Hey, stop and take a deep breath!!!!!! First off you seem to have said you are a good test taker...THAT WILL HELP! The people that I know that did not pass the NCLEX the first time were admittantly bad testers to start with.
I went through nursing school with 2 kids and a husband that long hauled (drove a 18 wheeler cross country); so I didn't study as much or as well as I should have..but I went to a review course, studied my NCLEX books, answered the questions in the back, etc...Now the same week of my test I had to drive 6hrs round trip twice to pick my husband up b/c his truck broke down and then to take him back and my youngest at the time decided to stick a bubble gum ball down his year. The local doc couldn't do anything and I had to take him 40min away to a ENT doctor!! This made for a wild, hairy week....
Now, I sit out in my car getting ready to go take my test and tell myself..just do your best! Guess what; I answered 75 questions and the comp cut off...I almost fainted...I sit in my chair for about 5 min before I could move...afterwards I just kept telling myself that if I failed I deserved to if I missed that many out of 75! I PASSED!!!
Now I won't lie, the test isn't WAYYYY EASYYYY, but you know what, it's not that hard either (looking back!!!) It will test your basic knowledge needed to be a new nurse and nothing more. It even asks simple safety questions about home health inspections (avoid slip rugs, rails on steps, etc...) Now my NCLEX was mostly Psyche, but everyone's is different.
My best advice is the night before stop studying about 1-2 hours before you go to bed...drink a glass of wine, sit back and relax.
Good luck and let us know how you do!!!
And congrats ahead of time