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Hi everyone, Thanks Heather for responding to my message re: NCLEX related anxiety. I hope more of you out there can give me advice. I work full-time in pharmaceutical sales and having a tough... Read More

  1. by   ERDIVA2B
    I passed my boards last month and I barely studied too! ijust did Kaplan cd-roms, read the book, easy reading gets you in the nclex mind set, and the spring house NCLEX review made incredibly easy and passedwith the minimum! you have the base knowledge, think abcs, maslow, safety, therapeutic communication, some psych, i had no math, one drug question and lots of assessments 1, s2, jvd, geriatric abgs? weird one, know values of basic labs, and abgs, know developmental stages, play, eriksons, you will do fine!
  2. by   Agnus
    Originally posted by fit4lifenurse
    I think my situation is quite different from you guys coz most of you are recent college graduates who took the boards within 3-6 months. That's far from my case coz I went to pharmaceuticals after getting BSN. So I feel like I need to refresh a lot. I agree that "it's either you know it or you don't", that's why I need to increase my knowledge content so I will know more.

    I've been studying at least 2 hrs. a day and now moving to Health and Promotion parts. I've Kaplan and Saunders Comprehensive review books with Cd-roms. Do I need more?

    Thanks and appreciate your help. Happy Tuesday!

    One conprehensive review book is enough. Have you tested yourself using the review books or CD. How did you do? Is there an area where you scored below 85%? If so this is what you study. The as Soon as you get at least 85 in every area that is covered on the exam then go for it. You will go fine.
  3. by   Momto3RN
    I, too, reviewed very little except for a quick look through an NCLEX book which stressed using the Nursing Process to answer all questions. THat made ALL the difference since usually all the answers could be correct but going in order of the ADPIE, I seemed to make correct choices.

    Lucky me, I got 230 questions. and still passed!!!

    You'll do great!