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Best NCLEX Prep Sites and Apps?

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by Monalisa9 Monalisa9 (New Member) New Member

Monalisa9 has 1 years experience .

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Hi all,

I found out today that I failed my first NCLEX attempt after all 265 questions. I'm pretty bummed but I know I would like to retake it asap. I also know that I need some serious content review before I do.

I feel like I learn well when I watch videos to supplement my reading (ie. Khan Academy) and am thinking about joining a prep site. The major ones I have heard of are NRSNG Academy, Simple Nursing, and the NCSBN review. I have also heard about Kaplan and Hurst, but those are a little bit more expensive.

I also would like to find a good app that I can use for practice questions on the go. At the moment I am debating between UWorld and NCLEX Mastery.

Which of these websites and/or apps would you all say helped you the most during your studying in reference to content review and practice questions? Any advice would be much appreciated!

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Sorry to hear you couldn't make pass but you can the next time. It scares me when i hear people fail, i rather hear people pass. You also can try PICMONIC, it is fun buy i grab a lot by watching , so if you are a visual learner, try that app too. Goodluck in your next exam.

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I think if you like videos to learn Hurst Review is worth the investment--I know a couple people who used only Hurst and passed. I'm using UWorld and NCLEX RN Mastery and I like both, I would recommend using all three resources instead of picking only one. And hey, if now wasn't your time to become a nurse don't sweat it, you're gonna get there before you know it!!

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JeromeSmith has 13 years experience.

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Hi! You can try one of the Offingapp apps. They are already developed a few educational apps. I like offingapp apps because they have a friendly interface and a fresh information. You can look some of them somewhere here Why Develop A Mobile Education App for Teens & Students?. Hope it will help you same as me. Good luck!

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