nclex rn

  1. 0 i am nursing student..going to give RN nclex exam.i do not have any knowledge which books to read..what to study and how to prepare for exam .can any one guide me please...??????
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    From 'Newark, DE, US'; Joined Jan '13; Posts: 4.

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  4. Visit  kkostelnikPN} profile page
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    your school probably has information on this for when you are ready to graduate. there are many places to study. saunders, ATI, hurst, kaplan, ncsbn
  5. Visit  BSNbeDONE} profile page
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    I only used Kaplan's Strategies, Practices, & Review. Read it through twice: first time was just to say I did it, 2nd time was to pay attention to what was being asked and the rationales for the selected AND nonselected answers. Passed NCLEX RN on first attempt with 75 questions.
  6. Visit  kemifair} profile page
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    Very good lyndaa and more tips.
  7. Visit  Staragate} profile page
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    Here is an online practice test of NCLEX 3500... This is branched off the Salt Lake City CC. I hope this helps!
    http://nursing.slcc.edu/nclexrn3500/mainMenu.do

    I recommend you buy study guides that comes with a test CD, such as Saunders or Kaplan.
    Last edit by JustBeachyNurse on Jan 27, '13 : Reason: formatting
  8. Visit  kemifair} profile page
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    Staragate I tried to get my score from nclex and it didnt give me my score.
  9. Visit  amna} profile page
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    hello friends..how u all?i need ur suggestion..what help more reading books or doing practice question for nclex rn exam???and how much question should practice every day?????which one helpbest to pass exam???and which practice question help more for then rn exam??i mean saundar,ncsbn or kaplan or any other??
  10. Visit  ♪♫ in my ♥} profile page
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    There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this often-asked question.

    Many people are successful using each of the resources that you mention and many are successful using no ancillary materials at all.

    My approach was to take the exam as soon as I was permitted and not put in a lot of extra study time (we has a comprehensive final in order to graduate). I figured that, given the 85% first-time pass rate for US educated students, the odds were on my side. I passed.

    If you really feel that you need review, diligent use of any of the established review programs should work.
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  11. Visit  VintageTxFlare, RN} profile page
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    I was told that its great practice to do around 3,000 questions. (ATI LIVE REVIEW COURSE)
  12. Visit  Happyyolie} profile page
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    I took the live Kaplan review class and we were told that 150 questions a day was a good goal. I been doing just that, on top of reading my Hurst review book, and the Kaplan RN course book.

    Happy studies and good luck
  13. Visit  begosh} profile page
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    Find the book that best fit your learning type. I purchased LOTS of nclex books and Saunders being one. But for whatever reason, Saunders was not for me...too wordy and redundant and switched to Hogan which was a much better fit for my learning needs.
  14. Visit  amna} profile page
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    hello friends can u guide me which one is the best book to pas nclex RN exam saundar or kplan???bz i just wna read one from this 2..so just suggest me which one is the best to pass exam?????
  15. Visit  cherribonbon} profile page
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    Both books are excellent guides. I'm using both to prepare for my NCLEX RN.


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