Everyday for work, before I get ready, I try to read or answer questions in Saunders Q&A. Then I go work, take care of the kids and clean the house put the toddler to nap then when I get free time I try to answer questions again in Saunders Q&A (I hardly get free time tho). When I get home I study anything I can. Like read concepts. Coz I forget them so easily. But I figured with constant reviewing of a concept, it'll retain and come out whenever needed. I read Saunders for my first test last January. Just read them, never understood why sign&symptoms were as is. Then on&off reviewing came and I don't remember that I read a certain concept in Saunders. So I had my tutor, he explained them to me whenever we meet, while I read the book at home.
So anyways. That's what u try to do, while working. No life though. A little sacrifice.
I bought the Q&A in amazon
. Questions are worded very simple and aligned to Saunders comprehensive book. If you're going to have Him as a tutor, he'll also recommend the book. Btw! I forgot how I'm supposed to send his number??. Idk if its allowed in here? So whenever we would meet up, I already have a full page of question to ask him lol. He lives in newyork so I travel there. But for my last week (final coaching) he came here to New Jersey.
I did PDA lacharity on my last week too. Delegation questions were my favorite. But I didn't have much of it during exam
Around march I signed up for ncsbn 3 week course and wrote down their lecture in a notebook so I cud scan whenever. And also wrote the right answers to their questions. That helped me.
Having a notebook is imp. I wrote the drugs I just encountered and anything important like normal values. So the more questions u practice with, the more prepared you will be. Btw read rationales.. I had similar questions in NCLEX