NCLEX...need some suggestions!! Advice is greatly appreciated!!Register Today!
- by God'sChild30 Apr 26I will be graduating in 2 weeks from the BSN program and is very very anxious about nclex. I plan to take nclex at the end of June or early July. What helped you guys study the most? Now that I've gotten my temporary license, I'm starting to think if I should wait until after I take boards or should I go ahead and start working on my temp license?
- Apr 26 by MonaLunaTake the NCLEX as soon as possible after your graduation.Before your test practice a lot of questions and read their rationals. The book that helps me the most was the PDA from La Charity. I had in addition the NBSCN review course for 50 Dollars and took all questions from that! Very close to the NCLEX. Kaplan and Hurst.
You can do it
- Apr 26 by God'sChild30Thank you so much! I already have LaCharity because my teacher required it for her course. I'm taking Kaplan review 3 days after graduation. I'm also using Saunders and Davis Q&A books. I really appreciate your advice !
- Apr 26 by God'sChild30Thank you so much! I'm taking Kaplan review 3 days after graduation! I already have LaCharity because my teacher required it this semester. I also have review books by Saunders, Lippincott, and Davis! I really appreciate your advice !
- Apr 26 by lloijust go and do your best. good luck
- Apr 27 by karycki4yeah Kaplan is the closest to the NCLEX...
- Apr 28 by God'sChild30Thanx everyone for the advice!! All I can do is study and pray!
- Apr 28 by NursieDPDo the Hurst. It is interactive and she has a GREAT teaching style. She helps you understand why the answer is what it is.
You can do practice questions till your eyes pop out and still fail. It is best to understand the the question makers.
- Apr 28 by God'sChild30Thank you! You guys are very helpful!!
- Apr 28 by Lev <3Kaplan (do all the q-trainers and at least 80% of the questions) and LaCharity...worked like a charm!