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by madea1978 madea1978 (New Member) New Member

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Hello everyone!

I just wanted to know everyone's views on attending the Kaplan Review Classes for NCLEX Prep. Being that I had been out of nursing school a whole year after graduating with my ADN, I figured it would be a great idea to attend Kaplan for review and refresher. However, they don't teach you the content, they just mainly focus on teaching you how to answer questions. But my question is this...what do you do when you encounter a subject that you have no clue as to what it's talking about?!?! :no: I'm totally freaking out right now...I take boards on Thursday...for the third time might I add and I'm so nervous! I really want this to be my last time taking it. Any advice as to what to do?!?! I also have the HURST Review for content as well and I'm doing a bunch of questions a day to keep myself encouraged.

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Is kind of late to do kaplan since your exam is Thursday. I would just keep doing questions and brush up on things that you missed from those questions. Good luck!!!

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I've already attended Kaplan. I'm just curious as to any last minute things to review.

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I already have the HURST videos

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I would say make sure you know your labs, Maslow's , psychosocial stuff, and anything that really needs memorization. Two more days and the torture will be over. You sound ready. Be confident. Good luck

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Have you watched the Hurst review videos? They are really good. How many questions are you doing a day?

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