Hi. Your story is so inspirational and I applaud you for getting through making it through this rough patch. You did it!!!!!
I, too, am taking my exam in 2 and a half weeks and still feel like I don't know anything after going over some content. You said a person can do a thousand questions and still know nothing. I agree with that 1,000%; people have been telling me to just do questions and I just couldn't understand how they can tell me to do questions when I feel like i don't know enough. At this point, I am so overwhelmed that I don't think I can memorize much. After all, I have 2 and a half weeks before my exam. For content, I am doing NCSBN and it is very informative but ALOT of information. It takes me close to a whole day to do 1 lesson. By the time I am done with the lesson, I am ready for bed.
Do you have any advice on how I should organize my time and day? I am a morning person.
Did you begin your day by doing NCLEX style questions? I am not sure of how to organize my day where I have enough time to go over all the content and memorize it and do about 150 questions a day.
Also for me, SATA is my weakness. Does Saunders have a book thats just SATA and alternate questions?
Your advice would be greatly appreciated, especially since you have been through the struggle. Thanks