I am trying to develop a detailed study plan for the NCLEX but am finding it overwhelming.. I was wondering if anyone can offer any advice, tips, or sample study plans to tackle studying for the NCLEX. By detailed I mean like how many hours a day, what to do in those 3 hours, break times, to study content or just do questions, etc... The detailed the better. Any help is much appreciated!
Thank you in advance to those that provide feedback.
Last edit by Joe V on Aug 28, '12
Aug 28, '12
Content is the most for this exam followed by practice questions.I read one topic a day followed by questions on the same content.Do not make schedule that you cannot conquer or stick to.It will take about a day or two to follow the routine.I know it's a lot when you make a study schedule but believe me take one topic a day and you will be fine.
If you want more information on how i study then please follow my daily log for NCLEX-RN exam.
Good luck with your preparation!!
Aug 28, '12
Hello there... I remembered studying 1-2 topics for at least 6-8 hrs per day. Snacks and rest included. My break time ranges from 5min-30min.
Before, I tried answering questions after each topic on the same day but I changed it half way through my study plan because it wasn't working for me. So, what I did was I gathered all my Qbanks and answered it all on my final week.
I prefer core content over test taking strat.
Sep 1, '12
I did NCLEX questions daily...as many as you can stand...=0) Good Luck!!
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