:uhoh21: Well gang the day is getting near and soon I will be taking the LPN boards. I am a nervous wreck I have been studying as much as I can and I felt a little bit of confidence until last night. I keep thinking o.k., did you study enough, too much, too little, you are a RN student challenging the LPN what if you pick answers only within a RN scope, wondering if I made the right decision to challenge these boards (will I lose my confidence when trying to take the RN boards if I don't pass these), what if you get questions on disease you haven't learned yet, are you knowledgeable enough to prioritize, delegate correctly etc. etc. I know everyone goes through this but I hate this feeling. I never felt like this during school (Know NCLEX is nothing like school exams). Everyone tells me I am going to do fine because I am an A student in school but I know my grades in school mean nothing when it comes to this test. I worry about meds because my school isn't that strong when it comes to those (feel comfortable with cardiac meds though), mental health (because this is being taught my last semester this fall) and just the whole dang test. Amist this whole panic I must say that I have learned alot by just doing questions and that is what I keep trying to tell the devil on one shoulder. Well sorry for the long post just needed to speak to others who have been there and I know most of you have. Thanks in advance for any words of encouragement.
God I dread the day when I have to go through this again with the RN boards.
"Can't wait til its over Dec 04 RN 2 be"