How I passed NCLEX RN

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    just got my results today and I passed! how I did it?

    1. enrolled in a local review class (don't sleep in the class!)

    2. answered as many questions as possible

    3. always find the rationale of the questions I got wrong and even the questions I got lucky with (dont be lazy! do it!)

    4. when encountering difficult subjects that are out of this world, I consult a review book (Saunder's for me)

    5. maximize resources i.e. apps, youtube, the library for studying (very helpful for me cant study at home too many distractions), review buddies, etc.

    6. practiced taking a timed 265 question test in one day for at least 2 days, a week before my exam (those 3500+ NCLEX question CD's great way to tell you if you're answering too slow or too fast)

    7. hard work, dedication, sacrifice

    PS: took the NCLEX 4 times 1st attempt 75 questions 2nd 79 3rd 261 ran out of time 4th 186

    Never give up! you'll get there eventually...
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    Congratulations! I did pretty much what you just described and I found out today that I passed as well! What a relief, huh? #happydance
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    Quote from acotusrn
    just got my results today and I passed! how I did it?

    1. enrolled in a local review class (don't sleep in the class!)

    2. answered as many questions as possible

    3. always find the rationale of the questions I got wrong and even the questions I got lucky with (dont be lazy! do it!)

    4. when encountering difficult subjects that are out of this world, I consult a review book (Saunder's for me)

    5. maximize resources i.e. apps, youtube, the library for studying (very helpful for me cant study at home too many distractions), review buddies, etc.

    6. practiced taking a timed 265 question test in one day for at least 2 days, a week before my exam (those 3500+ NCLEX question CD's great way to tell you if you're answering too slow or too fast)

    7. hard work, dedication, sacrifice

    PS: took the NCLEX 4 times 1st attempt 75 questions 2nd 79 3rd 261 ran out of time 4th 186

    Never give up! you'll get there eventually...
    Thank you for those encouraging words.
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    Quote from julz68
    Congratulations! I did pretty much what you just described and I found out today that I passed as well! What a relief, huh? #happydance
    Relief indeed I'm under pressure cuz my application in ILLINOIS expires this month if I don't pass this time I have to take a two year class or something... So yeah... #clutch #buzzerbeater
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    Quote from kemifair

    Thank you for those encouraging words.
    Very much welcome good luck to you!
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    Awesome!!congrats to you.. I'm studying for my third attempt.. Thank you for sharing ur experience..
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    Quote from acotusrn
    just got my results today and I passed! how I did it?

    1. enrolled in a local review class (don't sleep in the class!)

    2. answered as many questions as possible

    3. always find the rationale of the questions I got wrong and even the questions I got lucky with (dont be lazy! do it!)

    4. when encountering difficult subjects that are out of this world, I consult a review book (Saunder's for me)

    5. maximize resources i.e. apps, youtube, the library for studying (very helpful for me cant study at home too many distractions), review buddies, etc.

    6. practiced taking a timed 265 question test in one day for at least 2 days, a week before my exam (those 3500+ NCLEX question CD's great way to tell you if you're answering too slow or too fast)

    7. hard work, dedication, sacrifice

    PS: took the NCLEX 4 times 1st attempt 75 questions 2nd 79 3rd 261 ran out of time 4th 186

    Never give up! you'll get there eventually...
    Congrats. Hard work pays off.
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    Quote from jpinay28
    Awesome!!congrats to you.. I'm studying for my third attempt.. Thank you for sharing ur experience..
    Very much welcome! Congrats in advance!
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    Quote from Teah8177

    Congrats. Hard work pays off.
    Absolutely hard work = success
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    Quote from Teah8177

    Congrats. Hard work pays off.
    Absolutely hardwork=success


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