Going for number 6

  1. I just found out that I didn't pass my 5th attempt to NCLEX-RN
    i already got my ATT for my 6th attempt.
    Ive used to its entirety the Saunders book, delegation and priortization, kaplan book and classes.
    I am not a foreign language student.

    Can a nursing professional please give me advice to what I should do. I am too embarrassed to go back to my school. I called them after my 4th failure and never heard back from them so I dont want to call them again.

    I know nerves has a lot to do with it but I am looking for professional nursing advice.

    My head is held high so I do not need pity or words of encouragement.

    Thank you.
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  3. by   Silverdragon102
    Do not rush to resit your exam, I am sorry to hear you failed. Set a plan out for study that suits you, practice questions for a couple hours a day and make sure you understand what is being asked. Read the rationales
  4. by   caliotter3
    You need to study and learn the material. Perhaps instead of taking from one to three months this time, you should consider taking four months. Attend an in person review. You might find that it is worth the expense. Good luck.
  5. by   NYCgrl
    Thanks for the advice. I was looking into the ATI virtual nurse review.

    Do you have any suggestions for an in person review, not Kaplan