I don't know if I can pass the NCLEX RN in two days

  1. 0 I just want to vent. I don't know if I can pass the NCLEX-RN. I been doing the NCBSN QA Random Selection and my scores are always in lower or higher then 60%. I been doing the kaplan Q Trainers and my scores have been, well, they are in normal limit, but on two of them, i scored in the 50s. Even random questions online I feel like I'm struggling. My biggest fear is that I will blank on the exam and I will lose the ability to logically think...like I'm doing now. I just feel like it can go either way and I've been studying so hard for this exam for the past few months and I feel like I learned nothing. Ahhhh

    Last edit by RunawayN on Apr 22, '13
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    About RunawayN

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  4. Visit  hbhalla profile page
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    i guess you should give your exam sooner the better
  5. Visit  RunawayN profile page
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    That's why I moved it up..

    And sorry everybody, I just needed to vent.
  6. Visit  mcorn profile page
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    can anybody tell me a good diagnostic test... I have posted a thread but i haven't receive any response... I have the test in two days..
  7. Visit  pumpkinspice555 profile page
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    Yah I think I've waited too long to take my test. My practice scores were decent last week but have since plummeted. I think I'm just tired of answering practice questions. My test is really soon though, so hopefully I'll remember the info I've been studying and reading up on!
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    Quote from pumpkinspice555
    Yah I think I've waited too long to take my test. My practice scores were decent last week but have since plummeted. I think I'm just tired of answering practice questions. My test is really soon though, so hopefully I'll remember the info I've been studying and reading up on!
    Good luck to you pumpkinspice!


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