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kmek30 has 8 years experience as a ASN, BSN, RN and specializes in Cardiac, Telemetry, Med/Surge/transplant.

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I don't have his books. Just the audios

@Lauraingalls where did you purchase the audios? I tried looking at Mark Klimek's website there is no audio review? I will be testing 2nd week of July. Thank you.

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tacticool has 3 years experience and specializes in BSN, RN-BC, NREMT, EMT-P, TCRN.

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I feel that ATI was what worked for me. I did use NCLEX Mastery but that was it. Don't over study.

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I just took mine last Thursday and passed in 75 questions, at least 50-60% SATA.

I studied all through nursing school with the Saunders online questions on Evolve that I got with the book.

It was helpful for your more basic knowledge.

I tried to do the NCSBN course, but did not find it helpful for my learning style. Pretty much look at outlines per subject, then take quizzes afterwords.

Also, used the Lippincott NCLEX review book and found that very helpful. I tried to do at least 100 questions a day after graduating school. Then, did about 200 a day for the week before taking the NCLEX.

I highly recommending just pumping out practice questions and focusing on higher level questions and SATA, as I can tell you, I had barely any of your basic content on my NCLEX. It was mainly like community teaching and prioritizing. Probably 20% was OB/Peds.

Best of luck!

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Cathbakerr specializes in Oncology.

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uworld hands down , it's so well rounded and the questions are actually harder than the NCLEX ( I thought so anyway). I just wrote my NCLEX a few days ago and it was actually easier than I expected because I used Uworld so much. 🙌🏻

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I take my NCLEX 7/11 & I have done over 500 Uworld questions. My rank isnt that high but I have been learning and increasing. Very good product and I have read so many success stories on this site about it. I am also doing hurst q reviews and I have increased using that as well.. I am super nervous and praying that I pass on 7/11.

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traumaRUs - Judy has 27 years experience as a MSN, APRN, CNS and specializes in Nephrology, Cardiology, ER, ICU.

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Sharing and providing pirated copywriter material is illegal and AN does not condone such practices.

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Sharing and providing pirated copywriter material is illegal and AN does not condone such practices.

I wasnt aware that they are copyrighted since in the audios he gives permission to record his classes.

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I think it is a great resource. This and Uworld are amazing. Klimek has increased my Uworld percentages to the high 60s low 70s.

Hi. Scouring the web for Mark Klimek audios. Where can I get them? I've taken the RN NCLEX twice (265 both times and barely missed,) got discouraged and have taken a year long break. I didn't put myself through nursing school, though, to just give up. I've done Kaplan online and Hurst online. They were helpful, I just wasn't ready to give them the time and attention. Anyway, Mark Klimek audios? Where do I find this elusive resource?

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