Please I need HELPPPP! I failed NCLEX-RN five times. - page 4

Is there anyone here can help me? I need suggestions, strategies, or whatever to pass the nuclex- RN exam! I have taken it for five times and I still did not pass. I don't know what to do anymore and... Read More

  1. by   Boston RN
    Kaplan Qbank worked great for me, also for a number of my friends. I saw a lot of the same questions on NCLEX as well.
  2. by   Irish_Mist
    Virtual-ATI NCLEX Review | Online NCLEX Review | ATI

    I strongly suggest using ATI. I believe they will even provide you with a one on one tutor at a certain point. My school used ATI and I believe every student from my cohort passed on the first attempt at the NCLEX.
  3. by   K8NewRn
    Have you tried hurst? If your not good at sata , dont memorize it you have to know ur core content. Get the saunders book. For example today ur gonna do cardiac, then read saunders book bout cardiac too and pharma. Dont be in a hurry take ur time. Then after u finish core content do la charity book. After that do u world again. Dont give up with u world. My friend avail 3x in u world. And she passed. I avail u world 2x before i took the test and i passed. Read and understand it again. U world helped me with my prioritation big time. I only got 6 sata in my nclex . And give time to pray, everyday i go to church. I prayed for my weaknesses and during my actual test i know God was helping me. I got only 6 sata and 2 pharma and those are my weaknesses and God help me passed my test. Nothing is impossible. Keep praying and study hard. God will help you.
  4. by   K8NewRn
    I want to help email me khayte_elli@yahoo.com
  5. by   OrganizedChaos
    I think if you can’t pass the NCLEX after 3 tries you need to reconsider if nursing is for you. Remember, the NCLEX is the minimum competency exam to become a nurse. Taking the NCLEX 20 times doesn’t prove that you will be a safe nurse. Remember, you will have people’s lives in your hands.

    Also keep in mind that there might me a limit on the number of attempts or years, depending on your state.
    Last edit by OrganizedChaos on Oct 9
  6. by   Tinkx RN
    Don't give up, do what's best for you, you passed nursing school you can pass this exam! Prepare and practice. Have confidence in yourself, it goes a long way.
  7. by   OrganizedChaos
    Quote from Tinkx RN
    Don't give up, do what's best for you, you passed nursing school you can pass this exam! Prepare and practice. Have confidence in yourself, it goes a long way.
    Just because people pass nursing school, doesn't mean they can pass the NCLEX. If they can't pass after 3 attempts maybe that's saying something. Would you really let a nurse who can't pass the NCLEX after 4+ attempts practice on you or your loved ones?
  8. by   LanaD
    Hello!
    It seems you did everything to pass the test.I think it means you afraid plus don't understand how to answer these questions.First you should realise that you can't know everything.It is just imposdible.And second, if I was you I d find a person who can show where my problem is.Is there such a thing as NCLEX tutor? I used Sanders and U world.But I only study things I didn't know. I watched a lot of youtube videos the morning before the testbut I watched Game of Thrones the day before.You have to decompress the brain.
  9. by   OrganizedChaos
    Quote from LanaD
    Hello!
    It seems you did everything to pass the test.I think it means you afraid plus don't understand how to answer these questions.First you should realise that you can't know everything.It is just imposdible.And second, if I was you I d find a person who can show where my problem is.Is there such a thing as NCLEX tutor? I used Sanders and U world.But I only study things I didn't know. I watched a lot of youtube videos the morning before the testbut I watched Game of Thrones the day before.You have to decompress the brain.
    Afraid of what? If the OP had test anxiety (true test anxiety) that should've been taken care of during the pre-reqs. Because it wouldn't matter if the OP was taking tests during the pre-req stage, nursing school or the NCLEX.

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