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Care to Share your Ideas for EFFECTIVE NCLEX PREPARATION?


Has 7 years experience.

:trout: Am planning to take the NCLEX exam next year of April. The thing here is i have not been reading effectively. I did try to begin the first few chapters of Saunder's the latest edition, but it seems it's not progressing to improvement. And to include, I'm working a 5hr job in the morning in which when i go home, i really wish i won't have to work. By the way it's a psychology thing and not a nursing job.I have accepted this, due to the smear campaign brought by that controversial JUne 2006 NLE, and that i decided to take off from nursing for awhile.. Now that i have my license, PRAISE GOD!, i'm pursuing my nursing goals then. However,it's kinda like i'm wishing i won't have to work so that i can go study straight in the morning.. As a person i'm more motivated to hit my books early in the morning and doze off around 7pm.:uhoh3: This is just how it is with me and so if you have something you can suggest some effective strategies that i could begin to work on myself...it will really be a blessing.:lol2:

augigi, CNS

Specializes in Critical Care, Cardiothoracics, VADs. Has 10 years experience.

There are tons of threads about this in the NCLEX forum. Try the sticky post called "First tip of my study plan", which is based on the Saunders book.

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