Pass nclex on the 7th try - page 3

Before I pls pardon my grammar because I'm testing from my phone. The story begins; I graduated from nursing school in 2011 may. I took the nclex first time in October failed with 75, question, feb... Read More

  1. Visit  gemeux profile page
    Great!! You owe this to yourself, YOU will get that title next to your name! Yes, those notes helped. Memorize the infection control part. I think that part of the exam increased so really know them. And I also had PDA I answered chapters 1-18 I didn't do any of the case study, didn't have time. I did this 2 days before my exam. You will PASS, wish you luck! Smile!

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  3. Visit  clemenine profile page
    Hi what study guide and books. Did you use am preparing to face it for second time please help advice
  4. Visit  GrandNurse1908 profile page
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    Hi what study guide and books. Did you use am preparing to face it for second time please help advice
    I used NCLEX 3500, PDA, Kaplan strategies 2012-2013 book, Kaplan Q trainers (honestly I only did a few) and Saunders 5th edition book only to look up things I wasn't familiar with or my weak areas. NCLEX 3500 has a good SATA section. Just keep practicing questions and PRAY, PRAY, PRAY most importantly. You'll get it next time. Keep your head up.
  5. Visit  clemenine profile page
    Thank you my friend for a good advice , as if you know me you have touched my weakness am weak in select all that apply . As you said am going to keep my head up instead of puting it down god bless you!!
  6. Visit  harpreetk profile page
    Oloj1 hey I'm so happy for you I have question my score are around 55 to 58% on Kaplan qbank and also with 1-5 trainer should I just do qbank questions and do study guid for 35 pages and do la chairty and question frm the Saunders book after every chapter. Plz advise me.

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