Phew...glad that's over. It stopped at 75 questions and I'm fairly confident I passed but there were about 5 questions that had me debating pretty hard between two possibilities. I think I even broke a sweat
Anyway, I'll find out for sure in a couple days I guess. I wanted to recommend a work book that I think made all the difference for me. Since the test has a lot about prioritizing you may want to consider this book too. The workbook is actually pretty in depth and gives rationales. When I took the NCLEX I didn't really find those types of questions all that difficult and I think it's because I did the workbook. It's called Prioritization, Delegation & Assignment
by LaCharity, Kumagai, Bartz. I found if on Amazon
. I studied a lot of different prep books but if I were to narrow down the ones that were the most essential it would be Saunders and Kaplan. Hope that helps. By the way, I didn't get any math problems which surprised and delighted me
Aug 16, '06
Hello there, you sounds like you did well. I wish you a good luck for the result. By the way, I am going to take NCLEX this Friday, I have been working on Kaplan and Saunders. My question for you, did you see a lot of "Select all that apply" format questions? What about meds? I will appreciate your response.
Last edit by Makand on Aug 16, '06