I passed NCLEX-RN!!! - page 4
Hi! I want to thank everyone who helped me in this website. You guys are the best! I'm a foreign graduate and took nclex the first try last May 17 and had 3 months to study before my big day. The... Read More
0May 24, '13 by NoboundaryQuote from lllenjolllWhere did you hear about diet questions being the easy ones? I'm just curious. Lol. I'm so glad that you passed. I'm still studying for my mid june d-day
It was hard!!. I got a lot of questions about diet, sata types question, prioritizarion and pharmacology.. I kinda panicked at diet questions because I learned from my review that if you get an easy questions (like diet), your score is going below average. *I'm in doubt though.
Middle of my exam I really felt so defeated and it scared the **** out of me! But then a good voice kept whispering to inside my brain "it's too early too give up". Question stopped at 75. I felt I failed!!! I almost cry too right after I left the building. But my brain's just too exhausted to do that..
I did the PVT! And got the "good popup"!!!
God is so gooooooodddd!!
0May 27, '13 by lllenjolll, BSN, RNQuote from NoboundaryThat's what the coach on the review class I attended 2 years ago said me.
Where did you hear about diet questions being the easy ones? I'm just curious. Lol. I'm so glad that you passed. I'm still studying for my mid june d-day
Diet, computations, anatomy, definitions, or any straight forward questions are in the easy category. Because we do not need to analyze or do critical thinking.. I don't know how true is this. They also said sata types are in the high category.
0May 27, '13 by EndowedCongratulations. I couldn't help but notice the way you concluded your write up. Seems you are from Nigeria.
0Oct 14, '13 by TexanNurseYeeHawI am so sorry for the late reply! For somereason i couldnt send you a PM. New Mexico is one of the compact states compatible with Texas. I think it should be able to work. However i know that texas requires their nurses to complete the Jurisprudence exam, which is free, open book, but timed. Thats all the info I think is correct. Feel free to contact the Texas BON. Theyre really friendly and helpful! Hope this helps!