in the future. Your post was very helpful. Not everyone can pass the first time around, and that is ok. There is a reason that it is offered to be retaken. Your hints are very helpful, and I will keep them in mind when I have to take the NCLEX in a couple years.
This article makes me have a positive outlook. I just have to space things out and study in order to achieve my goals. I sometimes try to over do myself, and I know I shouldn't. This article gives me some good tips as to how to succeed in the biggest test of my life!
I've started my job search months ago, LOL. I really, really want to do L&D but my local hospitals don't hire new grads to L&D. I did my L&D and leadership rotation at the hospital where my class instructor is the CNS for the women, infant's and children's department, so I hoping for me she will make an exception. I already have my NRP, and I am taking a 24 contact hour class on mother/newborn this week. So....I'm keeping my fingers crossed!
Thanks so much!
congratulations! this is truly awesome and beyond inspirational. i always thought preparing for the exam was all about studying and semi-sacrificing your personal life because of the bulk of everything that needed to be studied repetitively. partially this is true but after failing my first try last june, i realized there is so much more than what i have mentioned above. this journey has made me know myself deeper - my strengths and weaknesses. my patience and faith was severely tested and there moments when i almost lost it and was on the verge of giving up. but after hating and ranting in my head (or sometimes to my friends via instant messaging because they are all in the philippines), i pick myself up, and do a little personal pep talk and would eventually convince myself again that i'm almost there and giving up and quitting will never be an option because if others can do, why can't i? plus I AM ALMOST FREAKING THERE, right?!?!?!? anyway, enough rambling, thanks so much for people like you, RNswag. you guys may not know it but through this simple gestures, you are being a huge part of the support system that all of us test-takers need. more power to you and good luck on your career. by the way, i will be taking my second rn-nclex on 11-7-13, please pray for me guys. good luck to everyone also who are on the same boat as i am we got this and we can do this! have a great day everyone!!
Yes I did!! 112 questions today and good pop-up!!!
Congratulations! I'm going to take the test on my second try soon and hoping for it to be my last. By the way, great post!! Hope to read more in the future!!
This is what I know I'm going to need very soon! I finish my program in December and I am already studying some for the nclex. I am going to print this post and keep it in my purse. Very helpful and uplifting...
I really needed this. I take my boards in a few days and really needed a pick me up! Congrats on Passing!
Hey I'm using Hurst right now. However, I couldn't help but realize that the materials they had presented me with doesn't have everything there is to know about that particular system. For example. I was going over the Cardiac system, but they never mention anything about endocarditis or pericarditis. However while I was doing some practice questions, I realized the question topic was endocarditis. Do you think Hurst is sufficient enough to help me prepare for the NCLEX-RN?
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