Quote from LVN-RN2012
First I'm sorry about the exam
I know how you must feel. I too have failed once but I'm not giving up! I would love to study. Not sure if you are working or not and what days or times...I do have a job during the day and honestly dreading this test. I have Hurst review and book, LaCharity, Kaplan Q&A. When I failed the first time I was just doing ATI but I wasnt too fond of it and i did have Hurst at the time but didnt know how to incorporate it with the ATI so didnt use it so i figured I would get everything else under the sun as far as questions go and study Hurst along with questions Lol. Anywho what study materials have you used/or are using? I think I need my help in content thats why I'm doing Hurst for content. I would do Saunders but I think i would get too overwhelmed with that book. We can do this. Oh and I've been a long time lurker on here and when I saw your post I had to registar bc I do not want to fail this test again.
Thanks for responding! I am also dreading this test again.
I have lots of materials: Kaplan 2012-13, Saunders 5th ed, Hesi review 3rd ed, LaCharity 2nd ed, Lippencott's content review and their q&a book, the made incredibly easy book, and prob more with my stack of textbooks. I know, its a lot.
I am not working as no one wants a prego BSN without an rn license. So, I can pretty much make any schedule unless my hubby starts missing me, lol.
I've been studying well with Saunders and LaCharity, but somehow I still havent managed to pass. It's very heartbreaking to have to do this again and again, especially with a baby due soon.
Hopefully more people respond to this, any help or advice is greatly appreciated! What can I/we do, to prepare ourselves better? I feel like I've done well, but still aren't successful. This is getting increasingly stressful and expensive!