Quote from Joel001
Ok thank you. I am so nervous!!! I have done over 900Q. I need to buckle up and do 500Q more. Did you Finish all. Congratulations.
I didn't exactly "do" hundreds or thousands of questions and I easily passed. What I did was concentrate on how
the questions were being asked and the thought process behind the questions and "more correct" answers that the exam looks for. This is something you can't really teach, but once you figure out the method behind the madness (often it just "clicks") you'll be able to take the exam without really stressing yourself out too much. Since you'll never see actual NCLEX questions, nor will you see them again if you have to take the NCLEX again, you just really should use the questions to help you find areas of weakness in your education/knowledge base. A good and solid knowledge base along with figuring out the way these questions are written, will go a very long way toward you passing the NCLEX.
Yes, it's hard. Yes, it's comprehensive. No, it's not like climbing Mount Everest where only a few can do it. If you were able to successfully pass nursing school, you have the knowledge to pass this. It's doable.