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Failed NCLEX - please help

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by kaur marry kaur marry (New) New

'I took exam on aug 19 this was my fourth attempt I had all 130 question no math lot of sata I was confident am pass I did trick after exam its showed result on hold after 48 hour I did quick result I found out am failed is there have any hope still .....'

I already fill the application for reapply

Keep trying. Do a personal inventory. Is your problem test taking skills, or did you have problems with understanding the nursing process, pathophysiology, ABCs, meds, physiological adaptation, pt education, isolation precautions, prioritizing or critical thinking? Were you able to independently practice the nursing process in clinicals? Did you use any test prep program? Are there any life circumstances that is preventing you from putting in the work to grind out a NCLEX passing score? And finally, I’m not the grammar police, but the lack of punctuation in your post indicates that perhaps there is some deficiency in attention to detail that is prevented you from adequately understanding the NCLEX questions and selecting the correct answers. All of this can be fixed. Something is not working. Reflect and make adjustments.

On 8/24/2020 at 1:07 PM, kaur marry said:

'I took exam on aug 19 this was my fourth attempt I had all 130 question no math lot of sata I was confident am pass I did trick after exam its showed result on hold after 48 hour I did quick result I found out am failed is there have any hope still .....'

I already fill the application for reapply

Ofcourse there is always hope. You can do it😀

Damion Jenkins, MSN, RN

Specializes in NCLEX Prep Expert - 100% Pass Rate!. Has 11 years experience.

Firstly - YOU ARE NOT ALONE! More than 20% of new grads have a difficult time passing the NCLEX!

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