HI! I have taken the NCLEX PN 3 times and failed every single one of them. I have numerous books to study from and taken 2 courses of Lifesavers and still.. failed. I am so discouraged. I have been trying to pass this test since I graduated back in 2005. I really want to pass this test this time and I just dont know what to anymore. Please.. any advice would be useful. Thanks..
Jan 20, '11
Well, I took the NCLEX-PN this morning for the first time and what helped me the most was the Hurst review course that I took. It feels like I learned more in that course than I did all year. I mainly studed that book and I did some of the Saunders review questions from my review book. I feel pretty good about the test and I got the good pop up on the PVT. I would have failed for sure if I hadn't taken the Hurst course. I highly recommend it. Everything made much more sense after I studied that material. Good luck to you!
If your interested here is the link to the Hurst review: http://www.hurstreview.com/
It is not cheap but it is definatly worth the money. If you pay for a live review then after you go to your first live review you can continue to go to as many live reviews as you want for the next 2 years. It is a combined review for PN and RN students. You can also take the review course online or go to a DVD review. Each one is a different price with the live review being the most expensive. It is awesome because if you take the live course for your PN and within 2 years you graduate with your RN then you can take the course again for free! I really think this review would help you
Last edit by CrazyGoonRN on Jan 20, '11