My daily log for NCLEX-RN exam - page 17

by aspiring-lpn 26,800 Views | 240 Comments

First of all i want to thank one1morestep for such an inspiration as i used to follow her log everyday.So,this time i wanted to start my own log.I will post my daily achievement in here to keep myself on the track and to keep me... Read More


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    taking my exam in 6 days! 😁
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    I'm still curious about where these 4,000 NCLEX questions come from? I started NCSBN Learning Extension yesterday for a 3 week course... I rather have the hurst review but I can't afford it at the time. Where are these 4,000 questions coming from???? and AspiringRN2b-Good luck! it seems like you have really been on top of the ballgame here!!!!!!
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    Quote from lhadaway
    I'm still curious about where these 4,000 NCLEX questions come from? I started NCSBN Learning Extension yesterday for a 3 week course... I rather have the hurst review but I can't afford it at the time. Where are these 4,000 questions coming from???? and AspiringRN2b-Good luck! it seems like you have really been on top of the ballgame here!!!!!!
    Thank you so much!!!Please check your PM
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    Quote from Noemark
    taking my exam in 6 days! 
    Good luck!!!
    May god bless us!!
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    Quote from rizmei
    hi guys... gonna start with my review too..i'll be taking the nclex this coming december.
    materials that i have are: feuer audio, nclex 3500, exam cram practice questions, nclex rn study guide. Still need to purchase saunders nclex book and going to enroll in hurst online review. is this ok for 2 months preparation? I'm really worried
    It's you to figure out whether 2 month is enough for you to study or not.I would also suggest you to buy strategy book by Kaplan which will help you to understand how the exam really works and how to answer different type of questions.I have not passed the exam yet so i cannot suggest anything more than this.
    Good luck!!!
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    Hi Ihadaway,
    I sent PM to you. good luck!
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    Hello...I am a new "member' to this site and glad I stumbled across this thread. Im just now getting around to creating a study schedule. Im planning on taking my NCLEX at the end of November. Where does one start?

    Ive noticed that many of you are using the Hurst review. Any input on how NCSBN review compares to the Hurst review? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    So far my study materials are:

    Saunders Comprehensive review
    PDA by laCharity
    Kaplan test taking strategies
    Saudners Q&A flashcards

    Any tips on a how to create a study schedule would also be appreciated! Good luck to you all!
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    Ee[QUOTE=Noemark;6954513]taking my exam in 6 days! 😁Good luck!
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    Quote from BSN2biam
    Hello...I am a new "member' to this site and glad I stumbled across this thread. Im just now getting around to creating a study schedule. Im planning on taking my NCLEX at the end of November. Where does one start?

    Ive noticed that many of you are using the Hurst review. Any input on how NCSBN review compares to the Hurst review? Any information would be greatly appreciated.

    So far my study materials are:

    Saunders Comprehensive review
    PDA by laCharity
    Kaplan test taking strategies
    Saudners Q&A flashcards

    Any tips on a how to create a study schedule would also be appreciated! Good luck to you all!
    Study schedule:Figure out in which part you are weak.Is it a content or strategy??Get a calendar and make a schedule for each system as i have done in this log.Take one at a time and do not over do it or drag yourself to study.Take a weekend off or take one day off in a week.This is how i made my schedule and have not appeared the exam yet so i cannot really tell whether this schedule worked for me or not.You can search in here for study schedule and can see what worked the most for other people who passed this exam.Do some research and analyse what will work for you.

    Following are my own experience about the review.It may or may not apply to everyone and you are the one to figure out what works best for you as you know yourself better than anyone.

    Hurst review:It is a must have for content as Aunt Marlene explains everything in a very easy way.If you are someone like me who do not retain much after reading a book then i would say go for Hurst.Reading a book just didn't work that well for me so i totally switched my study habit and followed Hurst.If you are a mix of auditory and visual learner then this will be the perfect review for you.I personally did not like their questions so i combined Hurst with Kaplan question bank.If you want more information about Hurst then visit their website or you can search in here about the Hurst review.

    NCSBN review:It also consist of content and the questions.I personally did not like this review despite of affordable price.Their rationale for the questions are really bad and they do not even explain why the question are right or wrong for each answer.I did not even look at their content as it was so lengthy and so boring.
    Good luck!!!
    Last edit by aspiring-lpn on Sep 25, '12
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    Thank you so much for the detailed explanation!! Im exactly that, a visual and auditory learner. I will look more into the hurst review! Thanks again!


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