Still thankful because I got all NEAR PASSING and one above PASSING on the report. Atleast I know where I stand after being out of school for at least 6 years. Although I took a remedial course a year ago but that was because my state required it.
I used Exam Cram, PDA and NCSBN. I think all I need to do is to have that extra push over the line to pass! Do more questions and a little bit of content on the side I guess. What do you guys suggest I should do? Should I concentrate on questions or review content all over again?? Open to all comments, suggestions and the critics.
For those of you who are taking the exam for the 4th or 5th time, don't get discouraged and see where you really need to focus on instead of worrying so much.
stay positive !!!
By the way, I had 31 SATA
. no calculations, 2 meds, 4 dragNdrop.. 4 hours and 205 questions.