I used the remar review and failed..I'm upset I really thought I passed this time..I felt good going in..idk what happen..
Now I have to start fresh again and I'm lost idk where to start what review to use what to study ugh I am tired of studying!!!!!!
Oct 3, '13
Last edit by hamburg on Oct 3, '13
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Oct 3, '13
Im sorry to hear you weren't successful with NCLEX. Don't give up and keep trying. You'll passed in due time.
I know of 3 people who used ReMar review and passed. Out of the three students, only one solely used ReMar to prepare for the 2nd retake. Note: all three examinees were at least second to fourth time test takers.
I believe the ReMar developer recommended utilizing supplemental material such as Saunders and Lippincott for additional content and questions. As examinees, we can't cover everything. I know everything is covered in Saunders; its just an overwhelming book. My "C" student classmate solely used Saunders for 30 consecutive days of review and passed however, that's her and not me.
I personally know one of the authors of Saunders, attended her NCLEX review, along with others classmates, some passed and others we were unsuccessful with NCLEX. She IS an EXCELLENT instructor however, we all learn differently. Thereafter, we individually utilized a variety of NCLEX review material. A few used Kaplan others used Hurst and some attended Martin, Excell, etc. live reviews.
I'm using Hurst, ReMar, Lippincott, and Mary Ann Hogan's Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN for supplemental content and questions. I know we all have various learning styles and what I'm utilizing may not work for another student. I wish you the best and will keep you in my prayers. Stay focused and go conquer NCLEX.
Last edit by teacher08 on Oct 3, '13