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NCLEX 4000 difficulty level ?

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Been doing 75-90 Q's a day on content etc been scoring 80-85%. The questions seem almost too easy at times though..

IS there any other free downloadable practice questions, with a higher difficulty level?

Someone posted a kaplan download but i couldnt get it to work on my laptop with vista...

Been doing 75-90 Q's a day on content etc been scoring 80-85%. The questions seem almost too easy at times though..

IS there any other free downloadable practice questions, with a higher difficulty level?

Someone posted a kaplan download but i couldnt get it to work on my laptop with vista...

Hi Blinky,

If you mean Kaplan q trainers here is the link http://www.slideshare.net/thinkrn/kaplan-nclex-sample-exam-6

but if you meant Q Bank I do not have info for that. I would love to see the link for that as well.

Ya someone posted that site link before, I was wondering of the difficulty of NCLEX 4000 compared to Kaplan if anyone can comment as NCLEX 4k seem very easy...

ya ive been getting 86-90%'s on the NCLEX 4k with 90-100 questions on "client needs" and "nursing topics"

they just seem to easy like "content level" according to NCLEX

When I was preparing for NCLEX, I used Kaplan and the nclex 4000. Kaplan was a lot harder than the actual nclex-rn exam, to me it was acutally a lot similar to the 4000. i was glad i used the 4000 because some questions were very similar. also the sata from 4000 reallly help for the exam.,

just a recommedation: do all the nclex4000 questions, and read the rationales.

nclex is not hard, its straightforward. its 50% nerves 50% content.

good luck!

HI EVERYONE -

I though I had saved the link for NCLEX 4000, but I can't find it. :cry: Can someone please post the link again. Thank you in advance.

>>>>NEVER MIND Ya'll I FOUND IT

Edited by mommyof2Tees
Found it

Hi,

I took NCLEX the first time and failed :( all I did was Kaplan questions (Trainer & Qbank questions). I thought NCLEX questions were nothing really like Kaplan.

I came across NCLEX 4000 are they worth doing?