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by msmack msmack (Member) Member

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This is to all nurses that has passed the nclex. I graduated in 5/12 with honors. I have not taken my nclex yet due to a lot of things I was going through @ that time + fear. I have been doing Saunders here and there. I just started reviewing my ATI material. I just also received the "study guide". My ? to you all is, is this enough to study or do I need more?

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Silverdragon102 has 31 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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do not over think and use too many resources

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Has anyone passed by using Saunders, ATI, & "the guide"?

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Has anyone passed by using Saunders' date=' ATI, & "the guide"?[/quote']

I used exam cram & the study guide & I passed

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keepmovingrn has 14 years experience and specializes in PD,Nxstage,hemo.

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I used PDA (clarity), Saunders practice questions and the study guide.

Its better if you take the NCLEX ASAP after fisnishing school.

Best of luck to you!

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Hey I took my boards a year later and passed I basically reviewed a lot of nclex based questions maybe like 100 a day leading up to the test date I also reviewed the most common disorders and of course lab values ...... I also only used like two book for sources of info because to much can overwhelm u ... Good luck :)

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Ms. Mack Im in the same position as you, would you be interested in studying together?

Naomi

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Dubs2012 has 2 years experience.

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I scheduled to take my NCLEX in a week!!... So far I have reviewed the HURST lectures which are really easy to understand the content and now Im just doing questions on Kaplan...they are very hard but thats good so that you are able to critically think about things which is what the NCLEX will be all about!!.... IM just super scared AHHH!!!

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Dubs2012 has 2 years experience.

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Ms. Mack Im in the same position as you, would you be interested in studying together?

Naomi

Naomi, I need a study buddy =)

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I would like to suggest the Kaplan Nclex book for your particular test as its good for strategy and not that expensive less than $20 on amazon. Good Luck

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I used pda by lacharity, pearson book & cd( which for me was the besttttt) and ncsbn

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MAtoBSN has 17 years experience and specializes in Ortho/Spine, Telemetry, SNF/Rehab.

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The Kaplan nclex prep program is well worth every penny!

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