JULY NCLEX-ers!!

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by jelly221,RN jelly221,RN Member Nurse

Specializes in Neurosciences, cardiac, critical care. Has 3 years experience.

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Pinkie0219

Pinkie0219

15 Posts

Good pop up for me. Pn nclex with 85 questions. I hope the trick is the real deal. Then I'm off to RN school!!!!

yayyyy!! Best Wishes to you!:yeah:

Bluern2022

Bluern2022

16 Posts

Thanks Pinkie, I couldnt sleep at all..now its 431 and I am up..LOL

Oh well just review some stuff..

Pinkie0219

Pinkie0219

15 Posts

Thanks Pinkie, I couldnt sleep at all..now its 431 and I am up..LOL

Oh well just review some stuff..

Hi ! Today is your big day! woot woot! It's okay, reviewing is good.. just not too much! you will be fine! really! take a nice deep breath. if you get stuck on a problem, don't just randomly guess. try your very very best to make the best guess. every question is an opportunity to take you to the passing side.

when you come in:

1. they will get you ATT letter! --don't forget to bring that with you

2. they will take pic of you, finger print, palm print, searched, throw your gum away, make you put away your stuff in a locker

3. ask for an ear plug if white noise or any noise will bother you

4. JUST BREATH

you will do great! I will be cheering for you! YOU CAN DO THIS!!!

geekynurseRN

geekynurseRN

Specializes in Labor & Delivery. Has 3 years experience. 56 Posts

I took the NCLEX yesterday and it shut off at 75. I did the trick and got the good pop-up, so hopefully I will have my license soon!

ReallyNow

ReallyNow

5 Posts

Took the NCLEX yesterday at 2:00 pm, walked out of there at 2:45, told myself I did not take long enough...it seemed like HALF my questions were select all that apply...at 75 the screen went blue! Left the testing site drove a mile down the road to a coffee shop with free wi-fi...did the pvt and got the good pop up.

I used ATI, only did the tests with rationales. I believe half the battle is understanding what the question is asking, after that all the answer's are before you! Now the next step, getting a job! I have a feeling that will be harder than NCLEX!

:eek::eek:

Bluern2022

Bluern2022

16 Posts

Took mine today shut off at 120 questions..felt not sure about it..got home got the good pop up..so now just waiting on my official results... 1 math question, 7 SATA...alot of priority questions..lots of meds especially insulin...Humalin N and Humalin R...thank to whoever gave the Nicole Richie RN mneumonic worked really well since it was put them in order...Now only if I could find a job..lol

Pinkie0219

Pinkie0219

15 Posts

Took mine today shut off at 120 questions..felt not sure about it..got home got the good pop up..so now just waiting on my official results... 1 math question, 7 SATA...alot of priority questions..lots of meds especially insulin...Humalin N and Humalin R...thank to whoever gave the Nicole Richie RN mneumonic worked really well since it was put them in order...Now only if I could find a job..lol

Rachael, the good pop up worked for me. I officially learned that I passed today. You did great! --Pinkie

lvloverRN

lvloverRN

101 Posts

what does the nicole richie rn mnemonic stands for? thank you!!

Bluern2022

Bluern2022

16 Posts

how you prepare insulin..

nicole=nph

richie=regular

r=reg

n=nph

when you do a search here for a staples nclex it comes to a post where someone post this incridiable review..its 35 pages filled with the most useful info out there..

this is it

25855834-nclex-study-guide.pdf...best thing ever..

hope this helps

toshie

toshie

32 Posts

thanks for posting. I will take my exam on Thursday. wish me good luck! congrats to those who passed!:yeah:

oleg10

oleg10

11 Posts

I took mine July,14 shut off at 139 and failed. today i receive letter from BON and all 8 areas near the standard passing.i have to study again.i want to pass in second time.

RansomS

RansomS

Specializes in GI,Pain Mgmt, Internal Med, OBGYN, PEDS. Has 5 years experience. 29 Posts

I'm thinking I should know this but what does SATA stand for? (beginning nursing student)