Saunders Comprehensive review - page 6

has anyone passed using the Saunders comprehensive review only and only that book? im curious. im trying out Suzzanes 6 week review using the saunders book. has anyone actually passed with this... Read More

  1. by   Hopeful RN to Be
    The number of questions change each chapters...some might have 10 and some will have 50 questions. The CD will have 4000 questions.
  2. by   stickadoraRN
    Quote from luv2shopp85
    I looked at my friends comprehensive review book that she has today and it only has 25 questions at the end of each chapter. How do you guys practice the questions? Is there a lot that comes on the cd rom or something? I always thought doing questions was the best way to pass. I'm a little confused here.
    i suggest you also buy the saunders q&a book coz it contains 4,000 questions (now you'll get drown with ALOT of questions..hahaha!). you review first the comprehensive book then after that, you practice the q&a. it will be very helpful.God bless!
  3. by   bonsai8888
    Quote from PractikalNurse2B
    has anyone passed using the Saunders comprehensive review only and only that book? im curious. im trying out Suzzanes 6 week review using the saunders book. has anyone actually passed with this method only?

    Reviewng the book is only the first step. The second step is the actual 6 weeks program after you finish the book in the first step. Many of us got confused with this. Somebody claify me if I am wrong.
  4. by   rafRN
    gosh.....does anyone got done with suzanne's first tip for just 2 weeks?i'm starting it already.But everytime i look at the chapters left,I feel like it would take me til nextyear to finish before i cud start suzanne's 6 weeks plan.I'm quite worried coz'i have plans of taking the NCLEX by dec.
  5. by   am17sg05
    saunder's is really a great book.you can't deny that.it also has helped me pass nclex
  6. by   kemerick
    To rafRN,
    I started doing the book exactly =six weeks ago tomorrow and I am only on Ch. 54. I was gone for a week and didn't do any, but I still only do a little bit each day. At first I almost felt pressured by reading how people do it so fast, leaving me thinking 'I have to finish it fast too or I won't pass'. But you know what, take your time and make sure you feel confident yourself. Even on the tests that I score higher than 75% I still go back and read the entire chapter. Anyway, it will probably still take me another six weeks to finish the book (the chapters are soooooo much longer), but I am taking my time. I've been so busy with my baby that it sometimes takes me three days to finish one chapter, but that's ok with me, since I am finishing it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  7. by   rafRN
    OH my!!!!!!!!!if it took u 6 weeks then ur not done yet,then another 6 weeks with the actual program gosh.....then i think i won't be able to take the exam this dec.I'm just wondering how others got done for just a week or 2 hehehe....
  8. by   Mariapink
    Hello Suzanne what is your plan in passing the NCLEX exam besides using the Saunders book?
  9. by   OUSN0812
    Quote from suzanne4
    If you are dping my program, you use the Comprehensive Review only. And you need to follow exactly what my guide states, nothing added to it.

    I have a pass rate of 100% and ma very strict, but if you follow what I tell you to do, and do not deviate, then you will pass.

    Your choice, but adding in another book at all, is not acceptable my me.

    COULD YOU TELL ME WHAT I SHOULD DO TO PASS THE NCLEX?
    I HAVE THE COMPREHENSIVE BOOK!

    THANKS CYNTHIA:spin:
  10. by   kylebk1
    hey patrika i just read your blog. i am really sorry to here that. first and formost congrats on your bundle of joy. I am also looking for a nclex review class that i have to complete before i can sit for the hesi exit exam i feb 2010. The only problem with that is i live in new york, where i am finding it very difficult to find one for PN. If anyone out there know of any please steer me in the right direction

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