I've been a member of AN now throughout my time in nursing school
and have found it to be extremely helpful and reassuring when I thought I was going to go nuts! The time for me to take NCLEX has finally arrived-- I'm taking it July 31 and am beginning to freak out. I am using Saunder's comprehensive review book/disc and seem to get around 70-75% of the questions correct. I also use an ATI app on my tablet and Sylvia Rayfield books that my school issued to us. Are these good results? I am a very big self-doubter and need to go into this exam with a positive attitude. Any tips/advice for the day before and day of the exam?
Jul 26, '13
Howdy. I have not taken the nclex yet, but will be taking it soon. Good luck on your exam.
For myself, I like to assess my nursing skills, and make sure all of my points are above the passing line. The overall score is good, but I would make sure that there are no points that are below the passing mark. ATI gives focused reviews which tell you what areas are low.
Though your scores look good, look at the detail focus review and make sure you are above the line in every area.
Try another assessment test besides the Saunders.
Last edit by swansonplace on Jul 26, '13
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