Any one pass nclex pn without studying it too hard?
- 0I reschedule my exam so manytimes because i feel like i never STUDY enough and I always feel like im not READY to retake my nclex pn.....
does anyone ever feel the same way?
anyone Pass is without studying too hard or not really prepared for the test???
i really wanna get over it..the more i wait to more i stressed. and i feel like im not ready to retake it since i fail the first time. and i know for a fact that i will never feel im ready because i reschedule my test so many times...
ANY ADVICE?? SUGGESTION? AND EXPIERENCE???
- 1Jan 5, '09 by irish6363Your post sounds exactly like what I felt. I must have rescheduled my test at least 3 times, I finally went ahead and had to schedule it the very last week I had available to me on my ATT. I really know exactly what you feel. Well I did take it on Dec 16th it has been three weeks and I am not very sure either way. It feels like you really don't know whether you pass or not..I feel that no matter how much I studied or didn't the questions were I found not that difficult. They were vague and confusing.
I let the whole 6 months run almost out on my ATT due to the same reason you feel...That you aren't ready. In the end to be honest I just stopped studying about the month before and just took it...I felt that I wasn't going to allow this exam to set a limit on being able to continue with the other aspects of my life. I don't know yet what happened but I will be posting the result pass or fail.
- 0Jan 5, '09 by DIVA_NURSE405U have to study! there is no wrong way not to study (unless u dont study @ all) u never know what type of questions u will get so u have to study everything get a comprehensive study book like Saunders and complete everything thats in it. U never know what type of questions u will get i passed on my 1st try with the min questions of 85 and I would say that 75% were pharm questions, I didnt get any OB questions(i was worried about OB). Just really focus on your weakness and drill it till it cant be drilled anymore! There is no way you can learn all the drugs but know the main drugs for disease process e.g. CHF know the drugs u will expect to see LASIX and its side effects, the diet, adverse reactions, and what labs you expect to see with this! Trust me the longer u stay away the more u will lose. Good luck:redpinkhe
ps- for everybody who failed I would look into a refresher course like the ATI i heard great things about this course go to www.atitesting.com and check them out!
- 0you are right but I just cant help but feel this way ( and i know most people do ) sometimes even if you study soo hard, and even if you feel like you are prepared you still failed...and i know a lot of people that did. there is just sooo many things that you need to know that i just feel like you never feel like you are prepared or feel ready ....
- 0Jan 5, '09 by mich321I understand how you are feeling. I have been studying for the NCLEX-RN, and I feel like there is no way I will ever possibly know all the information in the review book. The more I worry about not knowing everything, the less studying I actually get done! Therefore I have decided to keep doing good quality studying, and try not to get overwhelmed by the volume of information.
- 1Jan 5, '09 by caliotter3I took it while in school for RN and managed to pass it because I was studying the material in school. Probably wouldn't have done so well if I had waited until some time had passed after I stopped going to school. Stop rescheduling and just go and take it. You might be pleasantly surprised. And if you aren't lucky, at least you will have the experience under your belt and it won't be so threatening the next time. Good luck.