For everyone that believes the hype of study or that.. it didn't work for me. Let me explain. I used Kaplan, did every trainer and all Qbank, all my scores were upper 60's and 70's. So I knew I was in a good place to pass. I also used Saunders did about 90% of their CD which was probably around 2000 questions. Neither helped. I have to say I did pass but purely on my knowledge from class. I had questions on postmortem care (never heard a thing about it) herbals (none that were stressed in class/trainers) vena cava syndrome (briefy talked about) zero labs not even in the question part, zero calculations, tons of questions about PICCs. I really thought I had failed and was surprised to find my name on BON. It really used depends on the random questions that are selected. Kaplan's format to weed out questions does not work for the NCLEX. All the options are good for the NCLEX, i.e. increase fluids, stop smoking, call DR if..., Kaplan's are stated like, decrease fluids (usually wrong), cut down smoking (always wrong, answer is Stop smoking). That sort of thing. Kaplan questions are worded the exact same and the NCLEX looks just like it but the answer options are much easier for Kaplan.. Good luck all!