Second time and I got the good pop up!!! - page 2

by Boopsie3 1,477 Views | 17 Comments

I passed today! It's the best feeling in the world!! I just want to tell all of you that everyone can do this. I failed my first time, and I thought I would die!! A friend of mine who also failed pulled me out of my depressed... Read More


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    Congrats on passing! What do you mean by core content based? Is it the different diseases or what?
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    Quote from Mrsladysoul83
    Congrats on passing! What do you mean by core content based? Is it the different diseases or what?
    What I mean is that "ready to pass" doesn't focus on practice questions. It focuses on learning the material correctly so you will choose the right answer on the exam. Even if you don't take that class, it's the best way to study in my opinion. I did about 2000 Kaplan questions before failing my first exam. I don't think a person can really learn by doing practice questions and reading rationales. In nursing school we are preparing for the exams only... and we forget whats important once the exam is over. Yes, you can read a rationale and learn from your mistake, but you will never see that question again on NCLEX.
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    Quote from Boopsie3

    "Ready to pass"is a class. You can goggle it. It's a review of everything, and it's core content based! It was a very good course, taught by very knowledgeable nurses.
    Is there from new york?
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    Thanks for the congratulations from the above! I'm relieved finally . It was hard to study again for that exam when most of my friends passed the first time. I studied wrong the first time and hopefully I'll be better nurse because of this experience
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    Quote from Boopsie3
    Thanks for the congratulations from the above! I'm relieved finally . It was hard to study again for that exam when most of my friends passed the first time. I studied wrong the first time and hopefully I'll be better nurse because of this experience
    What's your study plan?!
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    Quote from melaniedale28f

    What's your study plan?!
    Study plan: I started with Hursts. I looked at 2-3 videos a day. Then I took the ready to pass class. It was only 4 days for 8 hours a day on-site in Hempstead, NY. You can goggle them. It's a great course and comes with a book that's only 184 pages long...and your bible for the NCLEX. I went through the entire book after the class ended. I then went back to Hursts and watched their videos again for a second time. Hursts videos are funny and not boring at all . As I was going through Hursts, and the ready to pass book I would stop at times to do questions from nclex 3500. I also purchased that PDA book by LaCharity for extra practice on "who do you see first questions". I studied 4-5 days a week for a little over a month. I did about 500 practice questions in total. Reviewing and knowing the material well was my focus. Good luck to all
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    Congratulation I am going for the second time end of this month. Enjoy because. You deserve. It!!!!
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    Quote from Boopsie3
    Study plan: I started with Hursts. I looked at 2-3 videos a day. Then I took the ready to pass class. It was only 4 days for 8 hours a day on-site in Hempstead, NY. You can goggle them. It's a great course and comes with a book that's only 184 pages long...and your bible for the NCLEX. I went through the entire book after the class ended. I then went back to Hursts and watched their videos again for a second time. Hursts videos are funny and not boring at all . As I was going through Hursts, and the ready to pass book I would stop at times to do questions from nclex 3500. I also purchased that PDA book by LaCharity for extra practice on "who do you see first questions". I studied 4-5 days a week for a little over a month. I did about 500 practice questions in total. Reviewing and knowing the material well was my focus. Good luck to all
    Hi boopsie is it okay to only buy the book and not the course will it still be helpful?


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