I recently found out I did not pass my exam.
After weeks of accepting that fact, I am eager to tackle this baby down a second time.
I've taken the KAPLAN course with my class post-graduation but it didn't seem to help me very much.
Now I plan on taking what I've learned in Kaplan (re-review it) and also take up another review.
I've heard mixed reviews about Hurst & Feuer.
By experience, who have taken either Hurst or Feuer, I'd really appreciate feedback on your take on these two NCLEX reviewers.
I sat in for a mini Fluid & Electrolyte review for Hurst at the SNA convention in AC earlier this year and I thought they were amazing!
My mom has taken the Feuer review for her nclex-rn back in the 80s. And she finds them amazing also.
So... I really have no idea which one to take >,<.
Maybe, I'll hit the bookstore and purchase a Hurst Book first before getting on the course. (is there much difference between just purchasing the book & the online review for HURST?)
How good is Feuer? Hurst? -- on question analysis? --on topic reviewal?
I'm a visual & auditory learner. I retain more information hearing it than reading it. so.... anyone want to assess my situation and kindly give me feedback??
i am in need of your help. opinions welcome. and thank you!