Hi everybody,I took the nclex 3 months ago, I studied so hard for it that I just couldn't believe I failed it. I did 10K questions from NCSBN, Kaplan book(3x), PDS (3x), read Saunders (2x), Exam cram, etc; yeah I guess I got obsessed and I was studying 14-16 hrs daily with a toddler at home. Anyways, I cried so much and stayed in bed for weeks trying to figure out what went wrong. Well, the thing is that I decided to try again because that is the lesson I have to teach my daughter (never to give up and get up and try again as many times as you have to) but I'm not sure what to try this time, I'm debating between HURST and Kaplan program but since I got all the 265q I'm not sure if that means that I was lacking content knowledge or critical thinking, or both I called Kaplan and they reassure me that if I got 265q it is because I know content but I'm lacking strategy, is that true and always the case? what do you guys think or what has been your experience or what has worked for you after failing with 265q? There were some subjects on the test that I was not familiar with but I have heard that comment from a lot of people who have passed. I wish I could buy both of them but I'm unemployed and cant hardly get the money together for just one review.Thanks for your time and your answers.