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  1. Hello everyone! I have a question regarding NCLEX review books. Since I will just be starting my first semester of nursing school this fall, I was wondering if there are any books, NCLEX or otherwise that is broken down by semesters in school I would like begin reviewing for this during and after each semester (in all my free time lol), but I don't want to get ahead of myself and get confused with material I haven't learned yet, but still want to know what my weaknesses are early on without just depending on my actual class exams. Any ideas?
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  3. by   Rena RN 2003
    all of my nclex books are broken down into med/surg, peds, ob, and psych. a couple of them have other sections related to prioritizing and safety. starting with nclex books can never be a bad idea.
  4. by   janleb
    I studied regularly using Saunders NCLEX. It really helps weed out the unimportant info. and allows you to focus on Nursing interventions. and Signs and symptoms of disease processes.
  5. by   Mkue
    I used Saunders regularly too, it does weed out all the extra wording.

    I also have Mosby's and Kaplan. I like the way Saunders is broken down.