I graduated my accelerated BSN program on January 31st and am signed up to take my NCLEX this Friday March 7! Like holy cow I cannot believe the time is here already!! My school used ATI and I always did really well, scoring level 3s on all of my final ATI exams. We also had to do the ATI predictor and score >91% chance of passing NCLEX the first time before they would sign off for you to graduate. I scored 93% the first time and retook it again for fun and got a 99%. I have gone through an ATI review class provided by my school. I have gone through Kaplan, I have the Lippincotts Q&A book that I have done 4/6 comprehensive tests, and I also have Saunder's and have done at least 1000 questions on the Evolve companion website. I have taken some notes on some topics I feel weak in and have made flashcards as well. I feel prepared, but then I don't feel prepared, I'm SO terrified of failing! I'm awful at SATA questions and am horrified of those on the exam. I only have a few days left to study and I just really want to make sure that I am maximizing the last few days I have to study. Can anyone offer up some last minute tips? Am I on the right track here? Should I focus more on just doing as many practice questions as I can? or focus more on reviewing content?
Any and all suggestions are GREATLY appreciated!!