Took my boards yesterday and passed! Such a relief now i can really enjoy my new job
As others have done, I would like to share how prepared.
This is what i did:
I started studying 2 weeks after graduation back in December. I bought NAPNAP's online review course and did 2 modules a day and read along with the PNP review guide (Orange book) I did about 50-100 questions a day from NAPNAP's Core Review Book. I also read some chapters in my Burn's Pediatric Primary Care text book and read some case studies from Burn's Pediatric Primary Care Case Studies on subjects i wasn't totally clear on. Both of these texts i already had as they were required for school and they were on the PNCB's reference list for test questions.
I also read some class notes and used some websites (AAP and CDC). I did this for the 1st 5 weeks. The week before and week of exam i continued to do questions daily from the Core Review, did practice tests from exam edge, did PNCB's exam prep questions, and listened to Barkley's Review on CDs. This was a overkill and i fried my brain but I wanted to make sure i was well prepared.
From taking the exam I think Barkley's Review (a lot of what she said was on the exam exactly), the orange book, and doing questions would have been enough.