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How are nclex ?s worded?

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I wanted to know how are NCLEX ?s worded? Are they similar to Saunders and Exam Cram or any other company that provides NCLEX questions to practice. I want some feedback from the ones that have already taken NCLEX. Thanks.

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Rose_Queen is a BSN, MSN, RN and specializes in OR, education.

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Well, it's been 10 years since I took NCLEX, but the questions in the study guides of that time were quite similar to the questions on the actual NCLEX. It wouldn't make sense for companies not to have questions similar to NCLEX in their study guides- practicing is how students learn to answer the real questions.

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Just recently took the exam and the questions are not worded like Saunders or Exam Cram. If you looking for something similar to how they word the questions on NCLEX I would suggest NCSBN and do the questions only. A lot of CRITICAL THINKING and APPLYING questions.

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Thank you for the feedback, I really appreciate it. I was doing Saunders but some of the questions seemed pretty easy to me.

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DJAYS has 5 years experience.

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For sure the NCSBN were the ones that are very close to what the nclex looks like to me too. I was so shock how much it look just like the test. A lot of review have l-o-n-g questions yet the nclex questions are short and to the point. But it does make great practice to do questions ..just ncsbn has the best one ..it only last for 3-5-8-16 weeks only. So make sure you are ready ..after your weeks you have to pay again ..good luck...also the nclex mastery has only fee $30..and it's your..and if you don't pass they will give you 4 times back..which is about $100 back and you can keep the app. for ever..

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I did not find the NCLEX similar to any review I have taken. Nor did my classmates. But people on here seem to believe the HESI correlates to NCLEX. Try Evolve.

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@ kidnurse07, how did you study for the test? What are some your study tips?

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let me try to find some material.

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let me try to find some material.

Thanks!!!

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