smokeburna 967 Views
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Congrats! good luck in your new career.
I think that it is all of them, maybe silverdragon will chime in.
Just relax and wait on the results, all of seems as if we don't know anything on the test and most of us pass.85%
I would think that depends on the person. If they think they are ready then go for it. I studied about a month and passed. I also just have finished school, and it was fresh on my mind. Good luck in whatever you decide to do.
You might want to try Suzane plan. I did not use it but, alot of people on here talk like it's the way to pass the NCLEX. I have also heard people say you need to give yourself a little break before trying to take it again, and study like you have never studied it before. Whatever you decide good luck in the future.
I used Sanders 4th edition and NCSBN online. I studied for 3 hours a day and took breaks in between.
Congrads! good luck with your new career.
This is a very good and supportive site, you will get all the help you need.
Try to relax, I have not seen many testers that think they passed it. I was in your shoes over the weekend. I tested on Friday, the computer gave me 205 questions. I freaked out until Sunday when my results appeared and said I had passed.
I agree with all the other post above. It just all depends on how you test.
no I did not use Suzane plan.
My scores was just the same as yours, I recieved my ATT on Thursday, scheduled the NCLEX on Friday( had 205 questions), due to Pearson vuenbeing booked up until the end of Febuary, and recieved quick results that I passed this morning. I Started using learning text and sanders on Dec. 23 when I completed all my school requirements. I hope this was a help.:spin:
I used the NCSBN website and sanders 4th edition.
I passed with 205? This have been the longest 2 days and nights of my life.
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