Results are in...NCLEX

  1. I am the newest RN!!!!!!
    I would like to thank Rainbows (especially), and all the others for your well wishes and support. :chuckle GOOD LUCK TO ALL... and remember PRIORITIZE!!!
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  3. by   rainbows4me
    Quote from adncyn
    i am the newest rn!!!!!!
    i would like to thank rainbows (especially), and all the others for your well wishes and support. :chuckle good luck to all... and remember prioritize!!!
    [color=#00bfff]congratulations!!!!!

    [color=#00bfff]and you're welcome for the well wishes... i'm glad your wait is over and the results are what we all hope for!!
  4. by   Love-A-Nurse
    new rn, congratulations!
  5. by   Ari RN
    WELL IT'S ABOUT TIME

    (I'm joking)


    CONGRAT'S TO YOU

    NO MORE STUDYING. YEAHHHHHH

    -YOUR BRAIN IS OFFICALLY FRIED-
    OUT OF ORDER TILL AFTER THE HUGE PARTY YOU WILL HAVE.
  6. by   Energizer Bunny
    Congratulations!!! Woooohooooo!
  7. by   ADNCyn
    Thanks a bunch all of you... God bless!!
  8. by   Wheaties
    :hatparty:


    any tips on how you were able to pass it, what you did to review, i would really appreciate it. btw, how many questions total was the nclex, and were they hard? i'm a 1st year nursing student.
  9. by   ADNCyn
    Quote from Wheaties
    :hatparty:


    any tips on how you were able to pass it, what you did to review, i would really appreciate it. btw, how many questions total was the nclex, and were they hard? i'm a 1st year nursing student.
    Hi...First giving all Honor and Glory to God, for all things are possible for those who love the Lord!!! To answer your questions... I first found this site and read posts years ago, I started prepping for the test 1 month in advanced by reviewing weak areas before answering questions in review books, my favs were NCLEX 3000 cd rom, Sandra Smith's NCLEX-RN review, Saunder's Q&A NCLEX-RN review, Kaplan's Test Trainer cd rom, in that order, did that til I felt I had rebuilt my knowledge on weak areas, started practicing questions and heavily looking at the rationale, did that until test day... I had been out of nursing school for a whole year(May 2003) before NCLEX on June 15, 2004...So you have all you need from the fact you graduated from Nursing School... Keep in touch on your progress.
    Last edit by ADNCyn on Jul 1, '04

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