SO I know a couple weeks ago I posted if I should think about changing my date up but I'm coming down to three more days. However, I'm getting to the point of practicing questions and reading so much content that I'm sick of doing them. I have started studying NCLEX since the beginning of august. I have mainly used Virtual ATI for my content since it was free for me. I still haven't gotten the green light yet because my tutor takes way too long to respond to me. Well I've tallied my scores from ATI:
When I first started ATI back in the beginning of august my original scores were:
(Course with remediation all of these scores went over the benchmark of 60%(stayed from 65%-75%)
So I took a few comprehensive tests and the one I took grant it I rushed through it, it was very late at night and I was in a horrible mood. I missed the green light mark by 2% (62% meaning 93% chance of passing NCLEX). Took it a second time and I got a 68% giving me a 95% of passing NCLEX which would of given me the green light. So since this happened my tutor made me go through remediation. That meant taking all new tests over the subjects and on top of the topics that NCLEX goes over. So the latest scores were:
Final comprehensives- 68%,78%
(The subjects of NCLEX scored from a 70% to 80%)
I have taken a total of 36 ATI tests during this virtual training program to prepare for NCLEX. Besides ATI I'm using other sources. I completed Lacharity-PDA and was between 60%-80% on the chapters). I've practiced with Saunders, Lippincott, and the Kaplan book. I'm averaging in the 70's in most content. At this point I'm burned out with questions. I use to do anywhere from 400-500 questions daily around work and study content. Since I'm down to a few days I'm strictly doing computerized test but only like 100-200 questions a day. Is this normal to feel burned out but ready to take it to get it over with feelings??? Does it sound good??
Sep 20, '13
It is really nerve-racking the couple of days before the exam. I reviewed content the last couple of days before the exam. The day before the exam, I reviewed a little, went for a swim and relaxed.
Last edit by swansonplace on Sep 20, '13
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