Good day to all. I am planning to take my june 2014 CRNE exam and I would like to know if attending a comprehensive course review (eg. Toronto School of Health, Bloomberg CRNE review) is beneficial. I graduated two years ago but failed my CRNE twice. However, I took the NCLEX-RN exam last September and passed. I studied so hard for the NCLEX exam. I reviewed the Saunders book for two months, took Kaplan course, studied the La Charity book, and practiced at least 50 multiple choice questions a day. I was hoping that passing the NCLEX will boost my confidence but i am feeling more stressed and anxious because this will be my last attempt in taking the CRNE. I really wanted to pass so I also took a job in an agency and worked at least 24 hours a week as a nursing aide/personal support worker/constant care provider (sitter). Also, I choose to work in a hospital facility so I can gain experience. I need some advice on how to study better for the CRNE. I am constantly reviewing the notes that I had from my NCLEX exam but i know CRNE is different from NCLEX. I am also studying the Mosby and CRNE prep guide that I had two years ago. IN addition, I also wanted to know if anyone had taken the " THE CANADIAN NURSING CAREER ASSISTANCE PROGRAM" comprehensive course for CRNE and would like to provide some insights about the said program. Thank you for your time.