NCLEX assistance

  1. Hi everyone,
    I am new here. I'm planning to take my boards in June. Can anyone suggest any books or study aids to pass the NCLEX-RN? Thanks.:spin:
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  2. 6 Comments

  3. by   clyen
    One of my professors suggested taking roughly 3000 questions prior to taking the NCLEX - mainly so you can get used to the way the questions are worded, and how to answer the questions. I passed the NCLEX and got my license this week, mostly by doing the review questions in review books and the CD-ROMs included in those review books. A good review book is Kaplan, of course; also Saunder's Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination by Silvestri, I also have a couple from Mosby and one from Davis. The Saunder's review book is a good one to start with - it's a fairly thick book and has many questions via CD-ROM. Good luck!
  4. by   clyen
    Also, before I forget - positive attitude helps! :spin: If you go in thinking you can do it, more than likely you will!
  5. by   rnozaut
    Saunder's Comprehensive Review for NCLEX-RN. And to familiarize yourself with the New Format....try
    NCLEX-RN
    250 New Format Questions (Lippincott)

    And use Suzanne's Study Plan,,,,
    Last edit by rnozaut on Jan 22, '07
  6. by   rnozaut
    Last edit by rnozaut on Jan 22, '07
  7. by   Ashley259
    Thanks everyone. You all have been very helpful.
  8. by   dansamy
    Current Saunders book/disk + NCLEX Review 3500 disk.

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