NCLEX-RN on Friday!

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    I'm taking the NCLEX-RN (first time) this Friday the 1st at 2pm. I am taking QT 7 tomorrow and that's literally ALL I have left available to me to study. Any last few days studying tips or encouragement? 😊Thanks!
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    Relax. Good luck!
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    Relax and believe in yourself, you got this!
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    Thank you! I'm trying to relax but it's a very nerve racking situation lol
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    You'll be fine...once you answer the first question , your nervousness will subside! Good luck!
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    Right there with you. I take mine in 2 weeks. I'm super nervous. Everyone says "you'll be fine" I second guess myself tol
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    Quote from swilds12
    Right there with you. I take mine in 2 weeks. I'm super nervous. Everyone says "you'll be fine" I second guess myself tol
    I'm the same way! Even though my Kaplan scores are good I still constantly second guess myself and think "we'll what if I just freeze and forget everything." Trying to take it easier these last few days I have left to calm myself.
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    Just took mine today. 75 questions, lots of SATA and priority questions that really stumped me. Got the good pop up. It wasn't as hard as I thought it was going to be, but I did leave feeling like I failed. Good luck guys!!!
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    Quote from nurse2b121212
    Just took mine today. 75 questions, lots of SATA and priority questions that really stumped me. Got the good pop up. It wasn't as hard as I thought it was going to be, but I did leave feeling like I failed. Good luck guys!!!
    I'm fully expecting to feel like I failed it when I'm done. I've heard most people do. What did you do to study?
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    Not much at all. Took Hurst review twice live about 6 months apart and "glanced" over the Hurst booklet the night before in the hotel lol. I freaked out because I felt like I should have studied more, but when I started testing I felt like it wouldn't have really helped me. I think nursing school had taught me everything I needed to know. I think Hurst taught me how to test. Gave me good pointers on how to think about the options.


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