I passed thanks to all of you!!!

  1. After 16 years, I am a Registered Nurse!!! This site is full of inspirational, supportive people. I have followed many of you on your NCLEX journeys and I thank you!!! I must say, when they say you leave feeling you failed that is absolutely the truth!!! I was certain I failed but I got the good pop up!! Good luck to all who are yet to test!!! If I can do it so can you!! I have to say the apps are wonderful, they give you an opportunity to do practice questions wherever you are!! Anyway, thanks again!!!

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  3. by   shicurls
    !!! Congratulationssssss !!!
  4. by   helpmepass
    CONGRATS again! I hope to be in your shoes sometime in the near future!!!!
  5. by   chanela
    @ APerry5675: congratulations! you are very inspiring.. hope you can share with us the apps you used? thanks in advance..
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  7. by   liaj
    Congratulations, very inspiring story.
  8. by   Boopsie3
    What resources did you use?
  9. by   Boopsie3
    Congratulations also !!!
  10. by   Bella2917
    What materials have u used? And how have u been studying? I know it hurts but u have to move on and get up again..u can do it!!
  11. by   Bella2917
    Ok I also used hurst and I loved it or content...I used Kaplan QT and lacharity. Did u go over all the rationales and understand them? Did u do questions everyday? In regards to calculations..I just took the nclex Monday and I only had 1 calculation and I must've spent like 10 mins on it cause I could not get the answer..I had to just guess because I knew I was spending too much time on it.
  12. by   boylibra2003
    You have a chance. You will pass the exam. Just concentrate on few materials only like Saunders for content review, and PDA by la charity and Kaplan Qtrainers for practice. Study also basic ekg graph, infection controls, and most importantly believe in yourself and PRAY BIG.
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  14. by   J_Benson
    I came across your post today and I knew I had to reach out to you for help. I have been out of nursing school for 6 years and have taken the Nclex RN 5 times. I lost all self confidence in myself and depressed. The past 2 years, I have dealt with health issues that required many surgeries. Now that I have overcome those health issues, I am ready to conquere this test. I haven't gotten the actual "no" yet, but I am dreading patiently for a letter/email telling me I am not eligible to take my nclex RN. See, I live in Texas and I have read that if you haven't passed the Nclex in 4 years I will have to go back to nursing school. I can't go back to school full time and I've been crying for hours. This is MY fault and I am the one to blame. I should have passed my test years ago and shouldn't have given up. Life took a turn on me and yes, I was sick for a long time, but that's no excuse.
    I have called Pearson Vue and they told me I have to wait 4 weeks and if I haven't received my ATT by the 4th week then to call back. Anyways, I saw your post about how you were out of school for 16 years and you were looking into taking your Nclex in a different state. If you have any advice to help me find a place where I can take my Nclex I would greatly appreciate it. I'm lost and I don't know where to go from here. Thank you.
    Also, congrats on achieving your goal and becoming a RN!!! I have two wonderful kids and I want them to see that no matter how hard life knocks you down, you get back up and fight for your dreams/goals.