For the PN test I answered questions from here: http://nursing.slcc.edu/nclexrn3500/mainMenu.do
three days prior to the test and I reviewed delegation from my PN class. On this site you can choose which topics you want to be tested on then choose how many questions. Make sure to read the rationales after. This test will show you which areas you are weak in. From there use your Saunders book to review your trouble area. Then test again, review, test, review.
I think it's important that you give yourself a pep talk. You want to be confident but not cocky. Remind yourself that you passed the course, therefore you do know the content. I think people get themselves psyched up in a bad way and doubt themselves. Confidence is important. Also, do not over study. Our brains can only take in so much.
My PN test consisted of delegation, SATA (tons of those), one med question for a drug I had never heard of, a few peds and a few maternity. I also had quite a few psych questions. I honestly did not study drugs because I had been told by so many people that there would only be a couple of questions.
The PN test is not changing this year, only the RN test is changing. Good luck and keep us posted!!