Flunkers Support Thread

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Hello everybody,

I just wanna start a thread or make a forum for those who are in the process of aiming their goals...which is to pass the nclex! we can beat this guys! At the same time, this will help those flunkers (like me!), to ease the pain of accepting and moving on and keep the ball rolling in terms of starting all over again in reviewing and reaching for our dreams, which is to be a registered nurse! Any words of wisdom and suppport is welcome. :)

Silverdragon102, BSN

Specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC. Has 34 years experience. 1 Article; 39,477 Posts

Moved to the NCLEX forum

LaMorLPN

LaMorLPN

Has 11 years experience. 57 Posts

A lot of people fail the first time! you fall off the horse get back on? What are you using to study?

pinksunflower

pinksunflower

192 Posts

A lot of people fail the first time! you fall off the horse get back on? What are you using to study?

now I decided to stick to one book.kaplan 2011-2012

LaMorLPN

LaMorLPN

Has 11 years experience. 57 Posts

I read kaplan cover to cover did the test in the book and the cd and failed. just so you know, I mean everyone is different but it didn't work for me

pinksunflower

pinksunflower

192 Posts

I read kaplan cover to cover did the test in the book and the cd and failed. just so you know, I mean everyone is different but it didn't work for me

i think its a matter of choosing ur own preference.depends. :) thanks anyway.so what are u using now?:idea:

LaMorLPN

LaMorLPN

Has 11 years experience. 57 Posts

i think its a matter of choosing ur own preference.depends. :) thanks anyway.so what are u using now?:idea:

I am doing ncsbn 5 week course and I just signed up for ready to pass. It was $499 I hope it's helps :)

pinksunflower

pinksunflower

192 Posts

I am doing ncsbn 5 week course and I just signed up for ready to pass. It was $499 I hope it's helps :)

RTP seems like a good option for a review center. So far, how was it? i have tried ncsbn too for 5 weeks before. Questions are good to practice.

xtianp

xtianp

9 Posts

I should be the president of this thread! :crying2:

I just returned from taking the PN this afternoon at 1PM and felt pretty good afterwards. I knew during the test that there were times I was completely lost but at times felt completely confident in my answers.

I decided to wait it out to get the results by mail (CA always takes forever) but gave in about 10 minutes ago and did the PVT.

FAIL again...for the third time. I'm at that point where I feel the need to reevaluate myself as a nurse and if this is really for me. Ugh...I don't know what I can do anymore to pass this test. I just feel so hopeless...

pinksunflower

pinksunflower

192 Posts

I should be the president of this thread! :crying2:

I just returned from taking the PN this afternoon at 1PM and felt pretty good afterwards. I knew during the test that there were times I was completely lost but at times felt completely confident in my answers.

I decided to wait it out to get the results by mail (CA always takes forever) but gave in about 10 minutes ago and did the PVT.

FAIL again...for the third time. I'm at that point where I feel the need to reevaluate myself as a nurse and if this is really for me. Ugh...I don't know what I can do anymore to pass this test. I just feel so hopeless...

I completely and understand how u feel right now!that's the reason why I made this thread in the first place.my one and only advice is don't give up! Just unwind and then when the momentum kicks in start right away!