waiting to take boards,anyone help me to prepare without going bonkers!!!!

  1. I am waiting to receive my graduation notice form school to see if I have passed KVAT and at this time I am trying to study for boards, so if anyone could help me I would be grateful for a new friend and email buddy!
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    About Angela LPN

    Joined: Dec '00; Posts: 2
    LPN student


  3. by   anneliese,RN
    I have an enitre site dedicated to helping students pass their NCLEX. Have a look. You will not be disappointed.<p>

    <a href=http://caring4you.net>http://caring4you.net</a> <p>

    God luck~
  4. by   AmyRN1227
    I tried accessing the web site and it said that it's version was not supported by this internet user or something like that. Can you please forward me information on how to get to your web site??
  5. by   iris
    amystudent...Try caring4you.net that should work. Good luck Angela with the boards, you'll do fine. I'm also an LPN. I found the Mosby and Sandra F. Smith Review for NCLEX very useful. I hope this helps.
  6. by   lorrie
    In regards to studying tips for the board exam. I took my boards to practice as an LPN about three years ago. I studied all day, all night and just about drove myself crazy. Then I took the exam, I took along one of my girlfriends from school to take hers as well. After the exam we both agreed no amount of studying could have prepared us for it. It is what you have learned throughout the entire 15 months of nursing school and there is no way you can study for that in a few weeks time. Take a deep breath, relax, and feel confident that you know your material and you should do well. The best of luck, this is a huge accomplishment just getting to this point. By the way try http://www.anrnurse.com this is a site specifically for helping to prepare for NCLEX exams.
  7. by   ShannonB25
    I just wanted to let you know that you are in my prayers as you prepare for boards. I wish you the very best of luck. I'm sure you'll do great! Please keep us posted as to the results.
    Best wishes,

    "The highest reward for man's toil is not what he gets for it, but what he becomes by it."-Johan Ruskin