...Made Incredibly Easy - page 2

I bought "NCLEX-RN Questions & Answers Made Incredibly Easy" off of Ebay, and got it in the mail yesterday. My question is: Are the other NCLEX study books/CDs harder than this one? Granted I... Read More

  1. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Thanks for the advice!

    Quote from thatoneguy
    best advice for going into nursing as far as study things. IMO is get a good patho book. the first year try to get your physiology and pathology down. if you understand those you can work your way through almost any issue. form the expected effects of meds and there side effects to understanding a holistic point of view on disease process and the effects of those processes on various body systems and the signs and symptoms that result. trust me on this one get a good patho book, it will become you bible for the next few years. that and your med surg book.
  2. by   AuntieRN
    fun2care, I subscribe to both nursing made incredibly easy and nursing 2005. I was surprised how many articles pertained to what I was learning last semester and this semester. Of course our instructor this semester makes us read an article out of one of the magazines for just about every subject she goes over, but I guess my point it this...I find them very helpful...I also find my MOSBY's NCLEX extremely helpful in class. It is the 17th edition and I got it off of ebay. It has questions, rationale and some pathophysiology in it. I think it really helps me study for my unit exams as well. I have other NCLEX reviews as well but this one is my fave. GOOD LUCK to ya and when do you start your nursing classes?
  3. by   Fun2, RN, BSN
    Quote from vlsgrl
    GOOD LUCK to ya and when do you start your nursing classes?
    Thanks for your advice!

    HOPEFULLY, I'll start in January! The acceptance/denial letters are to be mailed by October 15th (see my signature below?) lol