Quote from Nursingfem007
I graduated in august i have been trying to study but i dont know. I just feel overwhelmed. Maybe i can get some advice. Here is what i have to study...PDA lacharitySaunders comprehensive nclex rnATI COMPREHENSIVE NCLEX rnNclex rn made incredible easy review and q&aFeuer audioKaplan strategies book and discLast but not least Kaplan online did the review last month. Am i studying too much... with kaplan ive been getting 49% to 60% question trainer and q bank. Saunders is easier to answer so i dont know pls somebody help me... i even been praying more . God got me thru nursing school hope he get me thru nclex. Im stressed out my mind... please help somebody somewhere.
I think that you are over thinking it. The key to passing NCLEX is to take the test no more then 3 months after graduation. The sooner, the better. 86% pass the test on the first attempt. You have to be confident that you know the material, and you do! My plan was the Kaplan test bank. I was getting 50-60's on those tests as well. I kept going over every topic until every question in every category was answered correctly. I also researched test taking strategies as well. You will get questions that you are totally clueless on. It helps to know how to approach these types of questions to increase your chances of getting them correct. Just remember, NCLEX is just a test. You have taken many tests in nursing school and you graduated! This test is no different! You will be fine!