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I passed the NCLEX is that a garuntee for me to be a nurse?

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by LTmurse78 LTmurse78 (Member) Member

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I know its stupid but this is how my anxiety gets me. I passed the NCLEX is that a for sure thing that the state board is going to give me a liscence? I was under the impression that the NCLEX was reviewed twice once by the pearson Vue then by the state. I was able to look at my results through pearson vue "Quick results" because we are a quick results state, but is that 100% sure i will get my liscense. Thanks..:)

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congratulations...u will get your license in a couple of dayz...unless u cheated on the nclex or the board finds a past criminal history in your background......once again congrats nurse!!!!

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vegasmomma has 5 years experience as a BSN.

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Way to go! great job. What study guides did you use?

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JerseyBSN has 41 years experience.

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Congratulations!

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Way to go! great job. What study guides did you use?

Honestly I used the Hurst review but i cant say it was extremely helpful. knowing the core knowledge is helpful but that test is unique. you will see questions like you never have before. I had a question on what an ABG should look like for an 85 year old man and all the values were in someway messed up. Anyway, not trying to scare you but the best way to study is rely on gut feeling and understanding the basics so you can build off of that during the test. I have read on here somewhere that there is a blueprint to help study the nclex. sounded helpful give it a try but just trust yourself and what you know! good luck to you!

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vegasmomma has 5 years experience as a BSN.

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I tend to over analyze these type of questions..I ask myself are they assuming I do know this or I dont know that? this option could be true in this situation but false in another circumstance. sometimes I obsess over one word like "repair" do they mean remove and replace with new or do they mean correct components that are damaged? are there many questions with "choose all that apply"? I hate those.

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