I would just suggest that you get everything that you can out of your clinical experiences-good & bad!
You will NEVER leave any nursing program knowing/remembering everything that was taught to you, so don't try to
Learn to master you assessment skills-which you have plenty of time to do. Assessment is a HUGE part of practicing as well as a part of your NCLEX questions.
My biggest advice for passing NCLEX would be to start doing practice questions-NOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
I started exactly 1 year prior to taking my boards (I was determined).
I bought/checked out books from the library that included tons of NCLEX questions in content area questions that we were working on.
Kaplan test strategies is a must to have in order to help you dissect the questions. There are tons of other books as well that have been suggested on this site. ATI was VERY helpful!!!!!!!!!
Trust that MedTech has/will prepare you with the knowledge that is needed to pass NCLEX!!!
You just need to understand and recognize what NCLEX is asking. Practicing questions will definitely help!!!
I apologize for the late response, I don't tend to check daily....but I will try in order to help in any way that I can.
Congrats!!!! IT'S ALMOST OVER!!!!!!!