NCLEX-RN - Don't Give Up! - page 5

by NewYorkNurse88 | 26,497 Views | 57 Comments

I have decided to write a post about tips for the NCLEX through my experience. I took the NCLEX twice. The first time I failed with 263 questions, and the second time, I passed with 75 questions. The First Time I was... Read More


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    This article makes me have a positive outlook. I just have to space things out and study in order to achieve my goals. I sometimes try to over do myself, and I know I shouldn't. This article gives me some good tips as to how to succeed in the biggest test of my life!
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    I am currently in my first semester of the nursing program. From day 1, we have been told that we need to complete at least 100 NCLEX study questions a week if we want to pass the NCLEX in the future. Your post was very helpful. Not everyone can pass the first time around, and that is ok. There is a reason that it is offered to be retaken. Your hints are very helpful, and I will keep them in mind when I have to take the NCLEX in a couple years.
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    Quote from lvansick
    This article makes me have a positive outlook. I just have to space things out and study in order to achieve my goals. I sometimes try to over do myself, and I know I shouldn't. This article gives me some good tips as to how to succeed in the biggest test of my life!
    Thank you so much for your comment Ivansick! Remember that the only person blocking you from your success is you. Push yourself, and I promise you, you will see results! Best of luck to you!
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    Quote from lferber
    I am currently in my first semester of the nursing program. From day 1, we have been told that we need to complete at least 100 NCLEX study questions a week if we want to pass the NCLEX in the future. Your post was very helpful. Not everyone can pass the first time around, and that is ok. There is a reason that it is offered to be retaken. Your hints are very helpful, and I will keep them in mind when I have to take the NCLEX in a couple years.
    Thank you for your comment Iferber! Nursing itself is a challenging field, you need to be prepared to take it all in. The many hours of studying, clinicals, and work builds up. It takes a toll. Remember to create a solid network of colleagues and friends. When you feel overwhelmed, and you need a little push, it's always great to have someone there next to you... Helping you to move forward. Happy Studying, and good luck with nursing school! Onwards and upwards!
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    Quote from Ellie93
    Congrats on passing your NCLEX! This is my first semester in my nursing program, and the NCLEX is already very daunting. It is a great help to hear tips and techniques for passing from someone that has gone through the process recently. Our school provides us with an NCLEX review program that I use weekly, but it is great to hear about other sources that are available!

    Thank you so much Ellie93! Right now, focus on passing the exams, and classes. Worry about the NCLEX when you cross that bridge. An NCLEX review program sounds awesome. It's great to hear that you are putting it to good use! Happy Studying, and good luck finishing up the nursing program! Onwards, and upwards my friend!
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    Thank you so much RNSwag for taking the time to write and more importantly, to inspire us new grads! I wish you nothing but success in you career!
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    Quote from newgrad111
    Thank you so much RNSwag for taking the time to write and more importantly, to inspire us new grads! I wish you nothing but success in you career!
    Thank you so much newgrad111! I wish you all the best in your future endeavors. Many things do not come easy, but if you put forth the time and effort, you can truly achieve anything. Happy Holidays!
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    Hi hun!Love your name btw and love your post more!Sitting for the exam on saturday (April 05,2014) and promise I will post too whatever experience I can get from the exam.Thank you for inspiring me.I get you,I bought every review tool possible and my table looks like a kindergarten's lol!Thank you again and Godbless
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    Thank your your advice. God bless you for your kindness.
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    This post was everything! Definitely gave me a boost of confidence and inspiration! Thank you!


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