I got my ATT on Jan 10th..I signed up that day for my exam so I knew I had a month. Every morning I would do one chapter from the Lacharity Priority book. Even though it's not on the computer, get yourself into the routine of doing any and every type of question..whether by book or online.
Then I would do Lippincott 3500 I used this FREE link: Main Menu - NCLEX-RN 3500 - Institutional Version
I did approx 100-150 questions per day. I would write down each day how many questions I did from Jan 10th to Feb 9th ( I stopped doing questions two days before the exam) My goal was to reach approx 3200 questions. I reached just about this number.
I feel bad saying this to people that believe in Kaplan, (which I did sign up for the review course) - I finished the program however I felt it was absolutely NOTHING like NCLEX. So mixed with lippincott and Kaplan I did my 150 questions per day..reading EVERY rationale..even the questions I had correct.
Then in the evening when my daughter went to bed I did the content..CONTENT is BIG..The Lippincott will help you on the SATA questions. You will never be able to study everything..just get a good understanding on the major diseases..CUSHINGS, ADDISONS, HYPERTHYROIDISM, HYPO, I used NCSBN for help on this. I paid 100.00 for four weeks. It is VERY wordy and a lot of it you don't have to read..but it breaks everything down to SYSTEMS..I was weak with RESPIRATORY..they had a great section on this. I also have a book from READY TO PASS that I utilized for my LPN program. THe info was all the same so I read a few pages a night on this.
I also made a list from NCSBN of all the meds that were common. I tried to group everything as one.. not just the ACE's PRIL's CALCIUM CHANNEL BLOCKERs..i knew I didnt have all day to study meds..just understand that these meds all work the same way..so think if you have a HTN med..it will VASODILATE which in turn will SLOW the heart rate..bradycardia, hypotension...meds will give you the adverse SE of what it is trying to accomplish..
if you see something you don't know/understand..GOOGLE it! GOOGLE IS YOUR FRIEND FOR NCLEX!
I hope this helps!