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A year & a half has gone ; still havn't passed NCLEX

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by jekjek14 jekjek14 (Member) Member

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I graduated late 2007 & I still haven't passed the NCLEX for RN. It's been a year & a half. I had personal problens that is why It took me this long. I know it sounds like an excuse, but there are some things that delayed me from taking the test again. Now I'm back reviewing.. really determmined to pass.. & find a job (an RN job). Is it too late for me? :(

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no.....it's not too late.you might be your own worst enemy in regards to passing the nclex.when you become a rn there will be personal problem way you deal with it now is reflecting in your progress to becoming a rn.i'm figuring you are carrying the issue into the place you are taking the exam and

everywhere you go.i need you to hang the personal issue up in back of your

mind.focus on passing each and everyday until exam day.think positive...be positive.....

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hi

I was in the same boat as you. I graduated august 2007 and took my NCLEX for the first time right after and didn't pass. I also had some personal problems and just took my boards for the second time about a month ago and passed. So if I can do it you can.

Good Luck and be positive:yeah:

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Don't give up and don't beat yourself up because that is a waste of energy. Surely you have seen the threads on this site where people have passed after many attempts and many years. It can be done and you can do it. Just keep trying.

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Lifesaver79RN specializes in Tele.

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Your story sounds very familiar to mine. I graduated Decemeber 2007 and have taken the NCLEX-RN 4 times. I had several personal issues that affected my ability to focus and prepare. I just recently passed the NCLEX and I know you can do it too. It is never too late. You worked so hard to graduate from nursing school to get to this point. This is the last hill to climb and you are almost at the top. Stay positive and always remind yourself "I can do it" Self fulfilling prophecies really do work. :)

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get the review book with the cd that has the practice tests and take them over and over and over until you feel confident. . It's great because they tell you why the answer was incorrect too

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It is not too late I encourage you to keep reaching for your dreams. Unfortunately, life happens and can get in the way of our studies but jump back up on that horse and start preparing. You have lots of support here and you may also PM people if you have questions you do not want publicized. Stay away from negative people because some people enjoy putting others down. Good Luck to you!:up:

Debbie

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USRN2Be has 2 years experience.

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Dont worry I graduated 2006 and took it twice and failed. Now I am preparing for it again. Dont give up and surround yourself with positive people. WE CAN DO THIS!

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Queen2u has 7 years experience and specializes in Postpartum, L&D, Mother-Baby.

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It's not too late!!! I am barely taking the test on April 13th for the 2nd time after 4 years! Things happen. Keep a positive additude; that's what I am trying to do. I know it is easier said than done, but I keep telling myself, "if I passed nursing school, I can pass this test!"

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