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- by GODISGOOD15 May 23Can anyone tell me how to study for my NCLEX RN exam. I'm a new graduate and i really don't know where to start. I just sign up with Kaplan. I also have these materials saunders comprehensive 5th ed, Lacharita and the remar quick facts book. Please i need your help on how to study to pass this exam.
- May 23 by GODISGOOD15Can anyone tell me how to study for my NCLEX RN exam. I'm a new graduate and i really don't know where to start. I just sign up with Kaplan. I also have these materials saunders comprehensive 5th ed, Lacharita and the remar quick facts book. Please i need your help on how to study to pass this exam.
- May 23 by avaloncarYou need to make a list of the topics and figure out where you are weak in and focus on those areas. That is not to say you don't review your stronger areas. Have a test plan. Like what you want to achieve each day. I did questions everyday, all day. How are you doing so far when answering the questions?
- May 23 by GrnTeaI don't been to be rude, but how did you graduate from nursing school without knowing the answer to this question? I can't think of a single nursing school that doesn't address this extensively.
Kaplan will help you, because they teach test prep and will help you see how to understand what question is being asked and how to eliminate the wrong choices. Other than that, you need to know the nursing process, common diagnostic tests and their preps and normal and abnormal results, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, delegation and scope of RN practice, safety, patient teaching. prioritization, rationales for everything ... you know, all the things you had to know to graduate from nursing school.
Or am I missing something?
- May 23 by avaloncarI thought I commented on this. But anywho. I think you need to develop a study plan. Make a list of all the topics and see where you are strong and where you are weak. Review your strengths but focus on your weak areas.
How are you in answering those review questions?
And @GrnTea, lol You pretty much hit the nail on the head.
- May 23 by Esme12Many students come here to discuss the NCLEX........we have an entire forum dedicated to tips and suggestions and support for you while you are on this next path of you journey to become a nurse. I think you will find this forum helpful. We also have a search box in the upper right hand cornet type in NCLEX help. NCLEX or NCLEX pass, NCLEX review.... and you will hundreds of helpful threads
Duplicate threads merged and moved to NCLEX discussion forum for best response.