1. Hi,

    I am going to take the NCLEX-RN next Wednesday. I am from Spain and I have been a nurse for 11 years. I didn't have to take a test like this in Spain. Once you finish the University you get the license straightaway .

    I've been studying really hard for the last seven weeks. I used Maryann Hogan book and I am doing more than 100 questions every day from different sources: NCLEX 3500, 4000 and Saunders Comprehensive Review test. My scores are around 70% . I am not sure if that is enough but I cannot improve them at all. But currently, my real concern is about SATA questions. I am having a big problem with those. If in the NCLEX I am going to have many of them, as many people is saying, I don't think I'll be able to pass it. For me are very difficult. I cannot answer right SATA questions. I am very discouraged and I don't feel confident for the next Wednesday..

    Please if you can give me some tips I really appreciate..
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  3. by   BolBol
    Priority, Delegations, & Assignments by LaCharity will help you with SATA questions.
  4. by   Vhanesa
    I just bought it...I know that I don't have so much time but anyway it can help to me..

    Thank you BolBol
  5. by   bayou
    I passed NCLEX-RN last week. I used N-4000 and Saunder comprehensive 5th CD to practice SATA. It helps a lot. The SATA in the real exam are more easier and straightforward than N-4000 and Saunder. Your review test score is higher than my. You should be ok. Good luck to you!
  6. by   Vhanesa
    Than you very much Bayou... As you probably know, it's being a hard time. Your words are very important to me! I'll keep working then with Saunders questions and N-4000... [FONT=verdana, arial, helvetica, sans-serif]The book by La charity may help but I don't have enough time now to finish it..