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Help! Need advice with NCLEX prep

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Hello!

I graduated in May with my BSN from a second degree program & I'm taking the NCLEX in a couple weeks. I studied hard in school & always had a 4.0. We had to take ATI prep courses and the ATI NCLEX predictor, which I scored high on (99% chance of passing on 1st attempt).

However.... I decided to sign up for the ncsbn three week prep course online. I was told their questions are very similar to the NCLEX. I have failed every single one of their tests so far!!!!! The questions seem very different from ATI and I don't understand some of their rationales.

Now I am so nervous that the ATI system is no good and my 99% chance to pass is bull-crap. The more ncsbn tests I take, the more anxious I get. Anyone know, or have an opinion on, how well either system prepares you/predicts your success?? Any advice is appreciated!!

Thanks!

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My ATI predictor was 99%. I took NCLEX 3 weeks after graduation with little studying. I passed in 75 questions. All of my classmates -- even those with low predictor scores -- passed NCLEX.

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Silverdragon102 has 32 years experience as a BSN and specializes in Medical and general practice now LTC.

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moved to the NCLEX forum

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