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I Finally Passed NCLEX After 6 years!

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I just wanted to come on to offer some encouragement! I graduated LVN nursing school back in 2014. My life back then was wild. I was not focused and was really immature. I took the NCLEX 5 times and failed all the times. I never really studied.

In 2019 I went to the Rachel Allen live 10 day class which was very helpful but I still didn't take the test right away. I finally scheduled the test for this month. I used UWorld religiously and made sure I did ALL of the questions! Even the day before my test I did some questions. I was scoring 40-45% on the sets of questions. I stayed consistent and prayed a whole lot. I passed NCLEX with all 130 questions! I left the center feeling unsure but was still confident that I did my very best. I did the PVT trick and got the good pop up!! I then did the quick result and saw those letters: PASS! 

Never give up!! 

Has anyone in CA recently passed NCLEX? How long did it take from passing to being able to request your license on breeze? 

Thanks for reading! 

 

 

Congratulations! :)

Where did you take your NCLEX through? I'm currently finding a state where I can take the exam after being out of school for about 5 years now. 

1 minute ago, Anastasha Valerie Walangitan said:

Congratulations! 🙂

Where did you take your NCLEX through? I'm currently finding a state where I can take the exam after being out of school for about 5 years now. 

Thank you! Im in California. 

OMG congrats.... I'm in the same situation . I graduated nursing school in 2014 and been struggling to pass NCLEX, I have taken it the same attempts as you. I always failing this test, I been using possibility anything and I don't really know what eles to do. Being out of school for so long explains it. Sometimes I just want to give up and think its impossible passing this NCLEX because of being out of school so long. any suggestions?

Thank you so much. Don't give up! You went to school and graduated so you have seen a lot of the things on NCLEX. I had to remind myself that I know this stuff. The answer is there, you just have to pick the right answer! 

UWorld is the best to do practice questions. I did it in tutor mode so I can read the rationales right after. 

Good luck to you!

On 9/19/2020 at 11:25 AM, sarapn said:

OMG congrats.... I'm in the same situation . I graduated nursing school in 2014 and been struggling to pass NCLEX, I have taken it the same attempts as you. I always failing this test, I been using possibility anything and I don't really know what eles to do. Being out of school for so long explains it. Sometimes I just want to give up and think its impossible passing this NCLEX because of being out of school so long. any suggestions?

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Hello

 Congratulations on passing! My story is similar, can you explain how did you study? Did you write down rationales? By systems?

please share

Hi there. All I did was make sure I did around 100-120 questions a day and read all rationales (right and wrong).I did not study by system or subject. I also made sure to do math questions / calculations after. I ended up not getting any calculation questions on NCLEX.

Ap1417

Has 1 years experience.

congratulations! I am also in the same situation I have given NCLEX 5 times and failed all. I have tried mark klimeck, UWorld, Hurst everything possible. It seems like I am wasting my time but giving last try hoping this time I will pass. please any kind of help will really appreciated.   

I took RN, but understand the main difference is the roles. 

Ap1417

Has 1 years experience.

took NCLEXRN

2 minutes ago, Futurenerze said:

I took RN, but understand the main difference is the roles. 

My time will be here soon and thanks 

3 minutes ago, Futurenerze said:

I took RN, but understand the main difference is the roles. 

My time will be here soon and thanks 

On 10/1/2020 at 4:10 PM, Lotus_lpn said:

Hi there. All I did was make sure I did around 100-120 questions a day and read all rationales (right and wrong).I did not study by system or subject. I also made sure to do math questions / calculations after. I ended up not getting any calculation questions on NCLEX.

My time will be here soon and thanks 

Congrats!! You are truly a trooper for not giving up! It's awesome that you were able to stay strong and not give up on your dream of becoming a RN!

Any suggestions on study materials for someone who can't afford UWorld?

Again, congrats & job well done!!! 

Thanks for the encouragement for that's taking on the challenge of the NCLEX!