AN STUDY GUIDE?

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    i have the allnurses study guide thats been going around, whats everyones expirience with it? im not sure how to tackle it just as light reading? or pre test cram? night before the test reading...im confused it seems like great bunch of information thoughthanks for your thoughts


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    Yes, I have it and it seems very helpful but i don't really know what will be on the tests. these are good examples though... i will have to study from other books etc..
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    Aongroup1990, I got your PM, but because I don't have enough posts, they wouldn't let me respond. However, I didn't want you to think I was ignoring you!

    You asked about the NCLEX rn or pn, but unfortunately, I'm still in school myself so I can't vouch for what they're like firsthand. I do have a few close friends who are wonderful nurses and they suggested flashcards and phone apps, so you can test yourself whenever you have a few extra minutes here and there, so that's the way I'm going. (Along with setting aside time at regular intervals.) Sorry I couldn't be of more help.
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    Use it as a guide to help you study, and use the Kaplan book. I typed in study guides and found a couple on here and used them ALL for a month. I passed the NCLEX last month on the 1st try...hope that helps.
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    where can someone get the study guide? i just graduated and am starting to review a little (although i have been doing nclex style questions from day 1 and reviewing the many NCLEX books i have)
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    http://allnurses.com/nursing-student...dy-507271.html


    and

    http://allnurses.com/nclex-discussio...ex-693826.html

    Check these out and use them to guide you in doing questions..
    I read a post saying that if you do 1800 questions you have a 98% chance of passing..
    I did 2800, just to make sure

    Good luck and remember to pay it foward...


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