Took NCLEX yesterday...GOD help me I am about to pull my hair out! - page 2

by SavShaneyfelt

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Hello all!! This is my SECOND, yes, SECOND time to take the wonderful NCLEX. Two months ago I took this exam for the first time. Walked in somewhat nervous, but okay overall. My computer shut off at 75 and everyone, including... Read More


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    congrats!!!!!!!!!I am really happy for you.i am taking it soon for the second time;heaven knows i really want to pass this test and get it over with.Please send your prayers and goodluck my way too.Again,congrats!
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    Quote from Prayersworks
    congrats!!!!!!!!!I am really happy for you.i am taking it soon for the second time;heaven knows i really want to pass this test and get it over with.Please send your prayers and goodluck my way too.Again,congrats!
    I will be praying!! When do you take it again??
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    Did you know any of the meds on there....I feel like everyone is saying that they have gotten a lot and haven't heard of any of them (but still passed)....can you tell I'm panicking about Thursday? lol
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    Congrats!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!....I have to re take my exam as well any advice to how you re studied for your second time around. I seriously thinking Kaplan
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    Good luck with your official results.
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    First, YIPEEEE YOU PASSED!!

    Second, I am new to the NCLEX prep world....like, just starting today. What is SATA?

    Third, What is the Pearson Vue Trick? Thanks
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    Quote from Taryn963
    First, YIPEEEE YOU PASSED!!

    Second, I am new to the NCLEX prep world....like, just starting today. What is SATA?

    Third, What is the Pearson Vue Trick? Thanks
    SATA is Select All That Apply and there is a big thread discussing pearsonvue trick so would suggest you start there
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    Congrats!!
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    Congratulations!!! I was waiting for you to reply. Great Job!
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    Thanks. I found that "trick" thread. I am an LPN with 27 years experience in a lot of different areas, ICU, ER, Oncology, M/S, LTC, home care, and Skilled Rehab. I just got my ASN. Now, to survive the NCLEX, I have to un-learn the real world, and get my head into the NCLEX world where there is only ONE patient you need to think about, there is all the time in the world, all the supplies you will ever need, and never, ever a staffing crunch. Sounds like a fun place, sort of like Oz.


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