I took my nclex today for the second time. I used the remar review only this time. I didn't even do questions. When taking the test, for questions I was unsure of, I used ABC then nursing process and then maslows. I took one hour to answer 85 total questions. Almost every single question, with the exception of one (EKG) was in the remar review. From studying the remar review, I knew the answers or at least partially and could narrow it down, for every single question.
As soon as I left the testing center, I got into my car, made sure my test said delivery successful, and got the GOOD POP UP.
Diligence and prayer is key. Staying focused was hard but I took a deep breath and said a short prayer when I felt overwhelmed and at the 85the question, I knew I wasn't getting any more questions cause I knew for certain, based off my knowledge from the remar review, that I was answering them correctly.
I had 1 EKG, NO math at all, a ton of maternity and psych questions, 5 about disease processes, 1 med, and a ton of priority or patient teaching. I had a few delegation. 1 drag and drop, 3 exhibits, no hot spots, and I swear probably at least 60 SATA.
If I can do it, you can too!
Aug 23, '13
How were the SATAs? Were they easier than other practice tests? 60 out of 85 are alot
Last edit by kerrynurse on Aug 23, '13
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