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. Visit  obloom14} profile page
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    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.
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  3. Visit  GoosbyLPN} profile page
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    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
  4. Visit  felicia87} profile page
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    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?
  5. Visit  mrsthompson1111} profile page
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    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.
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    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. Visit  FutureLVN922} profile page
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    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?
  8. Visit  MSBADGURL} profile page
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    Hi I would definitely recommend you take the ncbsn course. It is very helpful.
  9. Visit  FutureLVN922} profile page
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    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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