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I graduated in 2012, I was sal of my practical nursing program and thought I had the NCLEX in a bag until I took it in 2013 and failed!!!! I was so afraid to go back, its now 2015 and I'm finally going back at the end of the year to retake. I am a full time wife and mother and currently work in the lab full time. I currently have Saunders NCLEX PN 5th edition. I have Lippincotts NCLEX PN. I have exam cram that I bought from amazon. Some folks tell me do not go back to basics, just study as much questions as you can and review the rationales. Any suggestions would be great!!! I need to face this head on. I am determined to become a nurse.

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sirI, MSN, APRN, NP

Has 30 years experience. Specializes in Education, FP, LNC, Forensics, ED, OB.

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Thank u so much!í ½í¸Š

Good luck! I would do a good few weeks of intensive study prior to testing, Just passed my NCLEX and it was tough but I studied a ton. HUGS

i just got my results i failed as well but got NEAR passing in all the areas

OH SORRY TO HEAR! THE FIRST TIME I TOOK IT I ALSO RECIEVED NEAR PASSING IN ALL AREAS,, SO I WILL TRY TO STUDY EVERYTHING AND TRY MY BEST THIS TIME AROUND..WE'LL GET IT NEXT TIME:yes:

I definitely plan to! I started my saunders nclex pn 5th edition from the beginning.. It breaks down the systems..the rationales are great..i will then try to order a refresher program,,i heard hurst review is very good. Could u tell me what u studied, your regimen?? I appreciate it!

Always look for the first priority patient/problem in your mind when answering the questions. Don't worry about memorizing numbers on charts, you will be given that. Critical thinking is the key.

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