I graduated at the end of march and started studying in april. Reviewed with kaplan - online course, book, online classes, etc... took in the beginning of june and did not pass. I think the majority of it is this hidden fear that I had and it was obvious with my colleagues that I let the fear take over, no matter how much in denial I was in. Now that the "worst" has happened, it's not so scary anymore. Also, I think instead of really knowing the material, my mind automatically just memorized the material - as this was how I did it in nursing school (stored in short term memory just for the tests). **HOW DO I TRAIN MY MIND TO KNOW THE MATERIAL, LONG TERM?8* After June, I just needed to get away from it completely so when I did study again, all those feelings from before wouldn't interfere - fresh new mind set. Time went by really fast and now I have 3 weeks to do it. Seems like a short amount of time but at the same time, I need to trust that I do remember the info. I contacted Kaplan again and enrolled in the online class again. I bought a different Kaplan book that actually has all the information and organized better than my old book (PN course book). I also bough "Exam cram - NCLEX-PN" for more of the content (Kaplan has more of an outline). Anyhoo, any advice? Can I do it in 3 weeks?