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This question is for everybody. How long were you a nurse before you started to charge?
Good luck to you! From personal experience, I can only imagine how you are feeling right now, because I remember how I felt. Keep your head up! Let us know how things turn out!
I used the Saunder's Review Book, edition 5. Out of all the review books I looked at, I think overall it was the best choice. Since it has been 5 years since you graduated, I would suggest taking the Kaplan Review Course. It will better prepare you in answering NCLEX type of questions. Good luck to you!
I took the Kaplan review and it helped me pass the NCLEX. They teach you how to better eliminate answer choices, especially the distracters. Overall, it mainly helped reduce my anxiety about taking the NCLEX, because it made me feel more comfortable going in. Of course you need to study and know your stuff, but in my opinion, passing the NCLEX also includes being a good test taker. That is why the course helped me. I also used the Saunder's NCLEX review book, which seems to be the best one out of all of them and from what I've read, others think the same. Good luck to you. Let us know how you do!
Thank you guys for your response. I was told before that I should wait at least six months before I take it. Just wanted to know what other people thought. Thanks!
Good luck! I wish you the best. Keep us posted!
Hello everyone. I am just curious about something. I graduated from nursing school in May. I have been working in a CVICU since September. I oriented for about 2 1/2 months and have been on my own for about the same amount of time. When is a good time to take ACLS? I feel like I should be taking it now. Thanks for you input in advance.
Admit. Life flight. Intubate. Aortic duodenal fistula. OR. Open abdomen. No lower extremity pulses. TAAA. No BM. Milk of Molasses. Renal failure.
My husband is a Systems Analyst.
I remember reading an article that UTMB in Galveston was either considering to have one or are having one. Not sure, but would check it out.Hope this helps!
Thank you so much!!!
Hello! I graduated in April 2004 with a BSN. I now will be working in CVICU, finally!!! Hello to all!
I have been logged on to this website for over a month. I have been reading all the positive feedback to people that have taken and/or are taking the NCLEX. I failed my first try and now as of August 26th, I found out that I passed the second time around. The positive statements made to other people has helped me get through the difficult time. Now...I feel free!!!
Just wanted to say hi. I have been logged on to this website for over a month and now I am making my first post!
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