Quote from Ethanphil
Took My NCLEX Exam This morning with 75Q, Try PVT pop up says "Our Records indicate that you have recently scheduled this exam. Please contact your member board for further assistance.
I Have about 10-12 SATA, 2 ECG strip, 3 Exhibit, 2 drag and drop, and about 15 Prioritization
Study Material Used: Saunders 5e, PDA (lacharity), Nclex 4000, and Nclex study guide from allnurses, Kaplan Qtrainer
Exam Prep.: Self review for 1 month from April 31-May 2, 2012.
Practice Exam average Scores: Just Browse my previous post
PS. Highly recommend Saunders 5e, PDA, the study guide from allnurses (The one that has Spiderman) and nclex 4000, Kaplan Qtrainer Makes me Over think the way i answer the question thats why i will not recommend it.
The Actual exam is much more the same in nclex 4000 and saunders
I took the NCLEX last October and cried all the way home..thinking I had failed. I did the try to register when I got home and got the "cannot register at this time" message and knew I had passed. Talk about relief. That was the HARDEST test I have ever taken. I studied the Kaplan decision tree course and method. It was OK. I'm sure it helped. But, I still felt like every question was unknowable. I think I was just too nervous, and couldn't calm down. I'm finishing up my first year in the Masters Nursing program at UH Manoa in Honolulu, currently, in their FNP track. Now, that's hard. I'm sure I could re-take the NCLEX now and ace it. Looking backwards, without all the pressure to get my RN before beginning my Fall MSN classes (which I was already registered for), I think I would have done better. Anyway, the pressure makes this test unusually hard...but, I don't think it is as hard as I remember it.
Good luck to you all and relax and think clearly...you only have to answer 75 correctly and you're done...so, take your time.