Hurst Review

  1. Hi I'm going to take the NCLEX soon and I've been thinking of using this to study. Can someone tell me how the online review looks and feels like? Also how long would it take studying full time for 4-8 hours a day?
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    About sk123, RN

    Joined: Dec '15; Posts: 16; Likes: 2
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  3. by   Rose_Queen
    Welcome to AN! There is a forum here that is dedicated solely to NCLEX where you can find personal experiences with review options.
  4. by   tnbutterfly
    Moved to NCLEX forum for more response.
  5. by   sayers3
    I have HURST.

    It's OK. It's great for content. It also includes 6 exams.. which are helpful (I've taken 4 over the past 3 months; improvements on each exam).

    I wouldn't use it ALONE. I would suggest using UWorld, in addition, because HURST questions aren't exactly NCLEX-like questions.

    You can't go wrong w/ UWorld.
  6. by   sk123
    Thanks for the replies! Do you feel its worth the $300? Or is it better to just get one of those content books.
  7. by   Jaykalkyn, BSN, RN
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    Thanks for the replies! Do you feel its worth the $300? Or is it better to just get one of those content books.
    Do you have a job lined up yet? I ask because if you can get reimbursed for it, then I would say spend the $300. I just finished nursing school and we take Kaplan throughout the program and as a review course for NCLEX. I have heard that Hurst is good for content and that Kaplan is good for learning how to answer questions. I'm hoping the combination of the two prove successful. I also have a tentative RN job that will reimburse me for Hurst (I've already paid for Kaplan with my school tuition).

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