I am the most anxiety prone person, I know. I worry about everything. I have studied for a good three weeks preparing for the Nclex. I have prayed for GOD to show me favor and INDEED HE DID.
I got to pearson vue... and I was shaky and nervous, sweating, and tripping over myself. I just kept saying Lord cover me with the blood of Jesus and prayed to St. Cupertino for test assistance. I'm Catholic.
Anyway I get the test and BAM question after question is SATA
, I had at most 30, no JOKE, every time they appeared it was like a cruel joke . The first 10 SATA
appeared, I was like, " Okay there shouldn't be anymore". I was wrong. When I was doing KAPLAN and NCLEX 4000 I had always get them wrong. So I'm scared. I had no math, no hotspot, not any other special questions but SATA
. I nearly ****** my pants.
My test shut off at 75, I was horrified. 30 SATAs. 30 SATAs is all thought about
. I shaking as I drive home. I'm weak and crying. I prayed the whole way home. I was too scared to do the POP UP until today this morning and said I need to check, so I can sleep.
I did the pop up trick and got the good pop up. I'm shaking still of shock.
My advice for SATAs is get NCLEX 4000 and do the alternate style of question, I think they had like 264 and I sat there and did them all. I also recommend to get NCSBN, HURST, KaplaN Q-bank, NCLEX 4000. The one I think that best had the feel of NCLEX was NCSBN questions. Try to answer ALL the questions and read the modules.
I just want to thank GOD, St. Cupertino for my helping me.
I also want to thank allnurses.com for their unofficial study guide.
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Thank you. I think u got that from ncbsn tips on how to answer questions. Il be taking soon and I'm praying so hard to pass it. Thanks for the tips and congratulation.
Yep, SATAs are shaky...I made a commitment to answer what I read or heard to be true. NCSBN is worth every penny. Those questions are hard. I ranged from a 45-72% and did them over again 3 times.
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