Need some reassurance here!

  1. 0 So, I'm taking my boards tomorrow, it's kind of a long story, but I pushed my test date up from the 19th to the 8th. So, I am now (of course) feeling that I should have taken that further 2 weeks to study more. But I took a review class and the instructor said that if you are doing questions, and consistently scoring 70-75% correct on them, you are ready. So my question for all of you that have taken the NCLEX-RN, how true is that? Did any of you keep track of your percentages on practice questions, and did you pass or fail?
    Just so you know, I have been getting between 70-77% right on my practice questions, I'm just nervous...:uhoh21:
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    About 86toronado

    86toronado has '5' year(s) of experience and specializes in 'neurology, cardiology, ED'. From 'FL'; Joined May '07; Posts: 526; Likes: 642.

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  3. Visit  pers profile page
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    Kaplan questions? I've seen different numbers for different reviews.
  4. Visit  86toronado profile page
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    Saunders, mostly. I also have the Prentice Hall reviews and rationales CD that i've been using. I have a Kaplan book that someone gave me, but it's a few years old, so I'm hesitant to use it, in case some of the drugs aren't up to date, etc.
  5. Visit  caliotter3 profile page
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    Sounds like you are ready in spite of your nervousness. Take some time to relax at this point. Have a good dinner and go to bed early. Wishing you good luck tomorrow.
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  6. Visit  pers profile page
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    I would put the study books away and relax tonight. Resist the urge to review one last time! Good luck on your exam!
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  7. Visit  Nurse-Flyboy profile page
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    You are in good shape, get a good night sleep and go kick that test in the A22, you will do fine.

    YOU ARE READY!!!

    Believe in yourself and God....now go be a nurse.
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  8. Visit  bummer83 profile page
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    Quote from 86toronado
    So, I'm taking my boards tomorrow, it's kind of a long story, but I pushed my test date up from the 19th to the 8th. So, I am now (of course) feeling that I should have taken that further 2 weeks to study more. But I took a review class and the instructor said that if you are doing questions, and consistently scoring 70-75% correct on them, you are ready. So my question for all of you that have taken the NCLEX-RN, how true is that? Did any of you keep track of your percentages on practice questions, and did you pass or fail?
    Just so you know, I have been getting between 70-77% right on my practice questions, I'm just nervous...:uhoh21:

    Hi there, im going to take the test tomorrow too. i know, i feel the jitters but just relax now and have faith on HIM ,just pray... we already have done our part we can make this!GODBLESS US TAKING THE TEST tomorrow.
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  9. Visit  86toronado profile page
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    Quote from bummer83
    Hi there, im going to take the test tomorrow too. i know, i feel the jitters but just relax now and have faith on HIM ,just pray... we already have done our part we can make this!GODBLESS US TAKING THE TEST tomorrow.
    Good Luck!!
  10. Visit  splintersurgeon profile page
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    no more studying . rest . pray . ul do fine. relax
  11. Visit  heather092800 profile page
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    Lots of luck your way!!!!
  12. Visit  86toronado profile page
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    :1luvu:just wanted to let everyone who helped me out here know how i did...
    75 questions: ~10sata, no maternity, lots of infection control, a couple of math, some peds. it took me about an hour... and i found out today that-
    i passed!!!!!
    thank you all for your support!
  13. Visit  Silverdragon102 profile page
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    Congratulations
  14. Visit  splintersurgeon profile page
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    whoah , cheers


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