I found out i failed my NCLEX RN this week and I am heartbroken. I am thinking about enrolling in the kaplan review
(kaplan complete) which is 450 dollars. I was initially using saunders, but as most say, it was very easy and i did not find the nclex to be that easy. Therefore; now i want to do kaplan review. I heard that kaplan is harder than the nclex, and some ppl say that they actually failed even after the kaplan course, because they found themsevles reading into the question. I want to know from the ones who used kaplan and passed, .. is this myth true? Did you find yourself reading into the questions on the NCLEX exam after doing the kaplan review? I really dont want to read into the answer. Please help.
Jun 27, '09
Quote from nurse2be09
For everyone that I knew who took Kaplan, they say Kaplan was harder than the NCLEX in their opinion. Everyone I knew who took Kaplan passed NCLEX on the first try. There is one girl who took NCLEX, got 265 questions and failed the first time. The second time, she took Kaplan, completed all the questions, took NCLEX again, got 75 questions and PASSED.
yea its always a good idea to complete all the questions , and also to read all the rationals and understand what the question is asking.
the kaplan course that i am taking is going to be held once a week on sundays for four consecutive sundays. I wanted to know since the course will only meet once a week, can i still do qbank questions at home? .
Last edit by 2bNurse4life4ever on Jun 27, '09