Study plan for 4th time nclex-pn test taker - page 2

My plan is to take the nclex-pn mid-November and this is my study plan: Content - Exam Cram 3rd Edition Test Taking Strategies - Kaplan 6th Edition Prioritization, Delegation, and Assignment -... Read More

  1. by   obloom14
    Quote from 2Bnursexo
    Hello all!

    I started on the on 3-week NCSBN course for LPN on 10/24 and I am loving it so far!

    Anyone else taking the course?? How do you like it?
    Taking 5 weeks ncsbn RN. Definitely easy for me to understand with. Im enjoying it.
  2. by   GoosbyLPN
    Quote from obloom14

    Taking 5 weeks ncsbn RN. Definitely easy for me to understand with. Im enjoying it.
    Yeah that's what I think that helped me
  3. by   felicia87
    Good Luck to you!!I also am planning on taking the nclex for the 4th time!!!Im happy Im not alone!!I am tryng those same exact books this time around. I tried the ati testing tutoring that they offer and I did great and thought I was ready being my tutor gave me the green light to test and I wasnt successfull!! Good luck again! I have until August to test and pass if not I dont know what exactly happens cause that will be 4 years since I graduated? How long do you have?
  4. by   mrsthompson1111
    Congrats!!!Did you have to take a refresher course before receiving your license? I am retaking this month after 8 years and I am a bit nervous and dont know what to expect.
  5. by   FutureLVN922
    Hi everyone I'm new here and I'm soooo nervous on my nclex pn exam coming up Oct 31. I'm not confident when it comes to SATA type and I've read a lot of experiences where people ha email so many of them! How can I prepare myself for SATA? So far I have completed NCSBN 5 weeks, I'm still doing kaplan on demand with about 600qbank left to go, 69% readiness on kaplan, I think I've done around 3000 q&a within the 2 months that I have been studying, and yet I still feel like I need more. Besides kaplan and ncsbn I have been reading exam cram and q&a on Saunders. Help anyone?
  6. by   FutureLVN922
    Hi everyone I'm new here and I'm soooo nervous on my nclex pn exam coming up Oct 31. I'm not confident when it comes to SATA type and I've read a lot of experiences where people ha email so many of them! How can I prepare myself for SATA? So far I have completed NCSBN 5 weeks, I'm still doing kaplan on demand with about 600qbank left to go, 69% readiness on kaplan, I think I've done around 3000 q&a within the 2 months that I have been studying, and yet I still feel like I need more. Besides kaplan and ncsbn I have been reading exam cram and q&a on Saunders. Help anyone?
  7. by   MSBADGURL
    Hi I would definitely recommend you take the ncbsn course. It is very helpful.
  8. by   FutureLVN922
    Hi, thanks for the reply! Yes I agree ncsbn was very helpful but I needed more questions to practice on so I enrolled in kaplan on demand because I have heard that Kaplan has very challenging questions. Anyways I'm just praying that I don't let my nerves get the best of me. What else helped you with preparing?

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