Sakshi, take some time off to decompress your current predicament. I cannot imagine how hard this is for you. Please don't give up and DO NOT focus on the fact that you've had a 7th fail result. This you can no longer control and change. Going forward, put all your efforts to understanding your strengths and weaknesses, how to study smarter, understanding how the NCLEX RN is written and how to effectively answer NCLEX questions.
Find the right book that best fit your learning type. Are you a visual learner? Are you a hands on learner? Audio-visual learner? I graduated 18
years ago and took NCLEX RN exam for the 2nd time on Dec 17 and passed with 88 questions. What did I do differently this time? I stuck with 1 book (MaryAnn Hogan), only used Saunders or Exam Cram for further clarification or if I needed a different perspective to better understand content. Before and
after reading each system, I used NCLEX 4000 and NCLEX 10,000 (PrepU) for questions. This enhanced my comprehension and retention.
In addition, I kept a notebook and handwrote key concepts, meds, nursing actions, etc (by system). I have easel papers (looks like a huge sticky note) all over my walls with concepts such as lab values, therapeutic levels, Infection control, etc. Since I see it everyday, it helped with retention instead of memorization. I followed a structured and disciplined study schedule generated from taking pre-diagnostic test from Mary Ann Hogan's book. I had NO social life for 4 1/2 months.
Two weeks before my exam, I read Kaplan 2012-2013 Strategies, Practice and Reviews with CD ROM....cover to cover, no skipping pages. I made sure I understood the rationales, why I kept choosing INCORRECT answer, and had to shift my thought process to that of the NCLEX way. And I really struggled with choosing between the answer I think is correct vs. the NCLEX answer. I fought and fought but ultimately realized that I needed to give in or else I would not pass yet again.
You have all the resources available to you, you've taken the exam...use this to your advantage. Read the test plan and understand what the NCLEX is all about https://www.ncsbn.org/1287.htm
Good luck to you and stay positive!