Quote from marinesgirl
i used kaplan and saunders but i never really placed my heart to it. i was really stressed at thst time. now i dont know where to start and pick up. i feel like im a blank page now
You have some great resources to use to pass.
Start off with a clean slate.
Look at the NCLEX for its four parts in order for one to enter as a entry level nurse: Safe, Effective Care; Health Promotion and Maintenance; Psychological Integrity; Physiological Integrity.
Next, set up a time period to study. Give yourself two months to study MAX if you need to. Review Kaplan book and Saunders cover to cover.
Make sure you are reviewing questions and rationales-even the ones that you answer correctly. Look at what the question is ASKING you; that helps in choosing the BEST answer. Review the sources if you don't understand the rationales.
The NCSBN (makers of the NCLEX) also has a comprehensive study program as well.
You may be facing challenges, but you passed a great challenge-nursing school. You owe it to yourself and your child to bask in deciding to have feelings of success or constant challenges. Seek out support to help give you time to study. Center yourself against your challenges. Reach out and seek outlets for your personal frustrations, a teacher, a mentor, professional counselors if need be. RETAKE the NCLEX-RN...YOU DESERVE to; YOU DESERVE SUCCESS.
Sending positive vibes to your success! We need you out there!