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Nclex RN january 2017 - page 33

This post is for all those who are taking their nclex rn in january. How are u guys with your review? What materials are u using? Lets encourage each other. Thanks... Read More

  1. Visit  scavenee profile page
    @Ms Petite93 Thank you so much!! I don't plan on telling anyone until I see my name on the Breeze! But definitely a stress relief! I just hope the results don't take too long!!
    Tbh; I felt like nclex was kind of easy, I only had one or two med questions, mostly SATA and Priority questions! I felt like ugh am I doing something wrong, then when I got to 65 I told myself to mentally keep track of the type of questions I was answering and they were all SATA and priority ones and it shut off right at 75! - as compared to UWorld, I actually felt it was pretty comparable, I bounced back between UWorld and Kaplan QBanks daily to make sure I had 2 different angles at the content! I also read the Hurst NCLEX Critical thinking guide in its entirety, makes everything SO EASY! GOOD LUCK!
    Thanks everyone for the positivity!! Now begins the waiting game on the CA BRN!
  2. Visit  cgambino70 profile page
    Hi everyone. I have been following this thread for a while. Graduated in December and have been working and doing questions. Have not done a ton of review after school ended. My test is on Friday and my job is waiting for me. All I have to do is pass. I work in the ER and will be moved over to an RN when I pass. Excited to get it over with but tired of questions. Our HESI exit exam is a predictor of the NCLEX and we needed an 850 to graduate. I scored a 960 the first time and is supposed to be a good indicator for passing NCLEX first time. Anyone else take the HESI exit and pass the NCLEX? Would love to hear someone with a similar score pass. I am trying not to stress. Thanks.
  3. Visit  scavenee profile page
    @ Ms Petite 93, I feel great! However I will feel much better when I see my name on the BRN website!!! Keep pushing and you will be getting yours really soon too!! UWorld was really comparable to the NCLEX!! It is a mental game, dont stress yourself out to much!! We all got this!
  4. Visit  Ms Petite 93 profile page
    Quote from scavenee
    @Ms Petite93 Thank you so much!! I don't plan on telling anyone until I see my name on the Breeze! But definitely a stress relief! I just hope the results don't take too long!!
    Tbh; I felt like nclex was kind of easy, I only had one or two med questions, mostly SATA and Priority questions! I felt like ugh am I doing something wrong, then when I got to 65 I told myself to mentally keep track of the type of questions I was answering and they were all SATA and priority ones and it shut off right at 75! - as compared to UWorld, I actually felt it was pretty comparable, I bounced back between UWorld and Kaplan QBanks daily to make sure I had 2 different angles at the content! I also read the Hurst NCLEX Critical thinking guide in its entirety, makes everything SO EASY! GOOD LUCK!
    Thanks everyone for the positivity!! Now begins the waiting game on the CA BRN!
    Lol, yeah my friend has said the same thing that the nclex was easy and she could count only two questions that were hard to her...it definitely helped my nerves. Can't wait to be in your shoes!!10 days and counting.
  5. Visit  Jeeplove919 profile page
    hey guys! I have been following this post and i am getting excited. I just graduated in December and I am taking my test on Feb 15th. I am using Uworld 75 Q with remediation by writing down in a journal, Kaplan live class + qbanks, and an NCLEX review study guide a student created that goes over major content. I was wondering how those who have recently taken the NCLEX feel about Uworld. My percentages have gone from 45% to 56%. I have 1,614 questions to go on Uworld and 795 left on kaplan with 29 days left to study!
  6. Visit  GodIsLife profile page
    Quote from Leesiegrl BSN
    ITs official I am officially an RN . Thank you Jesus and thank you to each and everyone of your prayers and support. I will continue to pray for all of you taking the exam.
    CONGRATS!!!!!!!!!!
  7. Visit  Siscoca profile page
    I took the HURST review the week after I graduated from Rasmussen College. I took the NCLEX-RN yesterday and found out this morning I passed at 111 questions. I found HURST to be very helpful!
  8. Visit  Siscoca profile page
    Doing all those questions will help you! I would focus on select all that apply questions. I passed at 111 questions and had about 30 SATA questions!
  9. Visit  GodIsLife profile page
    Has anyone used ncsbn learning extension? Has it worked for anyone. Does anyone like it?
  10. Visit  snapdragon13 profile page
    Hey everyone! I take mine tomorrow at 2pm! I'm using Kaplan to study for it... I finished all of the practice tests and Qbank questions. I took my 180 question readiness test yesterday and made a 64% on it. It's recommended that you at least make above a 60% on it... but scores are scores... what I need is to be confident in myself and my ability as a future RN. I've been told not to study the day before. Is that what you all have done? I'm off to get a massage at 1pm to lessen my anxiety... anyone else have some tips/advice/encouragement?

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