[font=book antiqua]hello all,
i am in my 1st semester on an accelerated bsn program. my nursing program revolves around the nclex. i understand they want us to pass the test, but sometimes i feel like they are going to kill me in the process.
going from standardized tests in pre-requisits to the complexity of the nclex is a difficulty transition. my university did not introduce the nclex question style, it was simply thrown @ us. i am starting to get somewhat used to the style of questioning, but i am very affraid because we are required to take our patho & pharm exams nclex style. in the computer lab, timed, with no back tracking. on top of that for each subject we are taking we must complete 100 nclex qbank questions b4 we can pass the class. i am sure this will all be benificial in the end, but i am having difficulty adapting to this style. every time i take a test it gets more & more complex.
my question is to those that passed/ failed the nclex, did your college/ university practice this examination style? if so do you think this helped u pass the test? how can i adapt to this style of questioning?
thanks in advance for the comments