Saunders NCLEX-RN Review

  1. I will be graduating in December and have borrowed some study materials from a friend. I just took the 75 question assessment test on the CD that came with the Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN. I ended up with an overall score of 76%. How well of a predictor is this for doing on the NCLEX?
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  2. 6 Comments

  3. by   boogalina
    I used this resource...my score was around 60% before doing all the questions in the book, 80% after. Passed the NCLEX with the minimum number of questions. I also used the Elsevier HESI RN online review questions and the Silvestri alternate item format book/CD.
  4. by   Smilty
    I wouldn't recommend just using Saunders. The questions are easier than the NCLEX and the book really lack priority/delegation questions. It's good for content though.
  5. by   MouseyMouse
    It's a good content reviewer but I have to agree that the questions are a bit easier... but using it in conjunction with other nclex reviewer books is ok I guess.
  6. by   jinglebellrocks25
    Quote from Smilty
    I wouldn't recommend just using Saunders. The questions are easier than the NCLEX and the book really lack priority/delegation questions. It's good for content though.
    Saunders lacked priority/ delegation questions. I suggest using Saunders with other resources. Highly recommend PDA by LaCharity!!!
  7. by   countrygurl89
    Quote from jinglebellrocks25

    Saunders lacked priority/ delegation questions. I suggest using Saunders with other resources. Highly recommend PDA by LaCharity!!!
    I do have the PDA by LaCharity and have completed all the chapters and case studies. I will be using this to prepare. What about the ATI book?
  8. by   jinglebellrocks25
    I didn't touch my ATI books for NCLEX.

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