@ ktenor - i do not recommend this, but i did not study more content, because months ago, I had studied the Hurst Review book so throughly, that to this day, I still remember the content in it. I did review EKG strips & treatments, infection control data and lab values, for 10 minutes the morning of the exam. I said to myself I was going to rely on my long term memory for content. The main difference in going into and during the exam is that I viewed the exam from a critical thinking and safety perspective. I kept this viewpoint in mind throughout the exam. By not having my mind clouded with so many facts, I was able to think clearly and critically and always focus in on the safest option.
I wish you success, but you have to figure out what is best for your preparation. I say this, b/c my friend who failed twice, did 10,000 NCLEX styled questions, before taking it a 3rd time back in July 2013 and now he is working as an RN in a Step down unit. So, do what is best for you, relax and GO GET YOUR LICENSE.