I am taking my nclex in 11 days and I have studied madly. I was a very good nursing student and feel I have a good grasp on what I need to know.
My question is this: If I am getting anywhere from 60-85 % on all of my practice tests that are geared towards nclex, do you think I am prepared and have a good possibility of passing. I have taken ped's tests, mental health, med surg, community, maternity, pharmacology, all kinds and probably done somewhere in the vicinity of 3,000 questions so far. I always go back and review what I have missed and make sure I look up any topics that I feel weak in. I'm just nervous and need to know that the nclex prep questions are doing what they are suppose to be doing which is helping me see the question the way nclex wants me too. I did not take a prep course (too expensive) but I have two kaplan books, ATI (nclex prep course), Hogan books, ...made easy books, saunders, and ofcourse my drug reference book and take all sorts of free nclex exams that I find online. AM I prepared? Do you have any cheap suggestions or do you know of anything else, books or online I can possibly do to ensure my passing nclex. I'm probably obsessing, right? Thank you in advance.